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Clem Kentish and Australia Day WA Awards

Congratulations to this years award winners.

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Clem Kentish Community Service Award

Guidelines for the Award

  • Minimum length of service to the community is to have been at least twenty (20) years.
  • Nominee is to have served on several committees that have benefited the community.
  • Nominee is to be a resident of the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale.
  • Either organisations or individuals may make nominations for the award.
  • Winner is to be presented with a lapel badge and plaque at the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale’s Australia Day Awards’ Ceremony.
Nominations for the Clem Kentish Community Service Award are not able to be submitted at the Australia Day website, a nomination form is available for download below.

Clem Kentish Community Service Award Recipients

Since 1989 the prestigious Clem Kentish Award has been presented to some inspiring members of our community. Congratulations to Sue Mead who was presented with the award this year, Sue has lived in the Shire her whole life and has served on various community organisations for more than 20 years! 

YearRecipient
1989

Vera Harris

1990

Stella Manning

1991

Joan Avard

1992

Pat McMillan

1993

Ray Baker

1994

Frederic Senior

1995

Dawn Daw

1996

Ron Marsh

1997

Jan Pascall

1998

Myra Baldwin

1999

Roxie Shilcock

2000

Darryl Ronan

2001

Athol Wigg JP

2002

Eric Muller

2003

Lucy Denholm

2004

Donald Daw

2005

Nancy Scade

2006

Ronald & Ada Fawcett

2007

Jan Star AM

2008

Edward (Ted) Bett

2009

Brian Johnson (Posthumous)

2010

Colleen & Frank Rankin

2011

Denyse Needham

2013

Janis Johnson

2014

Ray Elliot

2015

Robert Gibb

2016

Mike Muller

2017

Sue Mead

2018

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Australia Day WA Community Citizen of the Year Awards

Congratulations to the Australia Day WA Community Citizen of the Year Award winners

CategoryRecipent

Citizen of the Year

Torin and Susan Johnstone

Senior Citizen of the Year

Graham Sampson

The Australia Day WA Community Citizen of the Year Awards were presented by the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale at our Australia Day event held on Australia Day 2018. The Patron of the Community Citizen of the Year Awards is Her Excellency the Governor of Western Australia.

The Awards reward and recognise individuals and organisations making a notable contribution during the current year, and/or to those who have given outstanding service over a number of years.

Outstanding contribution and community service includes areas such as; education, health, fund-raising, charitable and voluntary services, business, sport, arts, the environment or any other area that contributes to the advancement and wellbeing of a community.

There are four categories for the Australia Day WA Community Citizen of the Year Awards:

  • Citizen of the Year
  • Citizen of the Year (Youth - under 25 years on 26 Jan 2018)
  • Citizen of the Year (Senior - over 65 years on 26 Jan 2018)
  • Active Citizenship for a Community Group or Event

Nominations for the Australia Day WA Community Citizen of the Year Awards closed on Tuesday 31 October 2017.

For more information about Australia Day WA Citizen of the Year Awards visit www.citizenshipawards.com.au.