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The Ti­tahi Bay Vol­un­teer Fire Brigade needs three to four new mem­bers to act in the non-op­er­a­tional po­si­tion of com­mu­nity en­gage­ment of­fi­cer. Chief fire of­fi­cer Tony Leighton said they would be pri­mar­ily in­volved in pre­sent­ing com­mu­nity events re­lated to fire safety, ed­u­ca­tion and pro­file-rais­ing and with com­mu­ni­ca­tions and wel­fare co-or­di­na­tion dur­ing large-scale emer­gen­cies. The broad role would suit any­one, from re­cent re­tirees to mid-20 year-olds who wish to give back to their com­mu­nity, he says. A com­mit­ment of about two-to-three hours a week is an­tic­i­pated, with fort­nightly meet­ings held on Wed­nes­day evenings. Con­tact Mr Leighton, Ti­tahi Bay Vol­un­teer Fire Brigade, 5 Te Pene Ave, Ti­tahi Bay. Phone 027 777 0113 or 027 646 7895

Lo­cal star: Bill Neate was hon­oured on the week­end for his 25 years’ ser­vice to Ti­tahi Bay Vol­un­teer Fire Brigade.

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