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Albany and Regional Volunteer Services sundowner welcomes new staff and celebrates volunteers

Josiah McMeekinAlbany Advertiser
Jen Bane and Sarah Udecz.
Camera IconJen Bane and Sarah Udecz. Credit: Nev Clarke

Members of community and volunteer support groups attended the Albany and Regional Volunteer Services sundowner on Thursday to welcome new manager Sarah Udecz to the team.

Over a delicious spread, ARVS chairperson Sue Dawes welcomed Ms Udecz, who joined the team in January.

ACCI chief executive Kristen Pyrz-Brown also gave a speech, championing the role volunteers play in Albany’s community and around the world.

The sundowner saw the official launch of ARVS’s re-brand with a new logo, fresh colours and a move into a bigger office space.

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The organisation hopes to expand into the Great Southern, extending the help they can provide vulnerable communities.

Rosie Williamson and Tony King.
Camera IconRosie Williamson and Tony King. Credit: Nev Clarke
Carol Thomas, Erica Pegler and Don Titterton.
Camera IconCarol Thomas, Erica Pegler and Don Titterton. Credit: Nev Clarke
Rick Wilson, Greg Stocks, Sue Dawes and Tracy Sleeman.
Camera IconRick Wilson, Greg Stocks, Sue Dawes and Tracy Sleeman. Credit: Nev Clarke
Thelma Symons and Helen Parry.
Camera IconThelma Symons and Helen Parry. Credit: Nev Clarke
Sarah Udecz and Kristen Pyrz-Brown.
Camera IconSarah Udecz and Kristen Pyrz-Brown. Credit: Nev Clarke
Carol Thomas, Erica Pegeler and Merve Pegler.
Camera IconCarol Thomas, Erica Pegeler and Merve Pegler. Credit: Nev Clarke
Catherine Johnston and Jamie Mawer.
Camera IconCatherine Johnston and Jamie Mawer. Credit: Nev Clarke
Tracy Sleeman and Dianne Van Clarke.
Camera IconTracy Sleeman and Dianne Van Clarke. Credit: Nev Clarke
Anne Dunlop, Lynley Harrison and Alice Ackley.
Camera IconAnne Dunlop, Lynley Harrison and Alice Ackley. Credit: Nev Clarke
Jennifer Hunt and Don Titterton.
Camera IconJennifer Hunt and Don Titterton. Credit: Nev Clarke

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