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NSW Governor pays a visit to Yumaro in Moruya

His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Ret'd) Governor of New South Wales and Mrs Linda Hurley visited Yumaro in Moruya this morning and there were smiles all round. Yumao CEO, Mark Brantingham, gave the Governor a tour and explained to His Excellency what plans Yumaro has for the future especially with our NEW Housing Project. "The whole of Yumaro was buzzing with excitement as we awaited the arrival of the Vice Regal Couple this morning!" said Mark Brantingham "It was an absolute honour to host His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Ret'd), Governor of New South Wales and his wife Mrs Hurley. "All Yumaro employees took great delight in discussing their work and giving demonstrations of their skills and knowledge. His Excellency commented on how impressed he was with the dedication and pride he saw in the employees and Mrs Hurley was so touched by the warmth and good work that everyone was doing, she even led everyone in a song at the end of the visit! "It was great to be able to give the Vice Regal Couple an overview of what Yumaro are doing and where we are heading as an organisation to meet the needs of people with a disability in our community. They were both very impressed to see images of the commencement of construction of our new housing complex for people with a disability in Moruya. "Tomorrow (Friday) we are hosting the NSW Disability Minister Ray Williams who will be viewing our housing complex and taking a tour of Yumaro services for people with a disability – another exciting day"

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