Search on for community achievers

GLADSTONE could be harbouring regional community achievers.

With only two weeks left to nominate for The Regional Achievement & Community Awards throughout Queensland, you need to be quick.

Unsung heroes can be nominated in the following Awards:

  • The Salvation Army Employment Plus Business and Employment Award
  • The Peabody Environment and Landcare Award
  • The Prime Super Community of the Year Award
  • The SunWater Youth Leadership Award
  • The Clark Rubber Regional Service Award
  • The Safeguard Events and Tourism Award

Awards director Teesha Cupples said the awards were a worthwhile regional community service that not only provided an opportunity for recognition but to give a pat on the back for the businesses, organisations and individuals that dedicate their lives to making their community a better place to live.  

"If you know a worthy organisation or individual that is making a difference, then we encourage you to nominate them today," Ms Cupples said.

Winners could see themselves $2,500 richer thanks to the Commonwealth Bank and WIN Television are giving away Television Advertising - a great way to promote your event or business. 

Winners will be announced in Caloundra at the Gala Dinner Presentation hosted by Oaks Oasis Resort, on Saturday 3rd November 2012.

The Queensland Regional Achievement and Community Awards are proudly presented by the Queensland Government and supported by Sirromet Wines and Queensland Country Life.   

Contact the local Awards office on 1300 735 445 or visit www.awardsaustralia.com to nominate.
 



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