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The importance of NAIDOC Awards
Each year the NAIDOC awards are presented across the country to deserving individuals in the community. These people excel in their field and are nominated and voted on by their peers in recognition of the individual achievements and/or impact their work has had in the community. The privilege of being nominated or winning a NAIDOC award has far reaching and positive impact on not only individuals but communities. If you know or have seen someone who deserves a Bundaberg and District NAIDOC Award nomination, take two minutes now to act on your thoughts, and make a difference to their life.
How to nominate someone for a NAIDOC award
The best way to nominate is by clicking the link here and using the electronic format which assists you in choosing appropriate categories and information required. To be recognised for a job well done is uplifting and an important progression in life. A NAIDOC award or even nomination is an achievement that can be included in a personal resume, on applications for programs, courses and jobs, so consider this…two minutes of your life now could really make someone’s day and may even help define their future path.
… click here to vote
The 2017 NOMINEES are:
Female Elder of the year – Roslyn Long (Aunty Alice) & Melinda Holden
Male Elder of the year- Andtip Warrior (Uncle Andy & Bruce Little
Person of the year – Pepe Link & Raelene Chambers
Youth of the year – Taylor Mary-Stuart & Tane Williams
Scholar of the year – Jeanette Wimbus & Christi Chapman
Apprentice/Trainee of the year – Isaiah Gala & Robert Entermann
Artist of the year – Nicole Wone & Diana Fatiaki
Sportsperson of the year – Josh Tanner & Danny Moran
Community Project of the year – Bundaberg Sea/Land Ranger Project & Making Tracks Construction Skills