Aunty Wendy Retires After 23 Years Of Service
Aunty Wendy Brown retires from Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community Council (WBACC) after 23 years of service. For many years Aunty Wendy has performed the function of Community Liaison Officer between the National Parks and Wildlife Service and the WBACC whilst also taking great pride in arranging WBACC’s NADIOC week and kids Christmas parties.
At her farewell luncheon, Aunty Wendy reflected on how Elders of the past and her strong commitment to culture had given her strength and influenced her career.
Regional Development Australia Far South Coast wish Aunty Wendy Brown all the best in the future and congratulate her on her outstanding service to the community.
WBACC CEO, Anne-Marie Farrugia, farewells Aunty Wendy Brown
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