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The Pride of Workmanship award is presented to people who have been nominated by their employer or colleagues for providing outstanding service to their organisation.  This service can be in the way of outstanding loyalty to the job, the clients, or the organisation.  They make a huge difference to the enterprise.

Rotary likes to acknowledge some of the many outstanding employees who do more than they are required for their employer by having a ceremony, and presenting each of the recipients with a framed certificate.  A citation is read, publicly acknowledging the recipient’s excellence.  Employers and family members are invited to attend the ceremony.

The next award presentation is on April 6th, 2020 and nominations close on Monday 2nd March, 2020.

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Pride of Workmanship Awarded to Courtney Harnwell, Mount Lawley Golf Club, July 2019

Published 19/07/2019

Congratulations to Courtney Harnwell who was awarded the Pride of Workmanship Award by the Rotary Club of Mount Lawley . Courtney who was nominated by the Mount Lawley Golf Club for her excellent service. The Mt Lawley Golf Club recommended Courtney for the award as she is well respected by her colleagues, sociable, personable and very deserving of the award. Courtney is pictured receiving her award from Geoffrey Russell from the Mount Lawley Golf Club.

Pride of Workmanship Awarded to Jaroe Delaney, Morley Salvation Army, July 2019

Published 21/07/2019

Jaroe Delaney was nominated for the Rotary Club of Mount Lawley's Pride of Workmanship Award by Morley Salvation Army in recognition of his attitude at work. They advised that you could always rely on Jaroe and that he treats all with the utmost respect. Congratulations on the award Jaroe. Jaroe is pictured receiving his award from Geoffrey Russell (left).