Michael D’Elboux the ACT 2014 Volunteer of the Year

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General Jeffery and Michael D'elboux

Last night the National Museum played host to the 2014 Volunteer of the year awards.

The winners are:

    Individual Awards

  • ACT Volunteer of the Year 2014, Michael D’Elboux, nominated by Kulture Break
  • ACT Volunteer Team of the Year 2014, St. Nick’s Young Carer Program, nominated by the St Vincent de Paul Society
  • Arts and Environment Winner – Michael D’Elboux, nominated by Kulture Break
  • Community Care and Health Winner – Fred Luskan, nominated by IRT Kangara Waters Retirement Village
  • Community Service Winner – Margaret McCulloch nominated by the Pain Support ACT Canberra Branch of the Australian Pain Management Association
  • Education, Science and Technology Winner – Noureen Rainsford, nominated by Barnardos Canberra
  • Sport and Recreation Winner – Margo Wade, nominated by Pegasus Riding for the Disabled ACT
  • Young Person Winner – Georgia Lee-Abbott, nominated by the Australian Red Cross
  • Emergency Services Winner – Sandra Malnar, nominated by the Volunteers in Policing Program
  • Skilled Volunteer Winner – Garry Watson, nominated by the YMCA of Canberra

    Team Category Winners

  • Arts and Environment Winner – Volunteer Interpreter Program nominated by Conservation Volunteers Australia
  • Community Care and Health Winner – Covenant Care@Holy Covenant Volunteers nominated by Palliative Care ACT
  • Community Service Winner – Woden Community Service’s Home and Community Care Volunteer Team
  • Education Science and Technology Winner – Sts Peter and Paul Primary School Tutors, nominated by Sts Peter and Paul Primary School
  • Sport and Recreation Winner – Arthritis ACT – Warm Water Exercise Program, nominated by Arthritis and Osteoporosis ACT
  • Youth Team Winner – St. Nick’s Young Carer Program, nominated by the St Vincent de Paul Society
  • Emergency Services Winner – St John Ambulance Australia ACT – Canberra Division, nominated by St John Ambulance Australia ACT

[Pictured, Michael D’Elboux and Governor-General, His Excellency General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove]

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