Australia Day awards closing
DO YOU know someone who has been making a big difference in the region over the past 12 months in business, community, creative or sporting pursuits?
Mayor Mal Forman has encouraged residents to recognise a deserving local through the Australia Day Spirit Awards before nominations close this Friday.
“Nominations are closing for the 2016 Australia Day Spirit Awards and I urge residents to take the time to detail the achievements of someone they know is going the extra mile for their community,” Cr Forman said.
This was a meaningful gesture to show how much the community appreciated their efforts and all they bring to the region.
“Don’t let the contributions of community-minded residents go unrewarded,” he said
Cr Forman said there were 11 award categories, with awards available for individuals, groups, businesses and events.
Nomination categories include: Citizen of the Year. Young Citizen Spirit Award
Senior Citizen Spirit Award
Community Spirit Award
Community Event of the Year Award Creative Spirit Award Junior Creative Spirit Award Green Spirit Award Sporting Spirit Award Junior Sporting Spirit Award
Business Spirit Award Nominations forms can be found at bundaberg.qld.gov. au or by heading to any council Service Centre. Nominations close on November 13.