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18 July, 2021

Computer donated to local SES

THE Inner Wheel Club of FNQ Tablelands recently presented the Malanda SES with a computer to replace an ageing one, ensuring a continued quick and responsive disaster relief team.


Atherton SES Local Controller John Whyte, Malanda SES Leading Field Officer Colleen James and Malanda SES Group Leader Craig Duffield Group Leader with Inner Wheel Club of FNQ Tablelands President Julie Brzozowski.

THE Inner Wheel Club of FNQ Tablelands recently presented the Malanda SES with a computer to replace an ageing one, ensuring a continued quick and responsive disaster relief team. 

The Malanda SES were in dire need of a new computer in order to keep up with the latest information and setting up Zoom meetings. 

The SES provides the community with a valuable service in times of emergencies and disasters including cyclones, landslides, floods and others. 

They are constantly seeking volunteers who would be interested in helping with not only search and rescue, but other areas such as flying drones or helping co-ordinate teams in the command centre.


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