Holroyd City Council in Awards Contention

Holroyd City Council is one of three finalists for the AAMI Service to the Community honours to be presented annual One Community Awards next Monday (Sept 27). <br><br> The fourth annual One Community Awards will be hosted during Grand Final week for the first time, with the star-studded cocktail event at Sydney’s Town Hall launching the most exciting array of Telstra Premiership Grand Final week celebrations in the game’s history. <br><br> The One Community Awards pay tribute to the game’s unsung heroes from across the country – the mums, dads, volunteers, coaches, teachers, development officers, clubs and officials – who tirelessly dedicate themselves to helping others enjoy the game. <br><br> The AAMI Service to the Community award is presented to a grassroots volunteer, administrator, player, Club or organisation for providing an outstanding service to the community through their involvement in rugby league. <br><br> AAMI will provide $5,000 towards the winner’s community program <br><br> <b>The finalists are: <br><br> Holroyd City Council, Paul Spiteri Disability Services <br> Chris Sheppard, Northern Pride Rugby League Club <br> Margaret Gordon, The Outback Challenge, CRL.</b>