New safety grab bags - a team effort

Published 25 Nov 2013 
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Julia sewing on patches in the office<br/> Julia sewing on patches in the office
New Safety Grab Bags in use at Boolcoomatta survival training<br/> New Safety Grab Bags in use at Boolcoomatta survival training

You may have noticed that we have great looking new Safety Grab Bags making their way around the country, thanks to the final touches being added by volunteers Julia Maurus and Dawn Kanost.

Bush Heritage's first ever sewing volunteers have been popping into the office over the last two weeks to sew on the reflective patch so that the bags can be easily identified. What a great way to connect Melbourne volunteers with the work of our remote staff and volunteers.

We've still got a few to go, if you are in the office and see either Julia or Dawn, be sure to say hi!

Julia sewing on patches in the office<br/> Julia sewing on patches in the office
New Safety Grab Bags in use at Boolcoomatta survival training<br/> New Safety Grab Bags in use at Boolcoomatta survival training