Raymond Terrace Rotary Club Presents Annual Pride Of Workmanship Awards To Locals

Richard South, Leng Chin, and Jon Chin (photo supplied).
Richard South, Leng Chin, and Jon Chin (photo supplied).

 

THE annual Pride of Workmanship Awards dinner this year recognised the work of a number of Port Stephens locals.

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Hosted by the Rotary Club of Raymond Terrace, the following recipients were recognised for their work in the community: Sergeant Joe Krzanic, NSW Police; Damien Wilson, Woolworths Raymond Terrace North (MarketPlace); Hannah Rodway, Medowie Macadamia Farm; and Jane Withers, TLC Early Learning Centre.

The Rotary Club has presented the awards for more than two decades, recognising hundreds of employees and providing employers with an opportunity to publicly recognise those employees for their efforts.

Ms Sharon Chambers from the Rotary Club told News Of The Area, “Rotary believes the sense of responsibility to do a job well, to strive for excellence of service and to give of oneself to their chosen vocation is one of the greatest intangible resources yet to be fully recognised in our working community.”

Speaking at the Awards dinner was special guest speaker was Mr Jon Chin, Ambassador for White Ribbon and Chairman of Hunter White Ribbon.

Mr Chin spoke about the need for awareness of domestic violence.

Raymond Terrace Rotary is currently focusing on helping victims of domestic violence in our local community.

 

By Heather SHARP

 

2019 award recipients: Sgt Joe Krzanic, Damien Wilson, Hannah Rodway, and Jane Withers (photo supplied).
2019 award recipients: Sgt Joe Krzanic, Damien Wilson, Hannah Rodway, and Jane Withers (photo supplied).

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