Corinne awarded City of Maitland Service Award
A big congratulations to our Volunteer Coordinator, Corinne Frost, who was awarded a City of Maitland Service Award by Mayor, Loretta Baker at a special presentation ceremony on Tuesday 11th June 2019.
A big congratulations to our Volunteer Coordinator, Corinne Frost, who was awarded a City of Maitland Service Award by Mayor, Loretta Baker at a special ceremony on 11th June 2019.
Presented annually, the Maitland City Service Award, recognises a volunteer who has, through their initiative and dedication, made a positive contribution to enhancing the lives of others in Maitland. There were six very worth nominees in 2019 from a variety of fields including suicide prevention, domestic violence, sporting groups and the historical society to name just a few.
Corinne has been a regular volunteer with The Mai-Wel Group for more than 14 years. She has also established an Adult Literacy and Numeracy Program which is taught weekly and in 2014 she received the Frank Higgs Volunteer of the Year Award. In the same year, Corinne was appointed to the position of Coordinator of Volunteers, a role which she volunteers part of her time to undertake.
Well done Corinne, and thank you for your ongoing contribution to Mai-Wel!
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Image Caption: Mayor Loretta Baker and Corinne at the City of Maitland Service Award presentation morning.