DONNYBROOK SES volunteer Luke Hollis has been nominated as a 2012 State Emergency Service Awards finalist in the Youth Achievement Awards.
Mr Hollis is one of nine volunteers nominated for three different awards.
FESA chief operations officer Lloyd Bailey said the finalists had each made an outstanding contribution to their area and it was wonderful to see them recognised for their valuable work.
“It was not an easy task to select only nine finalists from the outstanding nominations received,” Mr Bailey said.
“These awards give us the opportunity to acknowledge volunteers have done exceptional work in their own time for the emergency services.”
This year almost 2000 SES volunteers have given their personal time and efforts to respond to more than 700 incidents across Western Australia.
“Their efforts are extraordinary and I offer my congratulations, not only to the award finalists, but to every SES volunteer across the state,” Mr Bailey said.
The Youth Achievement Award recognises volunteers aged 16 to 25 years who have made a valuable contribution to their unit. The awards will be presented at a formal ceremony in November.
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