2011 TrustPower Timaru Community Awards
The Caroline Bay Association took home the Supreme Award at the 2011 TrustPower Timaru Community Awards, which were announced and presented on Monday 4 July.
There were 30 voluntary groups and organisations nominated for the TrustPower Timaru Community Awards.
Jessica Brien from Mountainview College won the TrustPower Youth Community Spirit Award for her amazing contribution to her school and community. For more information about Jessica click here.
Above: TrustPower Community Relations Manager Graeme Purches (back left), Timaru Mayor Janie Annear (back right) with representatives from the Caroline Bay Association, Supreme Winners of the 2011 TrustPower Timaru Community Awards.
Above: All the winners from the 2011 TrustPower Timaru Community Awards.
For a full list of Award winners see below:
Heritage and Environment
Winner: South Canterbury Museum Volunteers
Health and Well Being
Winner: Victoria Trust
Runner-Up: South Canterbury Provincial Rural Women
Arts and Culture
Winner: Ryth-Mix Singers
Runner-Up: Temuka Clandyeboye Floral Art Group
Sport and Leisure
Winner: Aoraki Sports Persons Charitable Trust (ASPECT)
Runner-Up: Geraldine Archery Club
Educational and Child/Youth Development
Winner: Aoraki District St John Youth
Runner-Up: Mid South Canterbury Plunket