Meet the Festival team – Richard (The Duck)

I’ve lived at the top of the Blue Mountains for the past 10 years, so I’ve got a long way to go before I consider of myself a “local”.

I think of myself as just an ordinary average guy. Rather unremarkable. I’ve done nothing really special or outstanding. A bit of a Jack of many trades, master of none. And yet I appreciate every action by the individual adds to the big picture of our community and our planet. I want every one of my actions to count towards the shaping a positive future for those who will follow.

Richard “The Duck” Keegan, Katoomba
Member, Festival of Resilience Working Group

(Editor’s note: Richard is actually quite remarkable and hosts Australian Music Masters on Radio Blue Mountains as well as the Let’s Do This podcast.)

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