RFS Photo Competition

27 Apr 2014 1:35 PM | Anonymous member

What do NSW Rural Fire Service volunteers mean for your community? The NSW RFS and Ausgrid are pleased to announce a community photo competition which aims to visually showcase the work of our volunteers.

The competition theme is “NSW RFS Volunteers – part of our community”.

Your picture could show volunteers fighting fires, like this photo of the Howes Swamp Fire at Putty Road, taken by Ku-ring-gai brigade member Anthony Macvean last October. It could be an image of crews conducting community education sessions or taking part in other local events.

There are three categories – NSW RFS Members, Community and People’s Choice Award, with prizes for each provided by Ausgrid.

The winners of the NSW RFS Members and Community awards will be announced during National Volunteer Week, starting 12 May. Other short listed entries will be featured on the NSW RFS Facebook page.

Photos should feature at least one NSW RFS volunteer.

Entries close 12 May, 2014.

Full details about the competition and prizes are available on the NSW RFS website.


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