Winners From Previous Years

2019 winner is Mathew Hilder!

Mathew HilderCurrently (December 2019) serving as Chairman of the Greenbank Rural Fire Brigade,the public have voted Matthew as the 2019 Greenbank Community Hero!

With Queensland already facing an incredibly tough bushfire season, we were not surprised to see a member of our local Rural Fire Service nominated for the Greenbank Community Hero Award.

Congratulations Mathew! Thank you for your relentless dedication to the Greenbank community and your drive to help in any capacity you can.

Winning this award is a testament to not only to Mathew but also the incredible work of our Rural Fire Service.

2018 winner was Sharon Aldridge!

Sharon has been the driving force behind Greenbank State School’s P&C Association for over a decade, and her tireless volunteer efforts have been instrumental in bringing to fruition a number of significant projects that have benefited the greater school community. She has played a leading role in many of Greenbank Schools improvement projects such as the establishment of the Gumnut House Outside School Hours Care facility, the building of the School Hall, renovations of the Schools Tuckshop, along with being the organiser behind all fundraising events associated with Greenbank School.

Events like the Greenbank School Carnival simply would not be possible without Sharon being the motivator to make it happen. She is a tireless community volunteer, donates many hours of volunteer work every week, not only within Greenbank School community but also through involvement in other activities and has never sought recognition or reward for her efforts.

Sharon contributes all that she does for no other reason than to help our community, and for those reasons, her community spirit is deserving to be recognised as the 2018 Greenbank Community Hero Award winner!

2017 winners were Darren Pennisi and Carmel Teiniker!


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