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2019 Seniors Week Recognition Awards

Source: Blue Mountains City Council
Archived 8 May 2019 - Posted: 10 Mar 2019
Recipients of the 2019 Seniors Week Recognition Awards.
Council recently celebrated our community's older people at the annual Seniors Week Recognition Awards.

The awards ceremony, held in the last week of the NSW Seniors Festival, was held at the Blue Mountains Theatre and Community Hub at Springwood.

Thirty seven individuals were honoured, and three organisations, for their outstanding contribution to the community.

Blue Mountains Mayor, Cr Mark Greenhill, said: "The Seniors Festival and our annual Seniors Week Recognition Awards provide an opportunity to promote a better understanding about seniors and the value they add to our lives."

 

The 2019 Seniors Week Recognition Awards - Individual Recipients:

Phil Mullens

Larry Howard

Maureen Doherty

Andrina McGinley

Ann Ludbrooke

Mike Doolan

Kerry Rice

Sandra Arrell

David Hobbs

Cheryl Cordery

Robin Green

Stephen Corrigan

Lindena Robb

Carole Lee

Elaine Valton

Pamela Gardiner

Jenny Davies

Trish Brown

Chris Watson

Captain Chris Campbell

Gino Baudo

Ruth Henderson

Aaron Thorn

June Bonn

Jeffrey Alexander

Peg Taylor

Gerry Taylor

Keith Ward

Sue Beevers

Coert Hendrik Van Den Bout (Harry)

Geoff Hatswell

Laraine Graham

Chris Kelly

Bill Webster

David Coleby

Marilla North

Fay Wheatley

 

 

The 2019 Seniors Week Recognition Awards - Organisation Recipients:

 

Blue Mountains Food Services

Playtime Playgroup - Leura Uniting Church 

Belong Blue Mountains Lower Mountains Neighbourhood Centre Volunteers

 

 

 
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