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  • Kioloa Marine Rescue medal presentation
  • December 23, 2014

PHOTO: SEASIDE CEREMONY: Kioloa Marine Rescue members Peter Holmes, Elsie Collins and Wido Melis with their colleagues from the Kioloa and Ulladulla units.

Three Kioloa Marine Rescue volunteers were recognised for their long service on Monday afternoon.

Aged 83, Elsie Collins is still an active member after joining the rescue organisation on May 29, 1990.

Mrs Collins was presented with the National Medal and clasp for 25 years service to the volunteer organisations.

Peter Holmes, a member of the Kioloa unit living at Burrill Lake, said it was a “great honour and a pleasure” to be presented with the National Medal for 15 years service.

Wilfridus (Wido) Melis was presented with the clasp to the National Medal for an additional 10 years service.

His National Medal was awarded for 20 years service in the Australian Army Reserve.

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