Blue Mountains News
Central Blue Mountains Rotary and Council supports Aged and Disability Services in the Blue Mountains
The Rotary Club delivered 100 face masks to Council this month, to assist during COVID-19.
Mayor Mark Greenhill said it was fantastic to see such generosity and care extended to community services, who continue to provide essential services to members of our community during the pandemic.
“Council will deliver these face masks to community services in the Blue Mountains that need them the most,” Cr Greenhill said.
“These Aged and Disability Services are providing much-needed support, such as personal care and cleaning, to vulnerable people in our community during this difficult time.”
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