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Round 13 Winners!
Friday, 24 June 2011 12:50
The winners of Round 13 of the LyriK Awards were announced on Tuesday night at the Koorliny Arts Centre. It was a fantastic night that once again highlighted the positive contributions that young people are making to the Town of Kwinana. Congratulations to all the nominees and winners on the night as you all thoroughly deserved to be recognised for your contributions. Fir those of you who couldn't be at the ceremony, here are our round 13 winners!
Inspiration Award – Kayla Michael & Tameisha Torres
Friendship Award – Tyra Jacobs – Bolton
Achievement Award – Ben Fletcher (winner), Thomas Pratt (highly commended)
Teamwork Award – Bertram Primary Student Councillors
Respect Award – Gilmore College Middle School Drumbeat Group
Leadership Award – Zoe Adams (winner), Zachariah Graham (highly commended)
The 'Bertram Primary School Kitchen Garden Program - Fruit Grove and Gazebo' project was also awarded $1000 to help with setting up their fruit grove and gazebo.
A big thankyou must also go out to our sponsors (Town of Kwinana, Eclipse Resources, McCusker Foundation, BHP Billiton, Coogee Chemicals and Alcoa) as without their support LyriK would not exist!
Keep an eye out in the coming weeks for pics from the night and updates on projects as well as the opening date for nominations for round 14!
LyriK is a multi-faceted program which rewards and recognises young people for their contribution to the Kwinana community.
LyriK consists of:
Awards Ceremonies (May, August and December each year)
Young people can be nominated for awards in the categories of Respect, Mateship, Achievement, Leadership and Teamwork.
Leadership camps are also held three times a year, and provide off-site opportunities for young people to practice their leadership and communication skills.
Junior & Senior Media Groups
The media groups are the heart of the Konnect magazine, made of groups of young people contributing articles, reviews, stories and more in their spare time.
The Konnect magazine is a publication written by young people for young people. It is published three times a year in conjunction with the LYRIK awards ceremonies.
LYRIK workshops are run monthly, and aim to develop young people’s self-awareness, communication and leadership skills.
LYRIK Projects are a recent addition, providing young people the opportunity to apply for a grant of $500 - $1000 to spend on a project benefiting the Kwinana community.
The Youth Mentoring Program matches young people with community volunteers passionate about developing them personally and professionally.