Celebrating Volunteer Week

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Published: 21 May 2020

What does it mean to participate in the Woollahra Libraries volunteer program?

Volunteering with a local group or organisation can be a great way to connect with your community and make a real difference.

A selection of volunteers from across all nine roles of the Woollahra Libraries volunteer program were recently interviewed by Duke of Edinburgh volunteers. Each provided interesting insights to the work they perform within their volunteer roles and what it means to them. We celebrate all that they contribute to Woollahra Libraries.

Introduction by Bevalee Samolis-Small, Volunteer Supervisor

Interview with Trish Honeyfield, Longest standing volunteer

Interview with Duke of Edinburgh volunteers

Interview with Rosemary, IT Assistant

Interview with Peter, General Library Service and Slide Monitor

Interview with Judith, Home Library Service and General Library Service

Interview with Jan, Justice of the Peace

Interview with Colleen, Book Club Facilitator

Interview with Alon, IT Assistant

Council is still receiving applications for new volunteers for future activities. Complete the Volunteer Application Form to register your interest. Once we receive your form, we will contact you.

For further information on volunteering, please read our Volunteer Policy or email jobs@woollahra.nsw.gov.au

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