HARD WORKERS: Rotary Club of Lismore West president-elect Doug Ridley; Michael Bill (MKB Automotive, Lismore); Aaron Bryant (Lismore Diesel Service); John Murray (regional manager, Northern Rivers of NSW Business Chamber); Gilio and Julie Pasin (Gibbo’s Auto Spares, Lismore); Helen Brand (Brand’s Pharmacy, Lismore) and Darren Olive (City Toyota, Lismore) at the Pride of Workmanship Award presentation.
HARD WORKERS: Rotary Club of Lismore West president-elect Doug Ridley; Michael Bill (MKB Automotive, Lismore); Aaron Bryant (Lismore Diesel Service); John Murray (regional manager, Northern Rivers of NSW Business Chamber); Gilio and Julie Pasin (Gibbo’s Auto Spares, Lismore); Helen Brand (Brand’s Pharmacy, Lismore) and Darren Olive (City Toyota, Lismore) at the Pride of Workmanship Award presentation.

Rotary award honours workmanship of Lismore businesses

THE Rotary Club of Lismore West recently presented Rotary Vocational Service Pride of Workmanship Awards to employees of five Lismore businesses.

Recipients were Michael Bill, Aaron Bryant, Gilio and Julie Pasin, Helen Brand and Darren Olive.

Rotary club historian Norm Robinson said the award, launched in 1975, aimed to encourage pride in personal performance in the workplace.

"This Rotary award is made to a person who exhibits vocational excellence, pride of workmanship and a desire to go beyond the call of duty and who reflects a deeply caring approach to his/her vocation," he said.

 



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