Awards

Each year the Club recognises significant contributions of individuals both vocationally and in service to the Community.

 

PETER GREANEY AND ROTARY PEACE FELLOWSHIP REFLECTIONS

Peter Greaney reflects about his time with the Rotary Peace and Conflict Studies Fellowship and gives special thanks to Rob Helme and Bob Fels for their support and guidance: "I feel I have returned to Australia a better person due to the experience and I am sure my leadership skills have been enhanced. I will continue to work in the area of peace building. Exactly where the road will lead I do not know, but I do know that I will do my little bit to make the world a better place."

 

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Young Achiever's Award

The annual Young Achievers Award recognizes up to three persons in the age group 18 – 26 who have achieved outstanding success in their education or training and who have also made a significant contribution in the form of service to the community.

 

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Monash Medal

The Monash Medal is awarded for - Leadership, Integrity and Service - Values of Sir John Monash and of Rotary - to an outstanding Australian who has made a significant contribution to the Australian community and beyond.

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Sir John Reid Community Service Award

The annual Sir John Reid Community Service Award is administered by the Community Welfare Committee of the Club and recognises individuals in the Victorian community whose voluntary community service is judged to be worthy of special notice.

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Vocational Service Award

Vocational Service Award is presented annually to a person who has achieved a high level of excellence in their vocation and through such vocation has rendered outstanding service to the community.

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Senior's Award

This Award is given by the Health and Aging Committee to recognise a person aged 60 years or over, who in satisfying the principle of "Service above Self" has made a positive contribution to the lives of older people.

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