Emer­gency ser­vice cadet corps at­tracts recog­ni­tion

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The Tom Price Emer­gency Ser­vices Cadet Corps has yet again been recog­nised as a fi­nal­ist in more awards for its ded­i­cated ser­vice to the Tom Price and Parabur­doo com­mu­ni­ties.

The unit was a semi­fi­nal­ist in the Prime Su­per com­mu­nity group of the year as part of the WA re­gional and com­mu­nity achieve­ment awards.

Ear­lier in the year, it ranked highly as a semi­fi­nal­ist for the RAC West Aus­tralian Com­mu­nity Vol­un­teer Or­gan­i­sa­tion of the Year, which aims to ac­knowl­edge vol­un­teers who have made an out­stand­ing con­tri­bu­tion and have pos­i­tively im­pacted the lives of oth­ers and their com­mu­nity.

Tom Price cadet corps leader Ni­cole Kelly said the group had shown ex­cel­lent lead­er­ship and sup­port of oth­ers.

“The cadet unit re­lies heav­ily on in­struc­tors from Tom Price Se­nior High School,” she shared.

Ms Kelly said the group had demon­strated in­no­va­tive ways to achieve be­yond of what was ex­pected of them.

The cadet corps is backed by miner Rio Tinto, which the team thanked for its sup­port.

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