Rotary presents Pride of Workmanship awards
The Rotary Club of Woy Woy recently held its annual Pride of Workmanship awards night to recognise the special contributions made by individuals from the local community.
The aim of the award was to foster an awareness of the importance of taking pride in one's work, whether in a paid or voluntary role.
The awardees recognised this year included Mr Bill Graham for the voluntary work he does at The Men's Shed.
Mr Albert Morris received an award for his dedicated voluntary work with Marine Rescue NSW.
Blue Wave Living care manager Ms Kathy Murphy received her award "for the wonderful work she does with residents and their families," according to Woy Woy Rotary PR director Ms Joan Redmond.
Another Blue Wave Living employee, Mr Jared Campbell, was also honoured for the initiative he shows and the outstanding work he does as an apprentice electrician.
Hospitality worker Mr Ryan McBeattie was an award winner "for always going the extra mile in looking after his customers.
"Unfortunately, Ryan was working on the night and he will be presented with his award at a later date," Ms Redmond said.
Media release, 11 May 2017
Joan Redmond, Woy Woy Rotary
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