Those nominated are invited to a morning tea where they are presented with certificates thanking them for their valuable service to the local community.
This morning it was inspiring to acknowledge:
Julie Howe from the Anglicare School Parks Project.
What Julie's nominator said; "Julie attends the after school park activities. She engages with the children in a magical way. The children adore Julie as she is bright and bubbly. Thank you Julie."
Maureen Byrne from the School Volunteers program at Mirrabooka Primary School.
What Maureens' nominator said; "Maureen is one of our school volunteers from the School Volunteer Program. She has a very warm personality and she relates very well to the children. She has the talent to make every child feel special. Thank you."
Erica Waldock from St Gerards Primary School
What Erica's nominator said; "An enthusiastic P&F President and School Board Member. Thank you."
Angela De Fatima from St Gerards Primary School
What Angela's nominator said; "A reliable helper at all school functions organised by the P & F. Thank you."
John Southern from the Alexander Heights Seniors
What John's nominator said; "John goes out of his way to help anyone who needs help and is a whiz at calling the bingo. Thank you."
Betty Bramley from the Alexander Heights Seniors
What Betty's nominator said; "Betty makes birthday and get well cards for club members who want personal cards for friends and relations. Thank you."
Alice McBain from the Dianella Lions
What Alice's nominator said; "The best, hardest worker and most successful market promoter. Alice is a genuine worker, thank you."
Steve Page from the Dianella Lions
What Steve's nominator said; "Has spent endless hours over the last 30 years devoting himself to the Lions Club. Thank you."
Margaret Coyle from the Nollamara Westminster Action Group
What Margaret's nominator said; "Margaret is ALWAYS willing to do that little bit extra that makes her such an invaluable worker. Thank you."
Val Daly from Uniting Aid
What Val's nominator said; "For your many hours of community service at Uniting Aid in Nollamara. Thank you."
Bruce Horgan from the Asbestos Diseases Society and a Grandcarer
What Bruce's nominator said; "Bruse is a tireless advocate for asbestos diseases awareness and in his role as a Grandcarer he has willingly giving his time selflessly to ensure that his Grandchildren get the best start in life."
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