Jubilee awards: honours for residents with 50 years or more under their belt

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Jubilee award recipients.
Honour: Last year’s Jubilee award recipients.

If you know someone who has lived in the area for 50 or more you should nominate them for a Campbelltown Jubilee award.

Maybe you know a business or a local group which have been going for half a century, they too are recognised by these awards.

The Jubilee Awards also recognise members of our Indigenous community who have lived in Campbelltown for 30 years or more.

Campbelltown’s long standing residents helped shape our city and create the sense of community which makes this such a great place to live, says George Brticevic, the mayor of Campbelltown.

“These awards are a wonderful way of showing our long standing residents that council and the wider community recognise and appreciate their contribution to our city,” he said.

“These award recipients have watched Campbelltown grow from a small country town 50 years ago to the vibrant city it is today, and many had the opportunity to influence that transition in some way.

“I encourage residents who know of a relative, friend or neighbour who has lived in Campbelltown for the last half a century to ensure they are recognised through these awards.”

All nomination forms must be completed and returned to council by Friday, March 21.

Award recipients will receive a certificate and medallion at a special ceremony on Wednesday, April 12 at Campbelltown Civic Hall.

For details, or to download a nomination form, visit the council’s Jubilee awards website link here or call Council on 4645 4515.

Jubilee award recipients.
The 2015 recipients.



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