SOUTH AUSTRALIA

South Australian Community Achievement Awards


2015 Winners

All Winners with Mike Smithson, Channel 7 and Hon Susan Close MP Minister for Education and Child Development

 

Grandeur Press Sports Award

Jamie McInerney of Mount Gambier has defied the odds, to become an athlete, after sustaining a severe brain injury from a horrific car accident at the age of 5. Her fighting determination saw Jamie learn to walk again, slowly recover her speech and develop a passion for athletics. In 2011 she was selected to represent Australia at the International Paralympic Athletics World Championships and she has been named again in the 2016 Rio Paralympics squad. Jamie recently broke a 20 year old discus Australian Open Record.

 

Hunt & Hunt Lawyers Community Road Safety Award

Whyalla Road Safety Centre has been delivering high quality road safety programs for 38 years. They offer a unique bike education program for primary school children encouraging them to get outside, have fun, travel safely and gain independence and freedom. After a 90-minute lesson, including age appropriate videos, the children are fitted for bikes and helmets and taught how to use them appropriately. On the track they listen to a talk about rules, lights, crossings and general safety. 9 volunteers run the Centre with 1,966 children completing the program last year.

 

Carers SA Carer Achievement Award

Barry Samuel of Gumeracha has worked tirelessly for the past 22 years to raise awareness of the needs of mental health Carers. Barry and his wife Rhonda are both mental health Carers for two of their sons, and also support their middle son whose partner recently suicided. Barry is a member of Mental Illness Fellowship SA’s Mood Disorders Carers Support Group. He is also a Carer Mentor at the South East Carers Community Respite and Carer Centre and is the Ambassador for “Blue Voices”. Barry has dedicated himself to making the “Carer’s Voice” heard in the broader community

 

Junction Australia Connecting Communities Award

Milang and District Community Association is a volunteer organisation with 120 hardworking volunteers who run a number of community entities. The Milang Old School House provides a diverse range of programs including emergency assistance, home and community care, community transport and adult education. The Shoreline Community is a social enterprise providing training opportunities for local people and the Lakes Hub supplies environmental information on the Coorong Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth. The Growing Life Connections program brings together 8 community organisations to provide one on one support to vulnerable community members.

  

Alzheimers Australia SA Dementia Care Excellence Award

Careship Coorong demonstrates the benefits of care farming for people with dementia, using a working farm as an alternative care model. They promote care farming through presentations and workshops, raising awareness of people living with dementia. Run by volunteers and funded by grants and community funding, the free-range snail farm was the first true care farm. The current 15 participants mostly live alone and are isolated from their community. They now find themselves valuable contributors to the farm and take pride in their cooking and sharing forgotten knowledge.

 

Rural Doctors Workforce Agency Rural Community Health and Wellbeing Award

Kristina Alexander of Robe is a founding member of the Robe Surf Life Saving Club and continues as a patrolling lifesaver, volunteer and President. Establishing the “Robe Surf Life Saving Committee” last year, Kristina gained a successful grant application from Clubs SA for surf live saving equipment and sought donations of used equipment from other surf lifesaving clubs. She is currently working towards a permanent premises for the Club. On top of this, Kristina looks after her own family, a hairdressing business and is a Councillor with the District of Robe Council.

 

 

Prime Super Community Group of the Year Award

Seeds of Affinity - Pathways for Women of Croydon offers support and education to women who have been in prison. The program offers peer teaching, with an emphasis on raising self-esteem, self-worth and confidence. Women learn social interaction, teamwork, cooking, computer skills, gardening and baking. Seeds of Affinity also manufacture their own range of toiletries with profits going back in to the program. Last year, they launched a booklet called Captive Minds – Truth Behind Bars, Realities of Women’s Imprisonment in South Australia, which has sold 700 copies to date.

 

2014 Winners

2014 Winners with MC Mike Smithson (Channel 7) and the Honourable Zoe Bettison MP, Minister for Communities and Social Inclusion.

 

ALZHEIMER’S AUSTRALIA SOUTH AUSTRALIA DEMENTIA CARE EXCELLENCE AWARD
BARUNGA VILLAGE of Port Broughton is passionate about supporting people with and affected by dementia, providing care for those in their purpose built dementia care unit as well as clients in their own homes. Their belief that life does not stop when dementia starts, is evident in their education of staff and by providing a lifestyle of choice for clients. In 2011, after 10 years of fundraising, they opened “Gloria’s Coffee Shop” for clients and their families who are unable to go out to the shops. Barunga Village also has their own residential choir made up of residents who are invited to sing at numerous community events.

The Barunga Village team with Kathryn Cunningham, Chief Executive Officer at Alzheimer's Australia South Australia

 

ANGOVE FAMILY WINEMAKERS SMALL BUSINESS ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
RAINBOW FRESH of Lewiston is a family owned business specialising in growing and producing gourmet lettuces. The Giangregoria family grow and process their products on site and sell to both retail and in bulk. Over the past 12 months they have undertaken numerous new marketing initiatives and have a strong community presence, sponsoring and participating in a number of community events. Rainbow Fresh is known as the market leaders for packaged salads in Independent Supermarkets throughout South Australia.

Alex Wilkinson, Area Manager at Angove Family Winemakers, presenting the Small Business Achievement Award to Joe and Antoinette Giangregorio of Rainbow Fresh.

 

CARERS SA CARER ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
JOY WHITEHORN of Fulham has endured a long journey to become a strong and successful advocate for patients and their carer’s. Joy cared for and supported her husband Basil in their home for 10 years before he was moved to a residential care facility in 2013. Her advocacy efforts include lobbying and challenging politicians, governments, healthcare services and aged care residential facilities. She undertakes guest speaker engagements, established a carer’s support group and is Consumer Advocate Representative for the Older People Clinical Network.

Joy Whitehorn is presented with the Carer Achievement Award by Rosemary Warmington AM, Chief Executive Officer at Carers SA.

 

GRANDEUR AND KOOKABURRA PRESS SPORTS AWARD
ELIZABETH SOBECKI of Lobethal was diagnosed with MS at the age of 15. However her passion for riding has helped to overcome numerous hardships, and her dedication has led to selection in the Australian Para Equestrian Squad. Ranked number two in Australia with her horse “Harry”, Elizabeth competed at the World Equestrian Games in Normandy, France, helping Australia to qualify for the 2016 Paralympic games. In between a demanding training schedule, she is Ambassador of the MS Society and also volunteers for numerous other charities and community groups.

 

Gibrian Palmer of Grandeur Press and Kookaburra Press with Elizabeth Sobecki, winner of the Sports Award.

 

HAIGH’S CHOCOLATES VOLUNTEERING AWARD
EMMA HALE of Plympton Park promotes ‘get involved’ and ‘make a difference’ behaviour in everything she pursues both personally and professionally. She has been committed to volunteer causes for over ten years and has undertaken a number of roles in her local community including graffiti removal, running a Clean Up Australia Day site and organising a Neighbour Day morning. Emma takes great pride and ownership of her local community and her passion inspires others to get involved. Emma also volunteers with the YWCA Adelaide, the SHE Leads program, The Smith Family, Neighbourhood Watch and DonateLife.org.

Fiona Krawczyk, Marketing Manager at Haigh's Chocolates with Volunteering Award winner Emma Hale.

 

HUNT & HUNT LAWYERS COMMUNITY ROAD SAFETY AWARD
ELI MURN of Park Holme grasps every opportunity to share his story with young people, after suffering a brain injury as a result of losing control of his car in 2004. Eli speaks to thousands of high school students each year through a number of community groups across Adelaide and regional South Australia. He strives to teach young people about the importance of road safety and how one single decision or choice can impact your entire life. Eli is a strong advocate for road safety and volunteers his time with the Brain Injury Network of South Australia.

Winner of the Community Road Safety Award Eli Murn with Brenton James, Managing Partner at Hunt & Hunt Lawyers.


PRIME SUPER COMMUNITY GROUP OF THE YEAR AWARD
BIL/ACE of Keith consists of a group of students who run the Keith Community Cinema. The Boys in Leadership group started 10 years ago in response to concerns that there were few young men in leadership in the Keith Area. BIL/ACE has since expanded to include young women and the Active Community Electives project included all young people in year 10 and above. BIL/ACE supports local young people and helps to develop self-esteem, whilst building skills and creating opportunities for them within the community. The group consists of 20 members who meet regularly during their lunch breaks at Keith Area School to organise the movie screenings. The group coordinates all aspects of these movie events from start to finish, and the movie screenings have become a popular weekend activity for the whole community.

The members of BIL/ACE, presented with the Community Group of the Year Award by Rod Stewart of Prime Super.

 

RURAL DOCTORS WORKFORCE AGENCY RURAL COMMUNITY HEALTH AND WELLBEING AWARD
CEDUNA YOUTH HUB aims to improve resilience and create opportunities for young people by encouraging personal growth and a positive community connection. The Youth Hub is the only dedicated youth service in Ceduna. It provides structured programs such as a Drop in Service, Literacy and Numeracy Program, a Complete Personnel and Remote Jobs and Communities Program, a weekly Gym Program and School Holiday Activities. 1,424 participants attended the Hub last financial year with numerous programs for Aboriginal Youth offered.

Peter Jericho of the Ceduna Youth Hub, presented with the Rural Communty Health and Wellbeing Award by Fran Lovell, Director GP Services, Rural Doctors Workforce Agency.

 

 

2013 COMMUNITY ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNERS

RURAL DOCTORS WORKFORCE AGENCY RURAL COMMUNITY HEALTH AND WELLBEING AWARD
JENNIFER FARNDEN of Myponga has been a carer to her husband, Michael, since 2008 after he was critically injured in a head-on motor vehicle accident with a kangaroo. Michael suffered complex injuries including severe traumatic brain injury. Jennifer founded and manages the Families4Families Acquired Brain Injury Network. The Network provides information, support activities, online resources and telephone advice. Jennifer is a key research team member and provides advocacy and support to families across the state.

  

HAIGH’S CHOCOLATES CAREER ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
STEVEN CAMERON of Mile End has made significant contributions to the field of early childhood education. At 28, he was the youngest winner of the Australian Early Childhood Service Director of the Year. This year Steven was awarded the Inspirational Teaching Award for Leadership. Steven started a Facebook based professional network for early childhood teachers and has over 4,200 followers. He recently travelled to England and Scotland to work in the Nature Kindergartens and is making a documentary on the kindergartens.

  

HUNT & HUNT LAWYERS COMMUNITY ROAD SAFETY
BARUNGA WEST COMMUNITY ROAD SAFETY GROUP formed in 2000. Their diverse group of volunteers range in age from 21 to 70, and contribute many hours improving road safety. Developing promotional and informative activities and programs, the groups’ aims are to promote positive community road safety messages, increase driver awareness and reduce the number of crashes. The group recently secured $2,500 funding to run a driver awareness course for L and P plate drivers.

 

SA POWER NETWORKS LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATION AWARD
MARGARET BUTTON of Minlaton has been a volunteer leader and Secretary of the Minlaton Scout’s Cub Group for 40 years. She was a Volunteer Teachers Aid with special needs students before the position became a part time paid role, which she held for 20 years. Margaret has served 5 terms as President of the Lioness Club and has been on the Progress Association Committee since inception. She is Secretary of the Minlaton Hostel for the Aged and received her 25 year Volunteer Ambulance Officer Service Award this year.

  

MEDIBANK COMMUNITY HEALTHY PARTICIPATION AWARD
ORROROO COMMUNITY GYM opened in 2007 and is located adjacent to the Town Hall on the main street. The not for profit invaluable community resource is supported by a volunteer committee consisting of members from Orroroo Carrieton District Council, sporting organisations, community members and volunteers. A fully catered modern gym and a range of health and wellbeing and fitness groups with qualified paid and volunteer leaders support community members between 6am and 9pm daily.

 

CARERS SA CARER ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
MARCIA JOHNSON TIMM of Eden Valley cared for her husband Bill who suffered from Bipolar Disorder for 28 years. At times the condition was so severe, Marcia had to call the police for assistance. A few years ago Bill was diagnosed with cancer and passed away in 2011. Marcia became a member of The Mental Illness Fellowship of SA and regularly corresponds with members. She has received numerous awards for her support of other carers including an Australia Day Award for her local work reducing stigma for the mentally ill.

 

FIVESTAR PRINT ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY AWARD
ECO BUMS THE CLOTH NAPPY LIBRARY of Torrensville brought the very first Cloth Nappy Library to SA in 2011. The library gives families the opportunity to try cloth nappies before they decide if they want to buy them. The Eco Bums Program has seen the rate of disposable nappies in waste bins in the Port Adelaide Enfield region alone drop from 6.3% in 2011, to 5.2% in 2013. Since inception, Eco Bums has partnered with 5 local councils, KESAB and recently with Zero Waste SA to deliver the program state-wide.

  

PRIME SUPER COMMUNITY GROUP OF THE YEAR AWARD
HATS INC (HERITAGE ARTS AND TRADITIONS) of Auburn is about preserving, fostering, promoting and developing the living cultural traditions of our diverse Australian communities. It aims to enhance public awareness of the value of cultural traditions. HATS established and operates The Courthouse Cultural Centre, transforming a heritage listed building into a thriving centre for arts performance and activity, the first in the Clare Valley. HATS was established in 2011 and has delivered over 80 events and attracted 7,000 people.

 

 

2012

BAULDERSTONE COMMUNITY SERVICE AND VOLUNTEERING AWARD

 

NOUHA JABER of Adelaide has been a member of the South Australian Lebanese Women’s Association for 25 years, currently as Chairperson. She works tirelessly for the Arabic speaking people, finding them work and organising regular social gatherings. She holds English classes and arranges home maintenance and food for the elderly. Nouha helped organise the “Health in a Multicultural Salad Bowl” program, bringing between 30 and 60 people from different communities together for one day each month.

 

*L-R Nouha Jaber presented by Melanie Rowe, Baulderstone

 

HUNT & HUNT LAWYERS COMMUNITY ROAD SAFETY AWARD

 

SERGEANT ROB HARDING of Amata was the first Sergeant in charge of the Police Station which opened in January 2010. He was greatly concerned about the number of road crashes. He set about helping local indigenous people to improve driving experience and road safety and to obtain drivers licenses. Rob initiated strategies to work with the community and the school by conducting driver education programs, and obtained a “computer driving simulator”. As a direct result, 25 students and 10 adults have obtained their learners permit.

 

*L-R Sergeant Rob Harding presented by Brenton James, Hunt and Hunt Lawyers

 

HAIGH’S CHOCOLATES CAREER ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

 

DR STEVE BROWN of Brompton is a world recognised leader in the academic field of event management. In 1999 Steve was responsible for creating the undergraduate and postgraduate festival and event design and management programs. He is currently Head of Tourism at Flinders University and is a Founding Director of the International Event Studies Academy. Steve has either helped establish, or has worked on many long standing events such as the Adelaide Festival, Barossa Under the Stars and WOMADelaide.

 

*L-R Alister Haigh, Haigh’s Chocolates presents Dr Steve Brown

 

RURAL DOCTORS WORKFORCE AGENCY RURAL COMMUNITY HEALTH AND WELLBEING AWARD

 

DR JAMES MUECKE of Norwood is an eye surgeon with a special interest in blindness prevention and ophthalmic research and education. James has worked in many third world countries and is Founder of Sight For All. He commits over 20 voluntary hours each week to the organisation which is committed to fighting avoidable blindness in the developing world and particularly in Aboriginal communities. James works closely with the Aboriginal Health Council of SA and a number of personalities on initiatives to highlight eye disease.

 

*L-R Dr James Muecke presented by Lyn Poole, Rural Doctors Workforce Agency

 

SA POWER NETWORKS LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATION AWARD

 

KEYVAN ABAK of Glengowrie came to Australia as a 14 year old refugee. He now has a Bachelor of Social Work and Masters in Mediation and Conflict Management. Keyvan worked with Families SA mentoring newly arrived young refugees. He moved to Marion Youth Centre with the Department of Health, working with Refugees, Indigenous and other young people. Here he developed a program called the African and Middle Eastern Young Peoples Program. Keyvan is a PhD Candidate at Flinders Uni.

 

*L-R Kylie Kerrigan, SA Power Networks presents Keyvan Abak

 

NOVA SYSTEMS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY AWARD

 

PROF TANYA MONRO of Urrbrae is an ARC Federation Fellow and Director of the Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing at Adelaide Uni. She is also a Fellow of Australian Academy of Science, and Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering and a member of the Premier’s Science and Industry Council. She is one of Australia’s leading physicists and has published 440 papers and raised over $72million for research. Her research focuses on creating disruptive photonic sensing technologies.

 

*L-R Dr Edward Johnstone presents Prof Tanya Monro

 

FIVESTAR PRINT ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY AWARD

 

GOOLWA TO WELLINGTON LOCAL ACTION PLANNING ASSOCIATION is a community organisation, incorporated in 1998. It employs 10 staff and covers 265,000 hectares. 12 schools and numerous groups have been involved in ground works projects, field trips and classroom training this year. 416km of fencing has been erected around remnant vegetation, 3,632 hectares have been re-vegetated and the threat of weeds and rabbits reduced on 3,000 hectares of land.

 

*L-R Tony Randall representative from Goolwa to Wellington Local Action Planning Association is presented by Trevor Bailey, Fivestar Print

 

MEDIBANK COMMUNITY HEALTHY PARTICIPATION AWARD

 

MID MURRAY COUNCIL has implemented a wide range of healthy living programs and strategies. The council sourced over $1.7million in funding to address childhood and adult obesity. The “Healthy Murraylands” and “OPAL” health and well being programs have been integrated with other Council initiatives. The strategies have also been introduced for Council staff. Numerous community based physical activities have been introduced including a 5km fun run which attracted 200 participants.

 

*L-R Cr Dave Burgess, Mayor, Mid Murray Council is presented by Chris Jones, Medibank

 

T&R PASTORAL PRIMARY INDUSTRIES AND AGRICULTURE AWARD

 

FLEURIEU MILK COMPANY of Myponga was established in 2003, when three dairy farming families joined together in an effort to survive the low farmgate market price for milk. After much research, planning and compliance they set up their own pasteurisation and bottling facility. The company sells milk, cream and yoghurt and employ local staff. A joint venture with Monjava Coffee has created the perfect Iced Coffee and Chocolate Milk. They also support the “Little Heroes Foundation” from sales of their products.

 

*L-R Geoff Hutchinson, Fleurieu Milk Company is presented by Elena Fulga, T & R Pastoral

 

PRIME SUPER COMMUNITY GROUP OF THE YEAR AWARD

 

ELIZABETH RIDERS COMMITTEE started in 2008 and consists of 20 volunteers aged between 12 and 25. They undertake leadership, events management and advocacy training. With the support of the City of Playford and Anglicare, they have organised skate competitions for over 2,000 young people, and run the biggest skate competition in SA. The committee run BMX, scooter and skateboard workshops including maintenance skills for young people across the State. They advocate healthy eating and rider safety.

 

*L-R Stephen Pratt, Prime Super presents representatives from Elizabeth Riders Committee

 

2011


2011 Community Achievement Awards Winners
with Mike Smithson, Channel 7

BlueScope Leadership and Innovation Award

JILL CHAPMAN of Kilkenny lost her son to suicide ten years ago. She now devotes her time to providing support for other people who have lost a loved one through suicide and for those who are at risk. Jill's most recent initiative is the Minimisation of Suicide Harm or "MOSH" House in Thebarton. It is a not-for-profit, self-funded, volunteer-run organisation that provides a safe and supportive environment. Jill has run many suicide programs over the years and played a pivotal role in planning two National Suicide Post-vention conferences. She is currently studying counselling at a post graduate level.

*L-R Chris Hargreaves from BlueScope presents Jill Chapman

Rural Doctors Workforce Agency Rural Community Health and Wellbeing Award
    
DR. JOHN ASHFIELD PhD of Clare is a rural community health educator, psychotherapist and men's health expert. John was Principal Mental Health Consultant for Country Health SA for a period from 2006 designing and managing programs to promote and improve rural mental health literacy and services. He is author of 6 highly acclaimed mental health books. More than one million copies of his invaluable resource book "Taking Care of Yourself and Your Family" have been distributed Australia-wide by Beyondblue free of charge. John is currently involved with the Mid North Division of Rural Medicine focused on suicide prevention.

*Rick Brandon from Rural Doctors Workforce Agency presents Dr. John Ashfield's representative

Fivestar Print Environment and Sustainability Award
    
ROGER AND RAELENE SCHMITKE of Waikerie have spent many years volunteering. They are members of the Riverland West Local Action Planning Association. Roger was elected Chairman last year. They are actively involved with the Hart Lagoon Wetland Group, Regent Parrot Recovery Team, Calperum Station and local schools, particularly the Waikerie Primary School Youth Environment Team. They have completed 4kms of bollarding to protect floodplain from vehicle access, planted thousands of trees, undertaken mapping and removed countless weeds.


*Arthur Manser, Rotary International presents Roger and Raelene Schmitke


2010


2010 Community Achievement Awards Winners
with Graeme Gilbertson, General Manager, Channel 9
BlueScope Distribution Leadership and Innovation Award
    

AARON MACHADO of Port Adelaide is founder of the Australian Marine Research and Rescue Organisation. He set up an all-hours emergency service in 2003 at his facility on Torrens Island. A phone call will ensure prompt rescue of distressed or injured marine wildlife that are rehabilitated at the facility. Aaron has mortgaged his house to fund the organisation. He is sponsored by AGL and is heavily reliant upon his 500 volunteers for fundraising and help to run the rescue facility.

*L-R Andrew Mills, BlueScope Distribution presents Aaron Machado

Rural Doctors Workforce Agency Rural Community Health and Wellbeing Award
    
BARBARA KELLER of Tintinara has passionately dedicated herself as a Volunteer Ambulance Officer for 27 years. She has completed many emergency care certificates to ensure her competence and has held numerous positions within St John Ambulance and SA Ambulance Service, including Volunteer Team Leader for the Tintinara Team. Barb dedicates 100 hours each week to the SA Ambulance Service providing 24/7 emergency medical care.

*L-R Barbara Keller being presented by Lyn Poole, Rural Doctors Workforce Agency

Fivestar Print Environment and Sustainability Award

ARNO BAY ESTUARY GROUP was formed in 1996. Members have donated 9,000 voluntary hours to build an extensive boardwalk, walkways and jetties covering 1.4kms, to maintain and protect the unique pristine coastal and estuarine areas. Arno Bay has a population of 250 active and environmentally aware residents. The Estuary Group have provided access to and encourage visitors to come and learn about its value and importance.

*Arno Bay Estuary Group presented by Chloe Ford (far right)

Fasta Pasta Career Achievement Award

SUE AND SEAN DELANEY of Norton Summit established Sinclair's Gully 13 years ago when they purchased a 26 acre property. Sinclair's Gully, is a family run wine and ecotourism business, offering guests a number of sustainable wine and nature based experiences including guided spring wildflower walks and summer twilight tastings. They have won numerous Landcare and Tourism Awards for their business and conservation practices.

*L-R Sue and Sean Delaney presented by Jessica Whitaker, Fasta Pasta

Angove Family Winemakers Primary Industries and Agricultural Award

MAYURA STATION of Mount Gambier imported its first live full-blood Wagyu cattle from Japan in 1998. The vision was to produce and market highly consistent, premium quality Wagyu beef. The product is a conception to consumption exercise. Mayura Station breeds the offspring used in its beef production program. They raise the cattle on the 6,000 acre property, grow grain and fodder, control the packaging program and market their quality produce across Australia and to other parts of the world.

*Mayura Station representatives are presented by Ron Howard, Angove Family Winemakers (second from right)

Kleenheat Gas Volunteering Award

LYNN SCHMAAL of Loxton has actively participated on more than 24 committees. She takes on roles such as coach, umpire, kitchen hand, committee member, coordinator, convenor, founding member, publicity officer, treasurer and secretary. Her enthusiasm, support and dedication is evident in her willingness to lend a hand and help out anyone in need. Lynn has committed countless hours to the organisations and events she is involved in and is a driving force in the community.

*L-R Lynn Schmall being presented by Martin Caldwell, Kleenheat Gas

Take Care Community of the Year Award

RAJAH STREET RESERVE PROJECT of Oaklands Park is a City of Marion Community Capacity building initiative that involves a Resident Advisory Group, government and NGO service providers. Since 2006 they have been developing programs that build social capital, increase community resilience and develop leadership within the community. Improved health, wellbeing, safety, sense of place and identity, cultural awareness and ownership are successful outcomes.

*Rajah Street Reserve Project being presented by Samer Haifawi, Parmalat