As the region faces a health crisis it's important to remember the people who came to our rescue earlier in the year.
A brutal bushfire, before the COVID-19 pandemic, ravaged through the district and the Rural Fire Service volunteers came to our rescue.
The RFS battled the bushfires with support from many other agencies, including Fire and Rescue NSW, State Forest representatives, the SES and many others.
The Tabourie Lake Ratepayers and Residents Association is one group that likes to thank and acknowledge what the RFS volunteers did during the bushfire crisis.
The association recently hosted a community gathering to thank the Tabourie Rural Fire Service crew for their amazing efforts during the Currowan Bushfire crisis.
Over 160 people came to thank the Rural Fire Service volunteers for their efforts during the bushfire crisis.
The association, at the barbecue, raised funds for the Tabourie RFS brigade.
The official cheque presentation was made recently and the $1047 was warmly received by Tabourie RFS Captain Di Heggie.
The funds will be used to buy wet weather gear and upgrade some helmets.