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2015 Australia Day Award Nominations 2015 Australia Day Award Nominations

Nominations for the following Awards are now invited:

·           Citizen of the Year (27 years of age or older)
·            Young Citizen of the Year (under 27 years of age)
·            Individual Achievement Award
·            Community Event of the Year Award

·            Senior Cultural Award (over 18 years)

·            Junior Cultural Award (under 18 years)

·            Senior Sports Award (over 18 years)
·            Junior Sports Award (under 18 years)
Please forward your completed Nomination Forms to Hinchinbrook Shire Council.
Nominations close Tuesday 6 January 2015.

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