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Nominations open for Howick Celebrated Citizens Awards

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Source: Auckland Council

Do you know someone who deserves to be recognised? Nominate them for a Howick Celebrated Citizens Award.

“We have people doing an amazing array of tasks right across our area,” Howick Local Board Chair David Collings says.

“There are incredible volunteers everywhere. Many of them toil away without any kind of recognition and we want to put that right and celebrate their commitment to our community.”

The judges will be looking for good people from the Howick area whose work benefits people and their communities. Judges will consider their length of service and any other significant factors, such as influence in wider Auckland.

The emphasis is on voluntary work but if you know someone who makes an outstanding contribution through their paid employment, you can nominate them too.

To make a nomination complete this online form.

Nominations close at 5pm on 12 May.

Full criteria and categories are available on the nomination site.

If you have a question, email linda.bercusson@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz

An awards ceremony will be held at the Howick Club on 26 May from 6pm-9pm.

Award categories

The categories available are:

  • Rising Star – a young person (up to 18 years old) who has put Howick “on the map” through an exceptional act or achievement
  • Exceptional Service  for a local business that provides prompt, friendly service from start to finish
  • My Place  a newcomer/new immigrant who has embraced the local community by way of service and involvement and encouraged others to do so
  • Youth Development  someone who has created/coached/mentored a group of youth into a successful group or team to achieve a positive outcome
  • Arts Award  a resident who is an exceptional artist – music, performance or visual arts
  • Kauri Award  for long-standing contribution to maintaining Howick’s beauty and ecological sustainability
  • Golden Heart Award  for that one person who goes the extra mile to serve the community, be it school patrol supervisor, volunteer driver etc
  • Citizen of the Year – this award is for the person who, either voluntarily or through their work, has made a significant contribution to the Howick ward (all nominees will be considered for this award)

All you need do is complete this form, providing the details of the person you are nominating and the category, along with your contact details.

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