Defibrillator unit now available

Defibrillation unit installed by members of Northam Lions, & members of the Northam RSL

The Northam Lions decided that the Northam Memorial Hall needed an Automated Exernal Defibrillator (AED) attached to an external wall of the premises — providing uninterrupted community access to the lifesaving device.

They applied for the much needed equipment through St Johns. The unit has been mounted to the side wall of the Memorial Hall with members of the Northam RSL looking on.

The President Mick Prytulak thanked the Northam Lions not only on behalf of  the Northam RSL but for all users of the Hall and community members.


New seating at Memorial

Members of Northam Men’s Shed & Northam RSL try out the new benches

Thanks to a donation from Northam Rotary Club, the Northam RSL Sub Branch were able to ask the Northam Men’s Shed if they would be interested in building two bench seats for the gazebo area behind the Memorial.

On completing the work the Men’s Shed mounted the two seats to the gazebo.

What a great job they did. The seats are designed to look like the sun raising. The members of the Sub Branch couldn’t wait to test them out.

President Mick Prytulak added that the area behind the Memorial is now a place where people can go  take a seat and reflect.

Thank you to Northam Rotary Club and Northam Men’s Shed.