Australia Day in Cessnock: photos, video

Australia Day in Cessnock: photos, video Back row: Berna Düven, Lena Meyer, Gerrit Ippen, Patrick Klotz, Christopher Gawel, Lena Kurz, Fabian Pflumm, and at front, Nathalie Louven, Niklas Hab and Thomas Wegele, all of Germany, at Cessnock’s Australia Day community breakfast.

Janette Jackson, Steve Jackson, Vicki Steep and Gail Thomas of Cessnock Rotary Club on the barbecue at the community breakfast at East End Oval.

Cessnock’s Australia Day ambassador Peter Herbert and his wife Joanne, sons Ash and Louis and niece Sienna.

Krystal Carter gets up close with a galah from Bounty’s Bush Farm at Cessnock’s Australia Day community breakfast.

Micaiah Field and a slithery companion Bounty’s Bush Farm at the Australia Day community breakfast in Cessnock.

Mary Toner, Arthur Earl, Jazmin Earl, Jennifer Yates-Earl and Harry Callaghan at Cessnock’s Australia Day community breakfast.

Lily, Melissa and Samantha Dunkley get into the Aussie spirit at Cessnock’s community breakfast.

Polly Comyns, Missy Comyns, Scott Comyns holding Topsy Comyns and Jorja Walters.

Back row l-r: Maddison, Angus, Gabrielle, Sophie, Josephine. Front row l-r: Hamish, Caitlyn, Elizabeth enjoying the Australia Day celebrations at East Cessnock Oval.

Dean Hamilton, Bill Calderwood, Melanie Bonetti, Trevor Milgate, Wayne Wilson, Robbie Gilmour and Chris Madgwick.

Ruby To having her face painted at Cessnock’s Australia Day breakfast.

Dennis Ruddock, Mervyn Day, John Verdi, Veronica Bullen and Mike Height of Central Cessnock Fire Brigade.

Warren Parsons was the MC for Cessnock’s Australia Day ceremony.

Delma Whyte received the Marthaville Arts and Cultural Award from Marthaville secretary-treasurer Alison Davey.

Cessnock’s Australia Day ambassador was writer-producer Peter Herbert.

Cessnock’s new Australia citizens take the pledge.

Cessnock’s new Australian citizens received a native plant.

Cessnock’s new Australia citizens take the pledge.

Mount View High graduates Jordan O’Brien and Murray Thompson received the event of the year award from Mayor Bob Pynsent and ambassador Peter Herbert. The boys organised a White Ribbon Day event at the school.

Young citizen of the year, Mackenzie Pringle with Cessnock Mayor Bob Pynsent and ambassador Peter Herbert.

Cessnock’s Senior Citizen of the Year, Errol Jordan (right) is congratulated by Mayor Bob Pynsent and ambassador Peter Herbert.

Alan Tull, Luke Olson and Tara Naysmith performed ‘I Still Call Australia Home’.

The crowd gets into the performance of ‘I Still Call Australia Home’.

Cessnock Youth Entertainment Committee members Lakin Agnew, Caitlin Ivan, Sammy Wright and Jessica Dowler with their appreciation award.

Kurri Division of Legacy members Murray Dodds, Michelle Robards, Robin Hargreaves and Dennis Barrow with their appreciation award.

Sports award winner Sophie O’Brien; event of the year winners Jordan O’Brien and Murray Thompson; young citizen of the year Mackenzie Pringle and Mount View High principal Desley Pfeffer.

Cessnock Croquet Club members with their Heritage Award. Pictured at front is Bill Stevenson, and at back (from left) is Peter Chappell, George Campbell, Phil Baird, Shirley Stevenson, Judy Zieglmeier, Brian Cochrane, Barbara Baird, Gaye Olive, Margaret Samules, Beryl Chappell, Voirrey Cochrane and Toni Freestone.

Cessnock Mayor Bob Pynsent congratulates Cessnock’s citizen of the year, Dr. John Holly.

Cessnock’s first baby born for 2015, Zoe Ivy Mae Quennell, with her parents Daniel Quennell and April Fullford and Miss Cessnock City Cassandra Battle.

Kristy McHenry, Julie Wilson, Lynne Hughes (new citizen) and Bentley McHenry.

L.J. Hooker Cessnock and Kurri principal Bryce Gibson receives the environmental award from Cessnock Mayor Bob Pynsent.

Senior citizen of the year Errol Jordan and his wife Anne. Photo by Rachelle Corcoran.

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