Three members of the Dubbo RSL Women's Auxiliary have been acknowledged for their long service.
Betty Peter, Themlina "Lina" Whitney and Dubbo RSL Women's Auxiliary co-coordinator Elizabeth Allen have all been presented with life memberships.
Ms Peter, who is set to turn 97 in May, has been a member for 46 years. Ms Whitney has been a member for 42 years and Ms Allen has been a member 23 years.
"We don't go looking for accolades, none of us do," Ms Allen said.
"But, to be acknowledged for your commitment to the same service over such a long time is very rewarding."
Ms Allen said both Ms Whitney and Ms Peter had been two extremely valued members of the Dubbo Women's RSL Auxiliary.
"The commitment of all of our members as a whole to fundraising and helping our veterans is incredible," Ms Allen said.
Ms Peters and Ms Whitney both still attend the auxiliary fundraising bingo nights throughout the week, and still contribute their efforts to the service as much as they can.
Ms Allen said there were still so many people who needed the help provided by the auxiliary, and they were always looking for new members to join.
"The support needed didn't end with World War II, people still need our help."