Rotary Club Of Maroubra Awards Programs

Rotary Club Of Maroubra Awards Programs:

Pride of Workmanship Awards:

These awards are given each year by the Rotary Club of Maroubra to nominees employed within the Maroubra area.  The objective of the Pride of Workmanship Award is to deliver recognition to people who are often considered to be the heartbeat of an organization, but who often can go without being recognized and thanked for their outstanding efforts.

Unsung Volunteer Awards:

The Rotary Club of Maroubra's Unsung Volunteers Award is presented to people who perform selfless acts of longstanding voluntary service to the community of Maroubra.

It was established to honour people within the Maroubra area who continuously give of themselves without expectation of recognition or reward.
The Award is run as an acknowledgement of the vital role that volunteers  play in our community, and the need to recognise their efforts which are so essential for the success of all local community activities and programs.

Rotary Police Awards

The Rotary Police Officer of the Year Awards are an opportunity for the Rotary Clubs of Maroubra and Randwick, on behalf of the community, to recognise the outstanding service of the officers in the NSW Police Service in the Eastern Beaches and Botany Bay Local Area Commands.

In February 2011 the Rotary Clubs of Maroubra and Randwick held the inaugural event involving the Eastern Beaches Local Area Command and the Botany Bay Local Area Command.   In previous years we were privileged to have as special guests: the Minister for Police and Emergency Services; the NSW Police Commissioner, Deputy Commissioner, Assistant Commissioner; and Commanders of the  Eastern Beaches and Botany Bay Local Area Commands.  The Mayors of Randwick and Botany Bay, the Federal Member for Kingsford and the State Members for  Coogee, Heffron and Maroubra have been very supportive of the Police Awards.

In 2016 the Rotary Clubs were very fortunate to have the support and major sponsorship of the Randwick City Council and the City of Botany Bay Council as well as Royal Randwick Shopping Centre, The Juniors, and the Southern Courier.

The Rotary Police Awards were held in April 2016 and over 36 finalists in various categories were recognised and presented with certificates and trophies. The ‘Top Cop’ from Eastern Beaches Local Area Command and Botany Local Area Command then went on to the State Awards held later in 2016. Randwick City Council and City of Botany Bay Council each presented the Mayor’s Perpetual Trophy to a worthy Probationary Constable.