Dubbo Day awards

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The Dubbo Day Awards will be presented on Friday 23 November 2018 to mark the anniversary of Dubbo’s gazettal as a Village on 23 November 1849, and to recognise volunteers who have, and will continue to be, the building blocks of the community. Volunteers who, without expectation of reward or praise, go about their lives helping others and organisations which are focussed on improving the quality of living for individuals and the community as a whole. A selection committee comprising the Mayor and members of the Dubbo community will assess all nominations in strict confidence.

Dubbo Day Award Nominations

Nominations for the 2018 Dubbo Day Awards are currently open. Nominations can be made by completing the form below or by downloading the 2018 Dubbo Day Award - Nomination Form (PDF 447KB)completing and returning it to Council.

Award recipients are selected from the Nominees by a Committee of community members and the Mayor. Committee members are all past recipients of the Dubbo Day Awards.

Nominations for the Tony McGrane Public Service Award are closed to the public, nominees are determined and awarded by the Committee.

Nominations close at 9am on Wednesday 14 November 2018.

2018 Dubbo Day Awards

Nominee Details
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CRITERIA AND ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINES

  1. Nominee must be a volunteer.

  2. Nominations can be made by an individual or organisation. (Organisations are not permitted to nominate more than two (2) of their members in any year).

  3. Nominee must currently reside within Dubbo Regional Council's boundaries, or whose voluntary work is predominantly beneficial to the Dubbo Community.

  4. Prior recipients of Dubbo Regional Council Dubbo Day or Australia Day awards will not be eligible for consideration.

  5. Community work of a high calibre undertaken in recent years will be taken into account.

  6. The person should have strong ethical and community values. 

  7. The name of at least one referee must be supplied with the nomination.

  8. The nomination should explain the achievements and background of the nominee and the reasons for nomination.

  9. The decision of the judging committee is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

  10. Only winners of the Dubbo Day Award will be announced.

  11. Presentation will take place annually on 23 November.

  12. A maximum of 20 awards will be presented in any one year.

  13. All nomination forms and material submitted remains the property of Council.

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Last Edited: 12 Nov 2018

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