Aus­tralia Day awards clos­ing

Isis Town and Country - - News -

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.

PHOTO: CON­TRIB­UTED

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