Blue Mountains News
Lithgow Citizenship Ceremony 17 September 2021
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Australian Citizenship Day. On this day we celebrate the value and significance of Australian citizenship and the privileges and responsibilities it embodies.
Today we welcomed citizens from Philippines, Thailand, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy and New Zealand.
“It was an honour to preside over the ceremony today, we are a part of a diverse multicultural region and it’s our Australian Citizenship and values that forms the common bond that unites us.”
“I wish all of these new Australians the very best for the future and congratulate them on becoming Australian citizens,” said Mayor Thompson .
The Mayor welcomed:
Francesco Di Franco
Mark Anthony Legaspi
Juanito Dicdiquin Revalde
John Louie Lafuente Revalde
Roland Joseph Mc arthy
Paolo Miguel Deloso Lacson
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