Seniors who help the Central Coast thrive have been recognised for their efforts, Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast, Adam Crouch MP presenting residents with a Local Achievement Award as part of the 2022 NSW Seniors Festival.
Award winners received their award at a special Afternoon Tea at Breakers Country Club to recognise their valuable impact on the community.
“Congratulations to Jenny McCulla from Davistown Progress Association and Mervyn Lane from Terrigal 50 plus.”
“These recipients showcase the qualities of seniors who make our region a diverse, active an inspirational place to live,” Mr Crouch said.
“I congratulate and thank them for their generous contributions, remarkable skills and extensive knowledge which continues to benefit our community.”
The award winners were carefully selected from a wide range of nominees and highlight the diverse ways seniors support their families, communities and society more broadly.
Minister for seniors, Mark Coure, said the awards program and festival are key initiatives in the NSW Government’s ongoing commitment to supporting seniors.
“NSW has an ageing population and we continue to respond to the challenges and opportunities that come with this,” Mr Coure said.
“We are striving towards our vision of creating a state where residents experience the benefits of living longer, while being able to contribute, be included and actively participate in their communities.”
For more information about NSW Seniors Festival and the Local Achievement Awards, please visit: seniorsfestival.nsw.gov.au.