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Vollie News 11 December 2007 Page 7 Some of Alice Springs Cadet Division members getting together one last time in 2007. To those not returning next year for whatever reason we wish you well for the future wherever you may be. Those returning in 2008 will have Paul Maybank as Acting OIC until a new Superintendent is found and appointed, while Juniors will be return with Rebecca still at the helm. Barbara finishes as Superintendent on Christmas Eve and will spend the remainder of her time updating files and completing reports and returns ready for hand over to Paul. Both Barbara and I would like to thank the Cadets, Juniors and parents of both Alice Springs and Tennant Creek Cadet Divisions for the support given to us over the years and we wish all those continuing all the very best wishes for next year and beyond. Please dont be strangers we would love to keep in touch to know how youre all doing. Special Thanks go to Gwyn in the Volley Office for her untiring efforts and support, also Heather Cornford in the Alice Springs Centre for her support with uniform issues, training resources etc and to the EMDs & Paramedics that have supported us throughout our time with Volleys. Thank You & Farewell, Ian & Barbara

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