Pride in Workmanship

Club Contact: David Sommerlad



Pride in Workmanship

Castle Hill Country Club

(6.30 pm for 7 pm)

The Rotary Club of Castle Hill “Pride In Workmanship” awards are given each year to nominees employed within the Castle Hill area.

This is one of many initiatives by the club to recognize outstanding effort within the community. Others include “Excellence in Teaching”, which was held on March 25th and “Apprentice of the Year” which was held on 7th August 2011.

The objective of the Pride In Workmanship” award is to deliver recognition to people who are often considered to be the heartbeat of an organization, but who often can go without being recognized and thanked for their outstanding efforts.

The key criteria are:

·         A person who is recognized as representing their employer in good light.

·         A person who has a role that is not necessarily in management, but is vital to the on     going success of a business.

·         A person who ordinarily is not formally recognized for the vital part they play

Typical nominees are bank tellers, receptionists, grounds people, personal assistants etc.

Nominations are closing for 2011, with 5 people from our community being recipients of the award.

If you would like to attend the evening and support the awardees, as well as enjoying some Rotary fellowship, please email Glynis Macri



There is a $35.00 cover charge for the meal.