Governor of South Australia, the Honourable Hieu Van Le and his wife Lan got to enjoy a busy day in the region on the weekend.
The couple were in Naracoorte and Lucindale on Saturday, talking to locals and opening several important buildings.
First up Mr Le had the honour of opening the Sheep Back's Museum''s new Children's Museum, a delightful new exhibit which invites children to interact with the displays.
After a morning tea made by the SACWA Limestone Ladies and served by the local school captains, Mr Le headed to Lucindale.
In Lucindale Mr Le met with victims of the Blackford fire, and with CFS and Blazeaid volunteers who worked both during and and after the fire.
Saturday night, Mr Le returned to Naracoorte to officially open the Naracoorte Migrant Resource Centre and the Limestone Coast Multicultural Network, in a formal event at the MRC's new home on Smith St.
The governor and invited guests were then invited the Pearl Continental, where Mr Le officially cut the ribbon to the new premises on Smith St, before enjoying a lovely dinner.