Pride in Work Awards 2021
 
We received eight (8) nominations for a Pride in Work Award which were presented at our Club Meeting on Tuesday 19th October2021.
 
The nominations were from:
  • Tawa College (2 nominations)
  • Linden School
  • Tawa Squash Club
  • Enliven Longview Home
  • Nada Bakery
  • Tawa Village Bakery and Café
  • Tawa Residents Association
 
Our guest speaker, Professor Chris Gallavin, LLB Hons (Cant) was fantastic -  more details next week.
 
Congratulations to the following nominees who received Pride in Work Awards (photo: Zapdog Photography):
 
 
 
Lynda Campbell
Your commitment, your willingness to always give 100%, your high standards of work and your great customer service focus are exemplary. You are recognised as an integral member of the Nada Bakery Team.
 
Lindsay Shaw
Your commitment to both your family and your role at Tawa Village Bakery and coffee Shop is valued. To achieve such a high level of knowledge and confidence in such a relatively short time is very impressive.
 
Peter Bowers
Your initiative and invaluable contribution to the ongoing success of the Tawa Squash Club. You take great pride in your work and go far beyond the call of duty helping the Club achieve its reputation as a successful, modern and innovative Club.
 
Donna Waru
Your pro-active and passionate contribution to your students at Linden School. Your focus on enabling them to succeed is to be admired. Nothing is ever too much for you to do to support your students.
 
Stacey Richardson
Your commitment and leadership of the Spring into Tawa Committee has seen the annual event grow into a major celebration of what is good about Tawa. Your voluntary contribution to the success of the festival is significant.
 
Priyanka Chettri
Your professionalism, focus and attitude as Clinical Co-ordinator at Longview Home has enhanced the life of its residents and has positively supported staff in their clinical care of those in the Home.
 
Tracey Souness
Your commitment and positive contribution as Tawa College Principal’s secretary, your tireless and proactive support to students and staff has helped create a culture of care for the College community who are informed, listened to and respected.
 
Colin Thoms
Your ‘can do’ attitude and commitment as caretaker of Tawa College is exemplary. Nothing is too difficult and your contribution to the life of the school community reflects your high service ethic.
 
This evening also celebrated a Paul Harris Fellow awarded to Tawa College Principal, Murray Lucas for his significant commitment to the Tawa community. He retires from Tawa College after 20 years at the end of 2021. Picture of Murray Lucas with President Karyn Meade (source: Zapdog Photography).