stjohnvic | 21 Nov 2017
Local Hume resident Glen Wilson was awarded for his outstanding efforts to community safety through First Aid services with St John Ambulance Victoria. Read more in this article in the Hume Leader.
When youth member, Zoe King’s sister suffered from an epileptic seizure, she was unsure how to respond. The shock event prompted her to pursue a volunteer career with St John Ambulance Victoria and has positioned her as a pristine member of the Hume community. Zoe received the Grand Prior Award as an accolade to her […]
Mansfield Clay Target Club will receive a Defibrillator from St John Ambulance Victoria and the State Government as part of the Defibrillators for Sporting Clubs and Facilities Program. In addition to St John Ambulance Victoria is offering general First Aid training and insight on how to use a Defibrillator at the venue to community members. […]
Marie Parker has been volunteering for St John Ambulance Victoria for the past 22 years. As an accolade for her honourable contribution to the prosperity of the community she was honoured by the Victorian Governor General Linda Dessau. See more in this article from the Moonee Valley Leader.
With the final round of the Defibrillators for Sporting Clubs and Facilities Program opening sports clubs across the state are urged to apply for the life-saving devices. Read more in this article from the Whittlesea Review.
Jack Boessler was celebrated for his unwavering devotion to strengthening community resilience through the provision of First Aid with St John Ambulance Victoria. The Caufield Glen Eira Leader recognised Jack’s contribution to the community in this article.
Local Burwoood youth, Patrick O’Connell, makes his community proud after being awarded the 1000 Hours Certificate for his First Aid service with St John Ambulance Victoria. The Whitehorse Leader celebrated Patrick’s award and commitment to his community in this article.
Local brothers, commemorated for their volunteer work with St John Ambulance Victoria Oliver, 16, and Bradley Singe, 14, received the Grand Prior Award as an accolade for their admirable commitment to St John Ambulance Victoria over the past few years. Read more on the Maryborough Advertiser. Oliver (left) and Bradley Singe (right).