The winners of the 2014 Australia Day awards were announced at ceremonies across Greater Shepparton today.January 26, 2014 2:00pm
Australia Day Award Winners
Greater Shepparton Citizen of the Year Barry Campbell
Greater Shepparton Young Citizen of the Year Brandan Reilly
Greater Shepparton Community Event of the Year Murchison Tomato Festa
Arcadia Citizen of the Year Chris Ferguson
Arcadia Young Citizen of the Year Ellie Porter
Mooroopna Citizen of the Year Barry Campbell
Mooroopna Young Citizen of the Year Nathan Booth
Mooroopna Sports Award Lloyd Payne
Murchison Citizen of the Year David Weidenbach
Murchison Young Citizen of the Year Brandan Reilly
Murchison Community Event of the Year Murchison Tomato Festa
Murchison Sports Award Murchison Football Netball Club
Murchison Junior Sports Award Kiara Catania
Murchison Education Award Leticia Keady
Murchison Club/Service Organisation Murchison Primary School Parents Club
Tatura Citizen of the Year Veronica Dowell
Tatura Young Citizen of the Year Sam Wood
Tatura Community Event of the Year Tatura 200
Tatura Sports Award Tatura-Shepparton Race Club
Tatura Business Award Tatura Community Opportunity Shop
Toolamba Citizen of the Year William McDonald
Toolamba Community Event Toolamba Fishing Club
Toolamba Community Service Award Jenny Davey
Shepparton Citizen of the Year Malcolm Watt
Shepparton Young Citizen of the Year Alaina Tuckett
Shepparton Community Event of the Year Georgy Awards
Shepparton Sports Award Keith Wellman
Shepparton Junior Sports Award Will Brodie
Shepparton Education Award Dayna Tinline
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