CLC Delegates - Region 8

CLC delegate Leo PetrickNEVILLE PETRICK

Irrerlirre (McDonald Downs)
Languages: Coming soon
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CLC delegate Shirley DempseySHIRLEY DEMPSEY

Urlampe Outstations
Languages: English.
Works with the Bonya clinic. "I'm helping my partner build Urlampe. We've been there for 25 years.  I'm on the working group that plans community development projects for Urlampe.  We were using mining exploration money to fix our water problems ourselves and it's now liveable.  We have four families living at Urlampe, they really like it. I was a CLC executive member for a term."

CLC delegate Kenny MartinKENNY MARTIN

Alcoota
Languages: Warlpiri  and English.
Former CLC field officer, interpreter at the Institute for Aboriginal Development and  CAAMA Radio presenter who helped to set up the station. Founder of the first town camp night patrol at Tangentyere Council. Worked as a court interpreter and as a football coach.

CLC delegate Herbert BloomfieldHERBERT BLOOMFIELD

Mount Eaglebeak
Languages: Eastern Arrernte and English.
"I worked for Mt Riddock Station as a youngfella, born and bred there.  I learnt many things at the station. My family got Huckitta Station back and I work there full time."


CLC delegate Michael WilliamsMICHAEL WILLIAMS

Akarnenhe Well
Languages: Arrernte  and English.
Former station worker at Atula and Mt Riddock Stations, represents Mt Eaglebeak outstation. "I have been with the CLC for a long time."


CLC delegate Raymond WebRAYMOND WEBB

Atitjere (Harts Range)
Languages: Arrernte and English.
Supervisor at the Atitjere (Harts Range) work for the dole program and football umpire. “We make furniture and do activities to keep the youngfellas on track so they don’t lose their morale.”


CLC Delegate Andrew ReiffANDREW REIFF

Bonya
Languages: Eastern Arrernte and English.      
"I have been living at Bonya for a long time. I worked at Atula Station for a few years and now I'm now working for a mining company. I had to take on the role of CLC delegate because the old people weren't able to travel. I am proud of attending meetings, representing my people and learning new skills.”