Pride of Workmanship

This initiative of the Rotary Club of Loxton was designed to acknowledge people who take pride in their work in the Loxton community, whether that be paid or as a volunteer.

Dr Kerry Halupka (left) was guest speaker in 2022. A former Loxton High School student, she studied mechatronic engineering and helped develop the bionic eye. An outstanding speaker.

There are two awards:

Pride of Workmanship – Individual

This recognises individuals who have demonstrated a high standard of commitment to a job well done, and worked consistently to the best of their ability.

Nominations are invited from employers or community members who have experienced a high standard of service from an employee.

Pride of Workmanship – Business

This is for a company, small business, self-employed person or sole trader, who demonstrates a high standard of commitment to both internal and external customers.

Nominations are invited from customers or clients who have personally experienced exceptional service.

Rotary invites you to nominate an individual or business that, in your opinion, displays such qualities. Nomination forms are available from April each year, both from the Loxton Chamber of Commerce or hard-copies from the Loxton Library and Loxton Council offices.

Accepted nominees will be notified by their nominator or a Rotarian, and invited to receive their award as guests of the Rotary Club of Loxton at a presentation dinner usually held on a Saturday evening in May.  At each dinner a guest speaker is invited to address and motivate those in attendance with their own story of excellence.  The speaker is often a former Loxton High School student who has shone in their field.

For more information contact:

Paula Nitschke
Vocational Services Director
Rotary Club of Loxton