These girls put on happy faces for the party; from front to back are Maddison the cat, Ellanor the parrot, Gracye the black and white dog with Keira the brown dog.
Happy winners in the kids' raffle were Holly, Fleur and William.
Bruce Smith is very proud of his selfie- t-shirt that shows him with his 1942 ex-army Chev vy Blitz truck that belongs to the Moruya Rural Fire service.
Rural Fire Service Association, the arm of the RFS that provides welfare and fundraising for the RFS, held a family day for RFS volunteers. Pictured are from left, Michael Neyland from Adelong , Tim Arnott president of RFSA from Albury, Vern Dunning Divisional delegate from Cooma's RFS, Marcia Le brusque of Grafton, Director of RFSA, Manager of Counselling and Support Unit RFS Paul Scott from Sydney, CEO of RFSA Bernard Cox from Penrith, and Melissa Humphrey Communications Co-Ordinator of RFSA from Penrith.
THEY are the backbone of the community, working tirelessly behind the scenes and on the front line often in times of need.
They are the local volunteers who put their hand up time and time again during an emergency to help protect and serve the community.
On Sunday the volunteers of the Rural Fire Service were recognised by the NSW Rural Fire Service Association with a family day at Nimmitabel.
There was plenty of fun for the whole family with face painting, balloon making and a barbecue.