The Moruya SES Unit celebrated two members who have played important volunteer roles in the service.
Unit commander Chris Zammit presented Jane Knuckey a long service award to celebrate her continual time and effort over the past 10 years.
Ms Knuckey also shares her time as a volunteer for the Rural Fire Service.
"Jane held the position of deputy controller for a number of years and is currently in a position of administration with the Moruya SES unit," Mr Zammit said.
A long service award was also presented to Trevor Bennett for his 45-year service.
Trevor has also been a volunteer with St Johns Ambulance.
"Trevor has been a continual support to the Moruya SES Rescue team and responds to the majority of rescue activations that occur and is a dependable resource with activating the rescue truck," Mr Zammit said.