Narooma celebrates Australia Day: Photos/video

Narooma celebrates Australia Day: Photos/video AUSSIE FUN: Having fun at the Narooma Australia Day are (front) George Constable, Kirra McCaughtrie, Halle Constable, Jack McCaughtrie; (back) Leichelle McCaughtrie, Oscar and Jack Newton and Noah Smith.
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AUSSIE FUN: Having fun at the Narooma Australia Day are (front) George Constable, Kirra McCaughtrie, Halle Constable, Jack McCaughtrie; (back) Leichelle McCaughtrie, Oscar and Jack Newton and Noah Smith.

BREAKFAST CHEFS: Manning the barbecue at the Australia Day breakfast at the Narooma surf club are Lions Club members George Hogge, Tulipe Nugent and Peter McIntosh with surf club members Steve Dobson, Peter McCulloch, Jock Rollings and Max Constable.

BREAKFAST CHEFS: Manning the barbecue at the Australia Day breakfast at the Narooma surf club are Lions Club members George Hogge, Tulipe Nugent with surf club members Steve Dobson.

BYWATER BOYS: Zachary with Brodie, Nat, Jacob and Asher Bywater at the Australia Day breakfast at the Narooma surf club.

CHOIR WARMS UP: The Narooma Community Choir warms up under the guidance of Lynda Ord and Merinda Antill.

CLUB CREW: Carla and Paul White from Narooma surf club and Geoff Lanham from the Narooma Golf Club at the Australia Day breakfast at the Narooma surf club.

ANNE IS BACK: Anne Breust, now of Canberra but former ballet teacher and librarian at Narooma, at the Australia Day breakfast at the Narooma surf club.

AUSSIE FAMILY: Sally, Heather and Steve McGourty at the Australia Day breakfast at the Narooma surf club.

AUSSIE GROUP: Deb and Shae McQuillan, Vas Chirala, Eddie and Janine Kocjancic from Melbourne and Mark Coppin enjoying the Australia Day breakfast at the Narooma surf club.

UMBRELLA HAT: Narooma resident Vas Chirala originally from Romania shows off his Australia Day spirit.

BEACH BREAKFAST: Enjoying their Australia Day breakfast at the Narooma surf club are Vena Butt, Trevor and Lorraine Hawkey, Marilyn and Mike Godfrey and Frank and Kathy Curcio.

BEN BREAD: Ben Bate rushes to get some extra toast made for the Australia Day breakfast at the Narooma Surf Life Saving Club.

BREAKFAST FRIENDS: Tony Rose, Kim Atkins, Sharon Kelly, Chris Black and Deb McQuillan at the Australia Day breakfast at the Narooma surf club.

BREAKFAST LADIES: Patricia Andren, Dorothy Howard, Gwen Clarke and Marg Littlewood at the Australia Day breakfast at the Narooma surf club.

BREAKFAST PAYMENT: Getting in early and paying for the Australia Day breakfast at the Narooma surf club are Gilli Williams from Wagga and Judith Blackman from Dalmeny paying Belinda Bywater and Gilly Kearney.

LINE UP: Getting in line for the Australia Day breakfast at the Narooma surf club.

BREKKIE PUPPY: Recent Narooma High School graduate Max Carter and Ashleigh Avill with Ziggy the puppy at the Australia Day breakfast at the Narooma surf club.

FLAG TIME: Narooma Australia Day event organiser Gabe Eichler hands out flags to Mercedes McGoon and Tiffanie, Adrian and Imke Calleja all of Melbourne.

AUSSIE BREAKFAST: Local and visitors celebrate Australia Day with breakfast at the Narooma Surf Life Saving Club.

FACE PAINT: Ailis Benson of Canberra was back at the Australia Day breakfast at the Narooma surf club with her painted face and friend Beth Wilkie.

THE NEWTONS: Oscar, Sue-Anne, Jack and Geoff Newton at the Australia Day breakfast at the Narooma surf club.

TONY T-SHIRT: Tony Rose with his T-shirt poking fun at his friends Jason Hextell and the Burnside brothers.

TONY T-SHIRT: Tony Rose with his T-shirt poking fun at his friends Jason Hextell and the Burnside brothers.

WONBYN VISITORS: Rohan and Lance Schultz from Wonbyn enjoying the Australia Day breakfast at the Narooma surf club.

PIANO LADY: June Hemmingsen warms on the piano with the Narooma Community Choir at the Narooma Australia Day.

MORE FLAGS: Mandy Anderson hands out flags to Freya Bevan and Don Ingram at the Australia Day breakfast at the Narooma surf club.

MYSTERY PAIR: Mystery Bay residents Mandy and Barry Anderson enjoying the Australia Day breakfast at the Narooma surf club.

RAY’S HAT: Narooma surf club member Ray Hirst looking dashing in his Aussie hat.

TOAST BOYS: Narooma surf club members Chris Young and Ray Hirst manning the toast section at the Aussie Day breakfast.

AUSSIE BREAKFAST: Local and visitors celebrate Australia Day with breakfast at the Narooma Surf Life Saving Club.

AUSSIE BREAKFAST: Local and visitors celebrate Australia Day with breakfast at the Narooma Surf Life Saving Club.

DOG SHOTS: Gilly Kearney taks a photo of Gabe Eichler and her dogs at the Aussie Day breakfast.

AUSSIE BREAKFAST: Narooma RFS brigade members at the Australia Day breakfast at the Narooma Surf Life Saving Club.

AUSSIE BREAKFAST: Local and visitors celebrate Australia Day with breakfast at the Narooma Surf Life Saving Club.

AUSSIE BREAKFAST: Local and visitors celebrate Australia Day with breakfast at the Narooma Surf Life Saving Club.

AUSSIE BREAKFAST: Local and visitors celebrate Australia Day with breakfast at the Narooma Surf Life Saving Club.

QUOTA KIDS: The Quota Awards went to (in no particular order) Kindy kids Henry Niemoeller, Narooma Public School, Sophie Potts of Central Tilba Public School and Alicia Shaw of Bodalla Public School. The Year 5 and 6 winners were Alison Stubbs of Narooma Public School, Libby Lee Cunningham of Central Tilba Public School and Jethro Taylor of Bodalla Public School.

ROTARY SCHOLARSHIP: President of Narooma Rotary Angie Ulrichson announces Carl McEvoy as winning the 2015 Rotary Scholarship.

SING SAM: Narooma High School student the incredibly talented Samantha Sly led the choir singing the National Anthem.

ROTARY SCHOLARSHIP: President of Narooma Rotary Angie Ulrichson with winner of the Rotary Scholarship Carl McEvoy.

SURVIVERS: The team that organised the huge community fundraiser “I Will Survive” that raised and incredible $28,000 for women’s cancers were announced the 2015 Australia Day Community Event of the year.

2015 CITIZEN OF THE YEAR: The 2015 Australia Day Citizen of the Year Award was won by Vivienne Wood for her work with the Narooma Oyster Festival.

YOUNG CITIZEN: Ben Potter (centre) last year’s Young Citizen of the Year presented Molly Wharfe (right) with the 2015 Young Citizen of Year Award. Also nominated was Ashleigh Avill (left).

ANGELA QUOTA: President of Narooma Quota Angela Hansen announces the winners of the Quota Awards for Primary School Children.

BLAIR SPEECH: Narooma High School Year 10 student Blair Ashworth addresses the audience on behalf of the Narooma High School representative council at the Australia Day Awards on Main Beach.

CHOIR: The Narooma Community Choir members put on a fabulous show under the conduction of Merinda Anthill at the Narooma Australia Day celebrations on Main Beach.

CHOIR: The Narooma Community Choir members put on a fabulous show under the conduction of Merinda Anthill at the Narooma Australia Day celebrations on Main Beach.

CHOIR: The Narooma Community Choir members put on a fabulous show under the conduction of Merinda Anthill at the Narooma Australia Day celebrations on Main Beach.

CHOIR: The Narooma Community Choir members put on a fabulous show under the conduction of Merinda Anthill at the Narooma Australia Day celebrations on Main Beach.

CHOIR: The Narooma Community Choir members put on a fabulous show under the conduction of Merinda Anthill at the Narooma Australia Day celebrations on Main Beach.

CHOIR: The Narooma Community Choir members put on a fabulous show under the conduction of Merinda Anthill at the Narooma Australia Day celebrations on Main Beach.

CHOIR: The Narooma Community Choir members put on a fabulous show under the conduction of Merinda Anthill at the Narooma Australia Day celebrations on Main Beach.

CHOIR: The Narooma Community Choir members put on a fabulous show under the conduction of Merinda Anthill at the Narooma Australia Day celebrations on Main Beach.

CHOIR: The Narooma Community Choir members put on a fabulous show under the conduction of Merinda Anthill at the Narooma Australia Day celebrations on Main Beach.

CHOIR: The Narooma Community Choir members put on a fabulous show under the conduction of Merinda Anthill at the Narooma Australia Day celebrations on Main Beach.

CHOIR: The Narooma Community Choir members put on a fabulous show under the conduction of Merinda Anthill at the Narooma Australia Day celebrations on Main Beach.

CHOIR: The Narooma Community Choir members put on a fabulous show under the conduction of Merinda Anthill at the Narooma Australia Day celebrations on Main Beach.

SO HAPPY: Michelle Morrison and Merinda Antill performing the ‘Happy’ song.

CITIZENS: The Citizen of the Year award was announced by last year’s recipient Judy Glover, second from the left with winner left Vivienne Wood and nominees Merinda Anthill, Kerry Markham and Laurelle Pacey. Missing Steven Dobson.

COMMUNITY: Nominees for the Community Event of the year were the Rural Fire Brigade for the Community Safety Expo and Surf Club Ice Bucket Challenge to raise money for Motor Neurone Disease; the I Will Survive Fundraiser that raised $28,000 for women’s cancers and the Animal Welfare League Tailwagger’s Walk.

FIRIES: Manning the gate were Rural Fire Brigade members Adrian Cooper and Allan Wood from Narooma with Jeff Iles of Dalmeny.

FLAG RAISING: Raising the Flag while the National Anthem was sung were Narooma Public School captains Piper Smith, Tom Hodge and Michaela Morris.

FLAG RAISING: Raising the Flag while the National Anthem was sung were Narooma Public School captains Piper Smith, Tom Hodge and Michaela Morris.

OZ DAY AWARDS: Celebrating Australia Day 2015 at Narooma’s Main Beach.

OZ DAY AWARDS: Celebrating Australia Day 2015 at Narooma’s Main Beach.

OZ DAY AWARDS: Celebrating Australia Day 2015 at Narooma’s Main Beach. The Narooma Community Choir.

FLAG RAISING: Raising the Flag while the National Anthem was sung were Narooma Public School captains Piper Smith, Tom Hodge and Michaela Morris.

WITH A SONG: June Hemmingson pianist, vocalist Michelle Morrison and choir conductor Merinda Anthill at the Narooma Australia Day celebrations at Main Beach.

OZ DAY AWARDS: Celebrating Australia Day 2015 at Narooma’s Main Beach.

DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER: The emotional address was by a distinguished local guest speaker John Glover OAM.

2014 CITIZEN: The 2014 Narooma Australia Day Citizen of the year, Judy Glover addresses the audience before presenting the 2015 Narooma Citizen of the Year award.

PEACE: The reflection and Prayer for Peace was performed by local celebrant Lynda Ord.

SINGER: Vocalist Michelle Morrison performing at the Narooma Australia Day Awards.

NOMINEES: Merinda Antill, Kerry Markham, Laurelle Pacey and Vivienne Wood along with Steven “Dobbo” Dobson were nominated for the 2015 Narooma Australia Day Citizen of the Year Award.

MASTER OF CEREMONIES: Peter Bull again officiated over the proceedings of the Australia Day Awards on Main Beach.

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