A great leader set for Divi­sion 3

Honor pledges de­vo­tion af­ter claim­ing land­slide vic­tory

Isis Town and Country - - Kolan News -

Cr Wayne Honor To­gether we have wit­nessed first-hand the worst of the worst in nat­u­ral dis­as­ters, road ac­ci­dents, miss­ing peo­ple and a lot worse.

DIVI­SION 3 vot­ers showed their sup­port, trust and re­spect at the polling booth last Satur­day for cur­rent sit­ting coun­cil­lor Wayne Honor, who proved to be more pop­u­lar than Justin Bieber.

With a land­slide vic­tory in Divi­sion 3, Cr Honor said he was pas­sion­ate and only wanted what was best for the com­mu­nity.

His un­selfish de­vo­tion proved to be the win­ning in­gre­di­ent in his cam­paign.

Cr Honor has stood up for his divi­sion for al­most a decade and will con­tinue to be the voice of the com­mu­nity.

The Wed­nes­day night be­fore elec­tion day, Cr Honor made a spe­cial visit to the Gin Gin SES.

He made time in his hec­tic timetable to pay his re­spects to the Gin Gin unit; his busy cal­en­dar over the past month had left him lit­tle time for sleep.

He stood be­fore the vol­un­teers wear­ing his heart on his sleeve and spoke emo­tion­ally of his pas­sion and com­mit­ment to­wards the SES and the com­mu­nity.

Cr Honor said he had the ut­most re­spect for the SES and all its vol­un­teers.

“To­gether we have wit­nessed first-hand the worst of the worst in nat­u­ral dis­as­ters, road ac­ci­dents, miss­ing peo­ple and a lot worse,” he said.

“My first pri­or­ity will be Divi­sion three and what is best, long term, for the com­mu­nity.

“Work­ing to­gether we can achieve great things.”

Cr Honor said he hoped to con­tinue to fight for a fair share for the divi­sion.

One voter, wanted to re­main anony­mous, said it was a no-con­test for Cr Honor; “our re­gion loves him and he works bloody hard for us, he has our re­spect, not like oth­ers in the coun­cil”.

“Thanks Cr Honor for all your ef­forts and for fight­ing for us, great job mate,” he said.

PHOTO: MIKE KNOTT

DIVI­SION LEADER: The newly re-elected Coun­cil­lor Wayne Honor and his mother Beryl Honor.

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