Six Narooma businesses recognised valued employees at Narooma Rotary’s annual Pride of Workmanship Awards at a special dinner at Narooma Golf Club on Thursday night.
‘The great strength of these awards is it’s not a competition,’ said Narooma Rotary President Bob Aston. ‘Everyone nominated by their employer receives an award.
‘Narooma Rotarians are really proud of this program and the support it continues to receive from local businesses.
‘It gives them the opportunity to say thank you to particular staff and how much their efforts and contributions are appreciated; often the words employers and fellow workers use in the citations are quite moving.’
Those who received awards this year were:
Janette Fitzpatrick (Estia Health)
Deb Ebbott (IRT at Home)
Debbie McDougall (IRT Dalmeny)
Kyle Snell (Meads ABC Bakery)
Madeline McCauley (Surfbeach Café)
Pete Churchill (Narooma Motors) who was unable to be there to receive his award.
‘We encourage all Narooma employers to consider nominating someone for next year’s awards,’ Mr Aston said.
Above: Narooma Rotary President Bob Aston, front left, presented Pride of Workmanship Awards last Thursday to Kyle Snell (Meads ABC Bakery), Debbie McDougall (IRT Dalmeny) Madeline McCauley (Surfbeach Café) Janette Fitzpatrick (Estia Health) and Deb Ebbott (IRT at Home).
Above: Deb Ebbott, a Care Worker with IRT at Home South Coast was obviously thrilled to be presented with her Pride of Workmanship Award at Narooma Rotary’s annual Awards last Thursday night. With her, representing IRT at Home management, was Megan Gotsalks.