With Campbelltown City Council’s Jubilee Awards just around the corner, it’s your turn to nominate anyone you know who’s made a difference in our local community.
The Jubilee Awards honour individuals who have shown long term dedication and commitment to the City of Campbelltown. This includes residents who have lived in the area for 50 years or more, or Indigenous residents who have lived in the area for at least 30 years. Businesses or organisations who have served the area for 50 years are also eligible to be nominated.
Recipients are recognised by Mayor George Brticevic, who states that the Jubilee Awards act as an expression of gratitude from the community to these long-term residents.
“Campbelltown is a place that has been built on a strong foundation of community spirit and contributed to by the many wonderful residents who chose to make this city their long-term home,” he said.
The Mayor added that these awards “recognise all manner of contributions; from your many years as a citizen of our community, to the work done by many great groups and people to help make Campbelltown a better place to live.”
Nominations are open year-round. For more information, CLICK HERE
📷Photo: Mayor George Brticevic honours 2019 Jubilee Award recipient Graham Thompson, a volunteer with Minto Heights rural fire brigade for decades

– Cassidy Pearce