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Pride of Workmanship Award 2021 

On Monday 08 February the Rotary Club of Cooroy was delighted to honor 10 local people who consistently give that special extra in their job. The Pride of Workmanship Award is designed to acknowledge an employee or business operator, irrespective of age or vocation, who in the eyes of their employer or their customers displays outstanding qualities in terms of approach, attitude, dedication and commitment to his or her job and to recognise their contribution to our community.

This year awards were presented to Angel Brant, Cooroy Harvest Fresh - Nina Burkardt, Sunshine Mitre 10 - Carol Christensen, Belvedere Newsagency - Christina Dean, Cooroy Family Practice - Kirsty Farrow, Hear and Say - Luke Grabham, Palm Lake Resort, Cooroy - Bradley Morris, Hintercoast Plumbing and Gas - Andrew Chapman and Hayden Robinson, Andrew’s A Grade Mechanical and Jayden Thornton, Supa IGA Cooroy.

Carol Johnston, President of the Rotary Club of Cooroy said: -
“This is one of the highlights of our Rotary year when we take the opportunity to recognise individuals who instinctively produce good service to their customers and contribute to the quality of life we enjoy in this community.”

The Award is intended to cover all aspects of work performance and ethics, inclusive of quality and quantity of output, customer service, safety, initiative and sense of responsibility.

Carol Johnston added: -
“The Pride of Workmanship Awards are not a competition and there are no winners or losers.  It is recognition by a Rotarian or employer of an individual’s achievement, commitment and ability to inspire his/her fellow employees or customers.

The Award objectives are to encourage Pride of Workmanship in all jobs and vocations; to provide employers with an opportunity to recognise employees who display the qualities worthy of an award and to encourage a sense of community pride in individual achievement.” 

Meeting weekly here in Cooroy with like-minded people, Rotarians have the expertise and contacts to make things happen. We are supporting local charities, helping to eradicate polio worldwide, we’re providing disaster relief, improving youth opportunities locally and globally, and having a great time doing so.

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If you should like to use your skills and talent to make our community better, call Carol 0407 194 120 or Andrew 0421 407 097
or visit us Meeting time 6.00 pm Mondays (excluding public holidays)
 Cooroy RSL, 25 Maple St, Cooroy QLD 4563  
Optional evening dinner

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