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Greenbushes residents rewarded for effort

Posted by on 18/07/2018

Greenbushes locals thanked: Greenbushes residents accepted Certificates of Appreciation from the Ratepayers and Residents Association for their efforts in helping secure the town’s win in the recent Keep Australia Beautiful Tidy Towns Sustainable Communities Awards.Photo: Debbie WalshCommunity groups and local Greenbushes residents were thanked by the Greenbushes Ratepayers and Residents Association for all their hard work and effort in helping secure the town’s 2016 win in the Western Australian Keep Australia Beautiful Tidy Towns Awards.
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These awards are designed to encourage, motivate and celebrate sustainability achievements of rural and regional communities across Australia.

Certificates were presented to representatives from all local community groups and individuals who had helped carry out projects large and small which improved the “livability” and “sustainability” of Greenbushes.

Greenbushes Ratepayers and Residents Association President Leanne Green presented Shire Chief Executive Officer Tim Clynch with a replica of the town’s recent Tidy Towns Award trophy.

Appreciated: Greenbushes Ratepayers and Residents Association President Leanne Green (centre) presents flowers to Tidy Towns Coordinator Leonie Eastcott and a replica of the town’s trophy to Bridgetown Greenbushes Shire Chief Executive Officer Tim Clynch at the recent end of year barbecue hosted by the organisation.

Greenbushes Tidy Towns Committee Coordinator Leonie Eastcott was presented with a bouquet of flowers for her efforts over many years in leading the town’s Tidy Towns bid and thanked Debbie Walsh for compiling the portfolios for the judging each year.

Residents including families enjoyed a whole day celebration on Saturday December 3 with the town’s Community Christmas Tree providing children’s entertainment in the lead up to the annual Ratepayers and Residents barbecue.

The award-winning town is now preparing for a visit by the National Tidy Towns Judge in the new year with the Australian Tidy Towns Awards presented in April or May 2017.

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