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Warwick's heroes deserve support of the community

Mayor Peter Blundell
Mayor Peter Blundell

TIME is running out to submit a nomination to recognise Warwick's heroes; people who have made an outstanding contribution to our community.

Mayor Peter Blundell said nominations for next year's Australia Day Awards for the Southern Downs Friday.

"As a community it is important to acknowledge and thank these people for their outstanding contributions," Cr Blundell said.

Australia Day Awards will be presented in eight categories as follows:

  • Australia Day Citizen Award
  • Australia Day Junior Citizen Award
  • Australia Day Cultural Award
  • Australia Day Junior Cultural Award
  • Australia Day Sports Award
  • Australia Day Junior Sports Award
  • Australia Day Sports Administration Award
  • Australia Day Community Event of the Year

"Please take the time to nominate a worthy recipient and show them how much their efforts are appreciated," Cr Blundell said.

Topics:  australia day, award, community, heroes, mayor peter blundell, warwick




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