Lions District 201W1

Western Australia

Lions District 201W1 Exemplary Service Awards Honour Roll

This prestigious Award was commenced in 1991 by Past District Governor, Rick Sullivan, to acknowledge and recognise those non Lions who serve their communities.

OBJECT:

Being to nurture and promote the principles of good citizenship by due recognition of  Service to Others.

PARAMETERS:

To those who through practice and example to others, promote the principles of  Good Citizenship.

To those who in promoting these principles foster and encourage mutual understanding among the various segments in our community.

Importantly, to those who through personal sacrifice on their part and through care and devotion give service to the Needs of Others.

 

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                                        EXEMPLARY SERVICE AWARDS HONOUR ROLL

JOYCE HUCK - DECEMBER 2016 (Nominated by Dongara Denison Lions Club)

"In recognition of her dedication and consistent involvement in many and various ways resulting in enriching lives within thw Dongara Community"

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OWEN (RABBIT) POINTER - JANUARY 2016 (Nominated by Broome Lions Club)

"In recognition of his vision in the establishment of the Broome Crab Races 21 years ago. The $500,000 raised over the years has donated to many worthy causes thus improving life in the Broome Community"

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TONY GALATI & FAMILY - DECEMBER 2015 (Nominated by City of Perth Lions Club)                

"In recognition of their extensive support of the work of the City of Perth Lions Club both financially and in kind over many years especially the Annual Fundraising Luncheon."

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DR. KISHORE SIEUNARINE - DECEMBER 2015 (Nominated by Duncraig Lions Club)

"In recognition for his voluntary screening for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms within the community in association with the Lions Clubs of West Australia and other groups."

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SISTER ANNA WARLOW - NOVEMBER 2015 (Nominated by Three Springs Lions Club)

"In recognition for her promotion of good citizenship within the many services she has provided dealing with drug problems, support of indigenous people and assisting the women within the rural community."

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LEO DORNBUSH - JULY 2015 (Nominated by Moora Lions Club)

"In recognition for being a valued and popular community member with a hard work ethic who tirelessly helps by giving his time willingly to the many organisations within the town of Moora."

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SARAH WARDLE - JUNE 2015 (Nominated by Canning City Lions Club)

"In recognition of great diligence shown by her many efforts to enhance her own life as well as others that are disabled or less fortunate than her."

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VAL FIRMIN - OCTOBER 2014 (Nominated by Jurien Bay Lions Club)

"To recognise her endless dedication to the health of the Community over the past 23 years by running the "Prime Movers" programme"

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NANETTE COLLINS - OCTOBER 2014 (Nominated by Jurien Bay Lions Club)

"To recognise her remarkable achievement with fundraising for the "Royal Flying Doctor Service" over the past 11 years"

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JAN SMITH - JULY 2014 (Nominated by Lancelin Lions Club)

"In recognition for her many contributions to the Lancelin Community including St. John's Ambulance, "The Coastal Courier" and the CWA."

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EDMUND "TED" DOWLING - JULY 2014 (Nominated by Yanchep/Two Rocks Lions Club)

"To recognise his outstanding contribution with the establishment of many projects in the area over a log period of time and for passing on his knowledge to the upcoming generations"

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CECIL "JOHN" ESSEX - JULY 2014 (Nominated by City of Perth (Host) Lions Club)

"In recognition of his extraordinary voluntary work within the Community in many and various areas over the past 30 years"

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JULIE OTREMBA - JULY 2014 (Nominated by Yanchep/Two Rocks Lions Club)

"To recognise her voluntary work over a long period of time - done with unmatched enthusiasm and energy in many and various areas within the Community"

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AUDREY ISA KINGSTON - JUNE 2014 (Nominated by Bassendean Lions Club)

"In recognition of her dedication to a variety of voluntary works within the community over an extended period of time"

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PHILLIP FARLEY - MARCH 2014 (Nominated by Moora Lions Club)

"In recognition for his dedication to his students and his selfless giving in so many ways to the Community of Moora over 50 Years"

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KADIE KAARTER NGELE - MAY 2013 (Nominated by Canning City Lions Club)

"A real role model who is recognised for the remarkable humanitarian assistance that she has given to survivors of torture and trauma suffered in their native countries fleeing to Australia seeking a better life"

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STUART MACKENZIE - JULY 2012 (Nominated by Girrawheen Lions Club)

"In recognition for being a consistently active and productive community member in the Girrawheen and Koondoola area over many years"

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GUISEPPE (JOE) RONTONDELLA - JUNE 2012  (Nominated by City of Perth (Host) Lions Club)

"In recognition of his extensive charitable work both within Australia and overseas and also for his ongoing support of the City of Perth  Lions Club Computer Project"

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ISABELLE HEPWORTH - JUNE 2012  (Nominated by Dongara- Denison Lions Club)

"In recognition of her remarkable and consistent years of support and involvement with the children and the Community in the Dongara/Denison area"

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MARGARET NICHOLLS - APRIL 2012  (Nominated  by City of Perth (Host) Lions Club)

"In recognition for 23 years of service to "Meals on Wheels" and an unbroken record of 25 years of volunteering at the "Rod Evans Community Centre"

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JOANNE RUSSELL - FEBRUARY 2012  (Nominated by Kalgoorlie Lions Club)

"In recognition of her commitment, dedication and fun raising in the Kalgoorlie/Goldfields  area making her the best local resource in the Disability section "

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RICHARD & KATE ALLEN - FEBRUARY 2O12  (Nominated by Newman Lions Club)

"In recognition to both of them for their extensive involvement in many and varied voluntary activities within the Newman Community"

MURIEL ELLEN SWAN - DECEMBER 2011 (Noninated by Lancelin & Districts Lions Club)

"In recognition of a lifetime of selfless dedication to the many communities in which she ha lived"

 KEVA JANKOVIC - JULY 2011 (Nominated by Lancelin & Disticts Lions Club)

"In recognition of her contribution to the Lancelin community and for her dedication to the St. John Ambulance  Service over many years"

MARIE FRENCH  - JULY 2011 (Nominated by Lions Hannans- Goldfields Lions Club)

"In recognition of a life that is dedicated to caring for the aged and infirm improving their quality of life and for being a role model for future

generations by her selfish acts of kindness"

GARY LAMB  -  JUNE 2011 (Nominated by Moora Lions Club)

"In recognition for being a consistent and productive community member of Moora and always willing to help with projects both community

and Shire based without fame or recognition"

RONN LEESON SELBY - APRIL 2010 (Nominated by City of Perth (Host) Lions Club)

"In recognition for his teaching skills to people with disabilities and for his assistance with computer refurbishment projects both within the

City of Perth (Host) Lions Club and in the preparation for sending computers to disadvantaged areas overseas'

SCOTT TREVOR HARRIS - MARCH 2010 (Nominated by Newman lions Club)

"In recognition for his work with St. John Ambulance, the Newman Fire Brigade and for assisting with the Voluntary First Aid and RSL groups

within the Newman area'

BETTY LUXTON - JULY 2009 (Nominated by Hannans Goldfields Lions Club)

" In recognition of her running of the Debutante Balls in Kalgoorlie, for her entertaining the diggers of the R.S.l  and for her endless fund

raising activities within the Kalgoorlie Boulder area"

GLORIA BURNETT - JUNE 2009 (Nominated by Three Springs Lions Club)

"In recognition for her dedication and contribution to the Red Cross Society, Women's Auxiliary RSL and the Three Springs community"

Dr. MICHAEL SIMON LEKIAS - FEBRUARY 2009 (Nominated by Canning City Lions Club)

"In recognition for his many varied contributions to the community of Perth, particularly for his involvement with the City of Canning"

BARBARA HALL - DECEMBER 2008 (Nominated by Bassendean Lions Club)

" In recognition for her many and varied contributions to the Bassendean community and for her endless dedication to two disabled sons"

SIMONE McMAHON - OCTOBER 2008 (Nominated by Victoria Park Lions Club)

"In recognition for being the inspirational transplant role model that she is and for raising awareness within the community to the need of

organ and tissue donations by her endless work at both State and National levels"

ROBERT LEE - SEPTEMBER 2008 (Nominated by Claremont-Nedlands Lions Club)

"In recognition of  his many years of outstanding service to the people of all ages in the Claremont area in a wide variety of voluntary work"

 PATRICK HALLAHAN - JULY 2008 (Nominated by Kalamunda Lions Club)

"In recognition of his many years of outstanding service to the people of Kalamunda in a wide variety of ways that has and continues to enhance

the lives of others"

BEVAN GRESELE - JULY 2008 (Nominated by Gingin/Chittering Club)

"In recognition of his many years of outstanding service to the people of Gingin in a variety of ways that has on a daily basis enhanced

the lives of others"

JESSIE RUSS - JUNE 2008 (Nominated by Geraldton Lions Club)

"In recognition of her many years of outstanding service to the people of Geraaldton in a variety of ways that has on a daily basis has enhanced

the lives of others"

CHRISTINE GRAY - APRIL 2008 (Nominated by Ocean Reef Lions Club)

"In recognition of her outstanding contribution to a variety of community programs and in particular her highly valued commitment to the

School Volunteer Program"

NORMAN PAINI - FEBRUARY 2008  (Nominated by Inglewood Lions Club)

"In recognition of a lifetime of outstanding service and care to those countless young people whose lives he has touched by helping them

to develop their life skills and abilities"

JANET ASHDOWN - NOVEMBER 2007 (Nominated by Duncraig Lions Club)

"In recognition of her outstanding contribution as a teacher to a variety of both in and out of schoolprograms that have contributed greatly

to the lives of young people in her care"

JUDITH ANN PARKER A.M. - NOVEMBER 2007 Nominated by Morley Lions Club)

"In recognition of her outstanding national and international work through the National and International Council of Women to defend

the rights of women and children, especially those with 'disabilties'

 KENNETH (KEN) BALL - OCTOBER 2007 (Nominated by Bassendean Lions Club)

" In recognition of those many years of outstanding service and care given to countless young people through both his Police duties and

his widespread community service"

ADRIENNE HARMAN - JULY 2007 (Nominated by Kalgoorlie Lions Club)

"In recognition of her many years of outstanding service to Goldfields Disabled Sports Inc. and her valuable contribution to other

community activities"

DAWN WHITEHURST - JUNE 2007 (Nominated by Victoria Park Lions Club)

"In recognition of a lifetime of devoted service to the needs of others through a wide range of community activities that have and

continue to touch the lives of many"

JILL TILLY - JUNE 2007 (Nominated by Carnamah Lions Club)

"In recognition of her many years of outstanding service to the people of Carnamah, particularly, the aged, and her valuable contribution

to a variety of other community activities"

ERIC ABRAHAM SILBERT. A.M. - DECEMBER 2006 (Nominated by Morley Lions Club)

"In recognition of a lifetime of outstanding dedicated service, both to his country and the needs of others, through his involvement

in a wide range of service activities"

CHERRYDELL R. PHILIPS - NOVEMBER 2006 (Nominated by Stirling Lions Club)

"In recognition of her many years of outstanding, dedicated and loving care, in servicing the needs of the deprived, the abandoned and

the destitute, of many countries"

GLENYS WEST - NOVEMBER 2006 (Nominated by Duncraig Lions Club)

"In recognition of her voluntary outstanding commitment, dedication and loving service to the ongoing needs of that very special group

within our community, our elderly'

KEVIN & HELEN WHITELY - OCTOBER 2006 (Nominated by Bassendean Lions Club

"In recognition of their long term commitment and service to the needs of others, especially the young and aged, whose lives have been

touched by their service"

ROY ARTHUR BUTTERFIELD - OCTOBER 2006 (Nominated by Dongara-Denison Lions Club)

"In recognition of a lifetime devoted to a wide range of activities and projects that have and continue to add a great value to his community

and to its residents"

YVONNE (BONNIE) PRYT - SEPTEMBER 2006 (Nominated by Ballajura Lions Club)

"In recognition of her many years of loving care, devotion and service to her three youngest children, all of whom are afflicted with serious

ongoing disabilities"

DOMINIC FARAONE - JUNE 2006 (Nominated by Noranda Lions Club)

"In recognition of his outstanding voluntary service, especially to those in developing countries, with the purpose of providing essential

service and care to all those in need"

JK (JOCK) SWAN - MARCH 2006 ( Nominated by Lancelin Lions Club)

"In recognition of his more than 50 years pf outstanding voluntary service to St. John Ambulance with the prime purpose of providing essential

service and care to all those in need"

KEITH WILLIAM BRADLEY - NOVEMBER 2005 

"In recognition of his more than 60 years of voluntary service and leadership with St. John Ambulance of Western Australia and his other valuable

activities that have served the needs of many."

TESSA JUPP - OCTOBER 2005

"In recognition of a lifetime of dedication and loving service to the needs of others and especially those many polio survivors to whom she has contributed so much."

RITA THORPE - OCTOBER 2005

"In recognition of her dedication and loving service to those countless young lives, whose safety she has guarded so zealously over many years."

EILEEN (BOBBIE) WAYCOTT - OCTOBER 2005

"In recognition of a lifetime of devoted and loving service to her community, through a variety of important voluntary activities that give ongoing service to the needs of others."

TINA KLEIN - OCTOBER 2005

"In recognition of her more than 20 years of dedicated service and leadership, over a wide area of community activities that have, and continue to serve the needs of others."

SCOTT RUSSELL - SEPTEMBER 2005

"In recognition of his many years of dedicated and loving service to those in need and for care, love and devotion given so freely to so many."

MARGARET HODGKIN - AUGUST 2005

"In recognition of her lifetime of dedicated service to all those special young people whose lives have been immeasurably enhanced by her love and devotion to their 'special needs".

PETER WASS - APRIL 2005

"In recognition of his long term dedication and service to those in our community with intellectual disbilities, where his compassion and extraordinary gifts have enriched the lives of so many"

RAYMOND COOPER (of BENCUBIN, WA) - MARCH 2005

"In recognition of his many years of dedicated service to the people of Bencubin and District. Through his voluntary involvement and ongoing contribution to a range of community based organisations and activities."

JOAN MOORE (of MOORA,WA) - MARCH 2005

"In recognition of her outstanding service to the people of Moora. Her ongoing long term contribution to the needs of the elderly and frail aged, have enriched the lives of many."

THE REVEREND BARRY MAY - FEBRUARY 2005

"In recognition of long term dedication and 'service to others'. Both as a Priest and as Police Chaplin for Western Australia. Where his presence and support has been of great comfort to so many."

GLENYS GRIFFITHS - FEBRUARY 2005

"In recognition of her long term involvement with groups that give service to the community and in these more recent years, her outstanding service to the senior citizens of her community."

BILL MARWICK  (of WANNEROO, WA) - NOVEMBER 2004

"In recognition of his outstanding service to the people of Wanneroo. Through its many community based organisations and his long term efforts to enhance the recorded history of Wanneroo and its people."

GWEN WEALAND - NOVEMBER 2004

"In recognition of her more than 50 years of voluntary service. Through both the C.W.A. and a variety of other voluntary endeavours, that give service to the 'needs of others'."

ANNA MONSELLO - NOVEMBER 2004

"In recognition of her more than 30 years of service to others in a variety of areas. Especially the agedand the disadvantaged. Where she has touched the lives of so many."

BOB AND BOBBY BAXTER - OCTOBER 2004

"In recognition of their loving care and devotion to those many young lives entrusted to their care whose lives they have so lovingly nutrured over many years."

CAROL A. BURBIDGE - MAY 2004

"In recognition of her more than 25 years of service to Scouting and Guiding. Her dedication to nurturing the skills, ideals and character of those young people in her care has been outstanding."

GRAEME WILLIAM SMITH - APRIL 2004

"In recognition of the valuable contribution he has made to the "lives of others" especially the lives of those many young people entrusted to his care over a period of more than 30 years."

JOYCE ALICE VENABLES - APRIL 2004

"In recognition of of more than 35 years of fundraising for needy causes. Her long term commitment to the needs of others has touched the lives of just so many, particularly children."

PAULINE MARY ROBERTSON - DECEMBER 2003

"In recognition of her many years of voluntary services to others. Her contribution to her school local community and her long term commitment as an administrator in the world of Roller Skating."

BRENDA JOY LAKE - OCTOBER 2003

"In recognition, despite her own difficulties, of her lifelong dedication and loving contribution to the lives of the less fortunate, particularly those affected by Cerebal Disabilities."

SALVATORE (SAM) MASTROLEMBO  (of DONGARA-DENISON, WA) - SEPTEMBER 2003

"In recognition of his dedicated service to the young people of Dongara-Denison, through his voluntary involvement, and ongoing contribution to a range of community based youth activities."

MICHAEL PRUNSTER (of MOORA, WA) - JUNE 2003

In recognition of his many years of dedicated service to the people of Moora through his voluntary involvement and ongoing contribution to a wide range of community based organisations and activities."

GLENYS MARIE WENN - MAY 2003

"In recognition of her loving care and devotion to those more than sixty young lives entrusted to her care, whose lives she has so lovingly nurtured, over so many years."

CORNELIA BURROWS - MAY 2003

"In recognition of her many years of example, encouragement and service to others, particularly those with 'special needs', whose lives she has and continues to touch in such a positive way."

MICHELLE STAMPALIA - APRIL 2003

'In recognition, despite her own handicaps, of her many years of voluntary of voluntary service to Burbidge Special School and her special dedication to children with severe disabilities."

FRANK AND SHEILA KING - MARCH 2003

"In recognition of their service to the community, through their music and the 'new hope' they bring to under-privileged children, who benefit from their 'service to others'."

ANDREW PETER WALLACE - MARCH 2003

"In recognition of his assistance and support of his fellow Fire Officers at 'Ground Zero' New York and for his efforts in bringing affected Fireman  and their families to Perth."

ST. JOHN AMBULANCE (of GOOMALLING, WA) -  JANUARY 2003

"In recognition of their voluntary service and valuable contribution to the community, by the members of the St. John Ambulance Sub-Centre, since its formation in 1955."

BETTY BOOTE - DECEMBER 2002

"In recognition of her more than 35 years of dedicated service to the community through a range of organisations and personal endeavours that give service to the 'needs of others'."

JUDITH ANNE MELLOWS - NOVEMBER 2002

"In recognition of her role in the replacement of the archaic Coroner's Bill enacted in 1920, and her long term support of those who have lost 'loved ones."

SOFIA FISHER - SEPTEMBER 2002

"In recognition of her dedicated service to people with drug and alcohol abuse problems and her involvement with a wide range of community service programs over many years."

GLENYS FAYE KENDRICK (of DONGARA-DENISON, WA)  - AUGUST 2002

"In recognition of her dedicated service to the people of Dongara-Denison through her more than 15 years of voluntary involvement with the Irwin Districts Sub-Centre, St. John Ambulance."

Dr. JAMES HESLOP - JUNE 2002

"In recognition of his lifetime of service to the community through his dedicated and innovative approach to the various and often complex needs of those countless young people entrusted to his care."

MARYANNE JACKSON - JUNE 2002

"In recognition of her more than 20 years of service to the community through a range of organisations and personal activities that have and continue to give service to the 'needs of others."

JOE GREENLAND - JUNE 2002

"In recognition of his many years spent in 'service to others' and his support and involvement in a variety of organisations and projects to whom he has given so freely of his time and talents."

LESLIE SCANNELL - MAY 2002

"In recognition of his care and devotion to those young overseas students to whom he has and continues to extend his love and guidance"

MARGARET  COCKMAN (of WANNEROO, WA)  - APRIL 2002

"In recognition of more than 50 years of dedicated service to the people of Wanneroo. Through a range of organisations and endeavours that have and continue to give service to the needs of others"

JOHN BOLTON - APRIL 2002

"In recognition of his more than 50 years of dedicated service to the people of his community through a variety of organisations and personal activities that have and continue to give service to the needs of others"

SHIRLEY MACKENZIE - FEBRUARY 2002

"In recognition of more than 35 years of service to her community. Through a range of organisations and endeavours that have and continue to give service to the needs of others"

PAUL LAWRENCE ROBSON (of KALGOORLIE BOULDER, WA) - SEPTEMBER 2001

"In recognition of his many years of service to the people of Kalgoorlie Boulder. Through a range of organisations and endeavours that have and continue to give service to the needs of others"

LAURA MAE TOLLIDAY - SEPTEMBER 2001

"In recognition of more than 50 years of dedicated service to her community in a range of ongoing activities that have and continue to give service to the lives of others"

DIANE LESLEY TATE - SEPTEMBER 2001

"In recognition of her long term contribution to youth in her community and her valuable ongoing service to those with special needs"

WALTER LANE - AUGUST 2001

"In recognition of his long term voluntary contribution to the community and his valuable ongoing service to the aged and the disabled"

WANNEROO BUSH FIRE BRIGADE - JUNE 2001

"In recognition of their voluntary service and valuable contribution to the community by the members of the Wanneroo Bush Fire Brigade over a period of more than 40 years"

KAYE BOYLE - MAY 2001

"In recognition of a lifetime spent in the care of others, especially the aged and her special care and devotion to those in her community with special needs"

ALAN and MURIEL LEE (of QUINNS MINDARIE, WA) - APRIL 2001

"In recognition of their ongoing support of local community based organisations and their valued Commitment to and involvement in The Quinns Mindarie Surf Life Saving Club"

SHIRLEY LEMISH - APRIL 2001

"In recognition of her lifetime of voluntary service through both her own initiatives and her long term involvement in a range of organisations that give service to others on an ongoing basis"

VALERIE and WILLIAM ASHMAN - FEBRUARY 2001

"For their many years of dedicated service to youth and their organisation and staging of Blue Light Discos over a wide range of city and country venues"

MABEL CHATLEY - FEBRUARY 2001

"In recognition of her more than 25 years of dedicated services to the elderly people of our community in a wide range of important areas"

MARY STEWART - FEBRUARY 2001

"In recognition of her unceasing efforts on behalf of The Granny Speirs Community House and its many services over a period spanning more than 17 years"

STEWART and MARJORIE GIBBONS (of GERALDTON, WA) - JANUARY 2001

"In recognition of their dedicated service to St. John Ambulance and their invaluable service to the Geraldton Volunteer Sea Rescue Service since its inception in 1988"

CHARLES & JEAN PERCSY - NOVEMBER 2000

"For their almost 40 years, joint and individual, service and contribution to a wide range of community based organisations who give service to the needs of others or who give service to the personal development of others"

FRANCES MARY KAY CLARKSON - NOVEMBER 2000

"For her more than 30 years of exemplary service through her ongoing voluntary involvement in the Irwin Districts St. John Ambulance touching the lives of so many in the community"

FRANK and JOAN DRYSDALE - DECEMBER 2000

"For their lifetime of service to youth and their community through a wide range of activities to education through the card game numero and their substantial support of the Alzheimers Association"

MR. GARRY LOVELOCK - JUNE 2000

"For his many years of service and devotion to junior football"

ROSEMARY ANN LUCAS  - JUNE 2000

"For her care and devotion to others"

MARIE BURGESS - FEBRUARY 2000

"For her tenacity & endeavours with Tidy Town committee and the Red Cross"

JAMES FREDRICK BUTLER (of MOORA, WA) - FEBRUARY 2000

"For generosity and assistance to the Moora community"

KAROLYN MARY SACHSE (of BENCUBIN, WA) - JUNE 1999

"For her devotion and service to the people of Bencubbin and Districts with health care and community assistance"

MICK & CAROL LE FLOHIC - JUNE 1999

"For their devoted service and assistance to disabled athletes"

JOE HOLLOMBY - JUNE 1999

"For his devoted service in fund raising for Silver Chain and various other community organisations"

GORDON COLLINS - JUNE 1997

"For special care and devotion to his community and its needs over many years"

CECILY HEPWORTH - JUNE 1997

"For her devotion and service to the people of Morawa over a wide range of community activities spanning many years"

MARJORIE DOREEN JONES - JUNE 1997

"For her devoted service to the people of her community over more than 50 years"

HELEN FRANCES RYAN - JUNE 1997

"For her ongoing service to her fellow citizens through her work and support of organisations providing assistance to those in need"

MAY FAUNTLEROY (of JURIEN BAY, WA) - NOVEMBER 1996

"For her many years of exemplary service to the people of Jurien Bay and surrounds. Also her support of those organisations who give service to her community and beyond"

MRS CONNIE WEBB - NOVEMBER 1996

"For her dedication and contribution to Carers Association of Western Australia for exhibiting the highest ideals of community service"

SYLVIE MARSHALL - SEPTEMBER 1996

"For her many years of exemplary service to The McDonald Hose of Life exhibiting the highest ideals of community service"

ELLEN JOAN BUNNEY - JULY 1996

"Who has gladdened the hearts of many people within the community with her generous entertaining music over the years"

ROD WALTER SUTCLIFFE - JUNE 1996

"For his tireless work with the youth of the community"

LEONARD ALFRED PAGE - JANUARY 1996

"For his tireless work in optometry aid"