VOLUNTEER AWARDS NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN

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By Terri Butler MP

23 September 2021

Federal Member for Griffith Terri Butler has opened nominations for the 2022 Griffith Australia Day Awards.

Nominations close on 24 October 2021.

The nomination form, as well as eligibility requirements and selection criteria, can be found at www.terributlermp.com/nominate

The Griffith Australia Day Awards recognise volunteers who perform extraordinary or outstanding voluntary work in the Griffith electorate. The former Member for Griffith, the Hon Kevin Rudd AC, established these awards in 2000. 

The current Member, Terri Butler MP, has continued the tradition while in office. 

For over twenty years, outstanding local volunteers have been honoured with these awards. The recipients are selected by a committee of eminent locals, and conferred by Terri Butler MP.

The awards are announced on Australia Day with an awards ceremony held later in the year.

The 2021 recipients were:

Candi Kelly, Barny Barnhill, Julie Barnhill, Andrew Grace, Noel Murray, Carl McAlevey and Rodger Graf - Community Friends
Luanne Carter - Royals Netball Club
Nicole Carey - Camp Hill P&C Association
Bill Dahl - Lions Club of Brisbane Camp Hill Carindale
Jeff Croll - Brisbane Holland Park Lions Club
Chris Dawson and Tracey Olivieri - Friends of South Brisbane Cemetery
Stephanie Ford - Norman Creek Catchment Coordinating Committee
Angela Christodoulou - Queensland Koala Society
Bailey Newbold - Holland Park Meals on Wheels
The Easts Tigers Committee
Cate Vickers - Bulimba Community Centre
Ali Kadri - Charity Australia, Islamic Society of Holland Park and Islamic Council of Queensland
Linda Francis - Bulimba Hockey Club; and
Elizabeth Cowie - House Conspiracy and Kurilpa Futures
 
THURSDAY, 23 SEPTEMBER 2021