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Events Update March 2022

07 March 2022

The last couple of years have taught us (among other things) that plans can change at a moment’s notice. With that in mind we can’t lock anything in with 100% certainty, but we’re doing our best to bring you as exciting a 2022 as COVID regulations will allow! Click through for all the details.

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Hatching A Fresh Start

01 June 2020
Congratulations to Police Legatee Eline Veitch-Eddy, who cracked our Legatee Easter Egg guessing challenge wide open! Eline was awarded a $50 voucher for her troubles, and we were delighted to add a little cheer to a socially-isolated Easter.
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Fresco Creative

06 April 2020
For the past several years, NSW Police Legacy have worked closely with Fresco Creative as their main graphic design agency.
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Life Member Paul Martin

19 February 2020
At the end of last year we had the privilege of adding Chief Inspector Paul Martin’s name to our Honour Roll, and conferring upon him Life Membership of NSW Police Legacy. Paul served for 13 years on our Board (2006-19), working diligently and with determination to improve conditions and services for our Police Legatees.
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From the Chair: February 2020

18 February 2020
2020 is in full swing and our team is back working hard planning and organising another big year full of fundraising and family events to support our Police Legacy family. We have some changes in our team, with Leisa Doherty taking up the role of Community Support Manager, and we are actively recruiting a new Community Support Officer. Leisa’s role in 2020 will be coordinating all our support services for our legatees, with a further focus on developing services for our young legatees.
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Kids' Adventure Camp: January 2020

17 February 2020
Would we? Wouldn’t we? The Adventure Camp started out even more adventurously than usual, thanks to the very real threat of bushfires. After extensive contingency planning we decided to go ahead. On the first day, however, we received the “abort South Coast travel” call, and headed instead for the Richmond Leadership College – our Plan B.
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