Lions hand over Defibrillator to Narembeen Police

Published: Wednesday, 6 February 2019 at 3:54:56 PM

On Wednesday 23rd January 2019 over 20 representatives from the Narembeen Lions Club, WA Police, St John Ambulance, Shire of Narembeen and Rosemary Smoker of Dorcas Clothing gathered at the Narembeen Volunteer Emergency Services facility to share a morning tea and officially hand over a Defibrillator to the Narembeen Police.

Narembeen Lions President Greg Rutherford said “The Narembeen Lions Club are very proud to have been involved in initiating the Defibrillator Project which has seen the community come together to support a very important piece of equipment for our town. Whilst we hope that the Defibrillator is never used, it is now available when our first responders, the Police may need it.”

“The Narembeen Police are delighted to have accepted the generous donation by the community of the Defibrillator and it was pleasing to have had our Eastern Wheatbelt District Inspector Gordon Fairman  and other district Police representatives here for the handover.” said Sergeant Richie Conkling of the Narembeen Police.

The purchase of the Defibrillator was made possible through generous funding from Rosemary Smoker of Dorcas Clothing, the Australian Lions Foundation, Narembeen Lions Club with support from the Narembeen St John Ambulance.

Shire President Cr Rhonda Cole said “Everyone involved in the purchase of the Defibrillator should be congratulated, this is a wonderful example of  the Narembeen community working well together, well done everyone”

Media Enquiries: Chris Jackson, Shire of Narembeen T: 9064 7308.


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