Time is running out to nominate someone for the 2013 Campaspe Shire Australia Day awards.December 6, 2012 4:30am
Nominations for the 2013 Campaspe Shire Australia Day awards close this Sunday.
Winners are chosen from each of the five areas of the shire: Kyabram, Tongala, Rushworth, Echuca and Rochester.
There are winners for each category from each area and also an overall shire winner of each category.
Award categories: Citizen of the Year (25 years or older), Young Citizen of the Year (15 to 25 years), Sportsperson of the Year (over 18 years), Junior Sportsperson of the Year (up to 18 years), Community Group/Event of the Year and Arts Person/Group of the Year.
Nomination forms are available from Campaspe Shire service centres or from any of the Australia Day committees and must be received by 5
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