Community hero recognised

Published: 26 November 2020, Updated: 26 November 2020

Aaron Shandley from Eight Mile Community, east of Fitzroy Crossing, was recently recognised for his longstanding volunteer work in keeping WA beautiful.

Our team met with Aaron to personally thank his efforts in going above and beyond to keep the roadside litter-free, which is something he has been doing for a number of years.

Thank you Aaron and Phillip Hams from Gogo Station who took the time to bring this community hero to our attention.

It does not stop with Aaron. See how you can get involved on the Keep Australia Beautiful website.

Together we all have the power to Keep Australia Beautiful.

 

Kimberley Regional Manager Gerry presenting Aaron with a Certificate of Recognition.
Image: Kimberley Regional Manager Gerry presenting Aaron with a Certificate of Recognition.
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