BMRSG volunteers starred on Blue Mountains Radio 89.1 every Tuesdays in August between 10 and 11 (our segment started at 10.30).
Noeline Nagle was the first person to star, talking about the cricket team and what is happening for refugees in lockdown, the next week Grant Medaris will be talking about helping people get jobs then Judy Reynolds about letter writing and Guy Power about the student video competition followed by Robert Foster about Phones and last but not least Jackie and Sue about the Youth Shoebox project
It should be fun!
Giving Back Competition; Great Prize
Enter the slogan competition and inspire positive change for refugees! Slogans must be no more than 10 words and aim to encourage positive change for refugees.
Enter your slogan in the Leave a Reply comments box below this post.
Make sure you put in a contact number so you have a chance to win a cut, colour and treatment for men or women worth up to $200 from BMRSG supporter Amy Hairdressing, Blackheath [email protected]
We will use the best slogans at our demonstrations and on social mediia.
Entries will now close on Sunday 31 October 2021 at 5 pm . The judge’s decision is final. No correspondence will be entered into.