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Awarded for pride in their work

EFFORTS HONOURED: Rachel Loades, John Ryan, Julie Stokes, Amy Baxter, Cathy Thompson, Tammy Atwood, Almuth Lorenz, Linden Baker, Peter Demartini, Shaun Casey, Wanna Johnson, Barry Sanders, Kathleen Phillips (back), Catherine Peterson, Robyn Arndale, Karen Bartlett, Alanna Schneider, Joey Shapcott, Lara Mitton, Tammy Stevenson and Jodie Talbot all received Rotary Pride of Workmanship Awards on Mond
EFFORTS HONOURED: Rachel Loades, John Ryan, Julie Stokes, Amy Baxter, Cathy Thompson, Tammy Atwood, Almuth Lorenz, Linden Baker, Peter Demartini, Shaun Casey, Wanna Johnson, Barry Sanders, Kathleen Phillips (back), Catherine Peterson, Robyn Arndale, Karen Bartlett, Alanna Schneider, Joey Shapcott, Lara Mitton, Tammy Stevenson and Jodie Talbot all received Rotary Pride of Workmanship Awards on Mond

A TOTAL 0f 19 people received "Pride of Workmanship" awards from the Rotary Club of Airlie Beach on Monday night. Pride of Workmanship is an approved Rotary vocational project which recognises employees who consistently excel in the workplace.

The program allows employers to publicly recognise employees for their outstanding efforts by promoting job satisfaction and the theme "do it once, do it well".

Cathy Thomson

Whitsunday Crisis and

Counselling Service

Ms Thomson has been successful in obtaining the Specialist No Interest Loans Scheme (NILS) program for WCCS and has led the development of policy, procedure and implementation of this program.

Julie Stokes

Plants Whitsunday

Was recognised for performing her role exceptionally and making sure even the small or difficult things get addressed.

Amy Baxter

Plants Whitsunday

Was recognised for her consistently high level of organisation and great awareness of the needs of the business.

 

Linden Baker

Fauna Rescue Whitsunday

Ms Baker is a founding member and small mammal liaison officer.

Wanna Johnsen

Azure Sea Resort

Ms Johnsen worked with Azure Sea since their inception and has run the housekeeping department for six years.

Peter Demartini

St Vincent de Paul - Cannonvale

Mr Demartini is relocting at the end of October to live in Brisbane and will be sorely missed.

Gary Attwood

Gary Attwood Builders

Mr Attwood was nominated by Merewyn and Stan Wright after building an extension for their home.

Barry Sanders

St Catherine's Catholic College

Mr Sanders has worked at St Catherine's for about 17 months, already proving to be a very reliable worker who shows pride in all areas of his work.

Almuth Lorenz

Abel Point Marina

Ms Lorenz was awarded for giving 120 per cent at all times. Her knowledge, work ethics and commitment are invaluable to the organisation.

Shaun Casey

The Stihl Shop Whitsunday

Mr Casey was nominated for always going above and beyond to ensure all customers are comfortable with their power tools.

Rachel Loades

Whitsundays Pharmacy

She was nominated by a customer, Merewyn Wright who said on a number of occasions she had observed the professional manner in which Ms Loades handled clients.

Eight employees from Big4 Adventure Whitsunday Resort

Catherine Paterson, Tammy Stevenson, Alanna Schneider, Robin Arndale, Joey Shapcott, Lara Mitton, Jodie Talbot and Karen Bartlett from Big4 Adventure Whitsunday Resort all recieved awards. They were nominated for outstanding customer service, including a happy approach, enthusiasm and always going above and beyond to ensure that every guest leaves with wonderful holiday memories of Airlie Beach.


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