Employees recognised for pride of workmanship

Rotary Club of Terrigal Pride of Workmanship Awards with Adam Crouch (centre)

Six Gosford City employment based community members who display outstanding qualities in terms of approach, dedication, attitude and commitment to service were recognised by the Rotary Club of Terrigal, at their Rotary Pride of Workmanship Awards held at the Breakers Country Club, Wamberal, on October 8, 2015.

Participating businesses and organisations promote the Pride of Workmanship theme of “Do it once- do it well” throughout their organisation and nominate employees worthy of recognition, not only within the organisation, but the wider community.

Nominees of the Pride of Workmanship Program are presented with recognition of their achievements.

The award recipients were: Luke Martin, personal trainer with Fitness First Erina; Greg de Zeeuw, a painter and decorator with Pro Cote Painting; Donna Haddock, who works in hospitality at Surf Café Terrigal; Elizabeth Todd, who is a secretary for the Small Business Network Group in Erina; Steve Madden, who is maintenance supervisor at Tarragal Glen Retirement Village; and, Brett Way, who is a builder for BSW Constructions.

Club President, Ms Jill Hamilton, said that this was a special night where those who’s work and attitude mark them out amongst others as showing Vocational Excellence were honoured.

“This award can be given in any field of work or profession. “It marks the view of the nominator, that the nominee demonstrates exemplary work or service.

“The service provided by the nominee in turn helps grow the business by encouraging repeat business and referrals, builds good relationships, promotes ethical and fair practices and provides value for money,” she said.

The Member for Terrigal, Mr Adam Crouch MP, presented the awards.

Media release,
Oct 16, 2015
David Mylan,
Rotary of Terrigal