Hunt for young achievers

Elise Van AkenGeraldton Guardian
Geraldton BMX champion Corey Taylor was nominated for the 2020 7NEWS Young Achiever Surge Fitness Sports Award.
Camera IconGeraldton BMX champion Corey Taylor was nominated for the 2020 7NEWS Young Achiever Surge Fitness Sports Award. Credit: Ellie Honeybone/The Geraldton Guardian

If a young person has impressed you, why not nominate them for the recognition they deserve?

The 7NEWS Young Achiever Awards will launch next Monday 9th November 2020, a state-wide search for amazing young people who make real differences in their community and region.

Some categories open for nominations include the Masonic Care WA / Freemasons WA Community Service and Volunteering Award, the Catholic Education WA Young Leadership Award, the Surge Fitness Sports Award, the First National Real Estate Innovation Award, the Town of Victoria Park Arts and Culture Award, the Awards Australia Regional Service Award, the Qoin Small Business Achiever Award and the Totally Smiles Dental Group Health and Wellbeing Award.

Great prizes will be up for grabs, with every person nominated to receive a certificate of achievement.

To submit a nomination, visit youngachieverawards.com, select “WA”, then click “Nominate Now”. Alternatively, call 9201 1155 and pass on your nominees details.

Nominations close on January 27.

For further details visit www.youngachieverawards.com

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