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>