Issue No. 7 - October/November 2002
Rural Achievers make SA Great Awards their own
SA Great chief executive officer Roseanne Healy has praised the enthusiasm and initiative of rural South Australians, which has made the annual awards process "the premier vehicle for highlighting the many success stories in the state’s country regions, in only their third year of operation".
"I’m looking forward to discovering a whole new group of rural achievers through this year’s Regional Awards process," Roseanne says. "Then we’ll be able to present them and their achievements to a wider audience."
The 2002 SA Great Regional Awards are open to South Australians who live and work in regional areas. Winners will receive the SA Great Regional Category Award, public recognition through the promotion of their achievements in SA Great’s broader program, and honorary membership of SA Great for 2003.
Nominees can demonstrate their excellence in one of eight categories – the arts, business, community, health, science and the environ...