Commendation for CFK Committee Member Nick Patterson

 

It is with great honour that we recognise the actions of one of our committee members, SC1C Nick Patterson.  Nick was recently recognised for his actions on Boxing Day in 2017, where he saved a woman’s life at the Millicent swimming lake.

 

In Nick’s own words he ‘hoped that it would have just slid by’ which gives you an idea of how humble and self-effacing he is.  We could go on and on about Nick and the work he does, but we don’t want to seem biased so we’ll leave that to Mount Gambier MP Troy Bell who recognised Nick’s efforts and community involvement in a speech now recorded in Parliamentary Hansard.

 

Congratulations Nick, and no we don’t think it ‘slid by’.

 

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End of Financial Year – Update your Contact Details

We are now nearing the end of the 2017/2018 financial year and it will soon be time to distribute tax receipts. As with the past few years, electronic PDF tax receipts will be issued to members via their nominated email address.

If you have recently moved on from SAPOL or are on extended leave you can update your contact details by sending us an email at [email protected] or using the Contact Us Page on this website.

Tax receipts will be issued in early July 2018.

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SPELD donation update.

Following Cops for kids last donation to SPELD we are very happy to have been updated on how the money is being used.  SPELD advance the education and general welfare of individuals with specific learning difficulties, such as dyslexia, through the provision of quality information and professional services to individuals, families, schools and other organisations.  SPELD have used the cops for kids donation most recently to purchase a stock of books to this end that will be distributed to libraries for public use.

Check out the SPELD Facebook page for more info and the acknowledgement of CFK.

“Thanks to a generous donation from Cops for Kids to SPELD SA, they will soon be available for South Australians through our OneCard libray network scheme.”

SPELD SA Facebook page

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