Robert Reekie from Mates Men’s Support Group in Busselton has been shortlisted for the CBH People Choice Award.
Rob has been servicing the South-west, as the President and Founder of Mates, for 13 years. In this time well over 1000 men have been benefited by his work.
Please show your support for both Rob Reekie and Mates by voting for him at https://poll.fbapp.io/waraca16. You can vote once a day until the 24th October and have the chance o win $100 just for voting.
If you would like more information on Mates please visit our website at www.menssupport.com.au
Thankyou in advance for your valuable support.
This is the new site for Mates Men's Support Group (as you already know ;) )
It is an exciting new way Mates has decided to offer as a source of information and contact with the group.
The aim is to regularly update it with news about Mate's and what we are doing in the community. A whole bunch of resources including worksheets, online lessons and videos are in the making to also be offered. Over time we may even expand into online counseling sessions but that is still in the distance.
If you have any queries or suggestions, feel free to message us through the contact tab.
So keep an eye on this website for all the new stuff and maybe some goody give always.
On Wednesday the 13th of January, Rob Reekie (the president of Mates Men's Support Group) was given the opportunity to be Geoff Hutchinson's special guest on ABC Radios Morning Show in the "Who are you?" segment.
To listen to or read more about this interview click the button below.
After much debate over whether Rob would enter politics or not, he took the plunge and has been elected into the Busselton City Council as 1 of 9 city representatives.
Rob stated, “I’m usually the first one to put my hand up and get involved. Running for council feels like the next step and like so many others feel like it’s time for change.”
He has received lots of support from the public already and hopes this will continue through his term. His extensive knowledge of what goes on "behind the scenes" in our community makes us confident he is a very good choice for this role.
Rob would like to thank all those that voted for him and assures you, you will not be let down.
If you would like to read more about Rob Reekie's Council Nomination the button below will lead you to an article published in the newspaper.
Rob Reekie or other Mates Men's Support Group Volunteer.