Naracoorte CFS Brigade administration officer Graham Dickson (left) and captain Allan Marshall arrive at the Naracoorte CFS annual presentation night.
Region 5 commander John Probert (left) and Naracoorte brigade second lieutenant Jim Reekie and his wife Heather at the Naracoorte CFS annual presentation dinner on Saturday night.
CFS members Brett Rumball (left) and David Ludwig prepare the audio system for the CFS' presentation night at the Naracoorte Golf Club on Saturday.
Liam (left) and Amy Thomas and Alison and Darren Rahley at the Naracoorte CFS brigade's annual presentation dinner.
Naracoorte CFS members Shane Smith (left), Roger Bennett, Dean Ludwig, Graham Dickson, Jim Reekie, Allan Marshall and Chris Low were honoured for their extended service. In this photo alone there is 195 years of combined experience with the brigade.
Barry Clark (left), Wendy Reekie, Brett Rumball, Grant Sambell, Owen Duffy and Zac Black-Duffy were recognised for their continued service to the brigade.
Shane Francis (left) handed over the role of group officer to Joe Hole at the annual presentation dinner of the Naracoorte CFS brigade on Saturday night.
Shane Smith (left) presents the Shane Smith Shield for most improved cadet to Wendy Reekie.
Naracoorte CFS cadet Zac Black-Duffy (centre) receives the cadet of the year award from cadet coordinator Owen Duffy (right) and assistant coordinator Brett Rumball.
Naracoorte CFS fireman of the year Grant Sambell (right) receives his award from Naracoorte CFS captain Allan Marshall.
Nick Hillier (left), Andy Bartosek and 2011 joint fireman of the year Darren Rahley let their hair down at the annual presentation dinner for the Naracoorte CFS brigade on Saturday night.
GRANT Sambell claimed the highest honour for the Naracoorte CFS brigade - being named fireman of the year - at the annual presentation dinner at Naracoorte Golf Club on Saturday night.
Zac Black-Duffy received the highest honour for a cadet, named as the brigade's cadet of the year.
Wendy Reekie was presented with the Shane Smith Shield for most improved cadet.
Membership awards were also presented to members to recognise their extended involvement with the Naracoorte CFS brigade.
The Naracoorte CFS brigade is always looking for new members, with training held each Friday starting at 7.30pm at the Naracoorte CFS Brigade station on Smith St.