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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2014 Week 5 Hansard (14 May) . . Page.. 1532..


best apprentice, Daryl Harris, from the National Press Club; ACTTAB chefs battle winner, Anurag Guatam and Bradley Howden from Southern Cross Club Tuggeranong; and chefs battle runner up, Joshua McCulloch and Finnian Power of Vikings Town Centre.

The best bistro was Vikings Town Centre. The best restaurant was Peppercress at Southern Cross Club Tuggeranong. The best conference and event centre was the National Press Club. The outstanding service award went to Greg Mitchell of the Canberra Southern Cross Club. The young achiever award went to David Lockwood of the Hellenic Club of Canberra.

The promotion of sport —medium went to Vikings Town Centre and promotion of sport—large went to Vikings Erindale. The community assistance award—medium went to Southern Cross Club Jamison. The community assistance award—large went to the Hellenic Club of Canberra.

Responsible gaming and gaming facility—medium went to Vikings Town Centre. Responsible gaming and gaming facility—large went to Southern Cross Club Tuggeranong. Member services award—medium went to Vikings Town Centre. Members services award—large went to Gungahlin Lakes Golf Club. Best ACTTAB award went to the Hellenic Club of Canberra.

Human resource management—medium went to Southern Cross Club Jamison. Human resource management—large went to the Hellenic Club of Canberra. The club of the year small went to the National Press Club, the club of the year medium went to Vikings Town Centre and the club of the year large went to the Hellenic Club of Canberra.

I would like to place on the record my congratulations to the executive and staff of ClubsACT: president Max Mercer, vice-presidents Ian Cameron, Tony Luchetti and Jeremy Wilcox, directors Denis Condon, Bob Garret, Lorin Joyce, John Lewis, Geoff Long, Anthony Hill, Paul Lewis and Athol Chalmers, to chief executive Jeff House, deputy chief executive Gwyn Rees, gaming policy and operations manager Louize Glenn, finance manager Trisha Arthur, in-house counsel Ian Meagher and office manager Bev Clench.

I would also like to place on the record my thanks to the corporate partners of ClubsACT, including Aristocrat, Clubs WA, OPCit, Lion, Carlton & United Breweries, Bradley Allen Love, Canberra Institute of Technology, Nexia Australia, Robert Oatley, 101 Web Technology, Canberra Elite, Zoo group, TransACT, Club Plus Super, Canberra Community Radio, ACTTAB, CanPrint, Fox Sports Venues, Schweppes, IGT, ActewAGL, Banktech, ME banking, Bally Technologies, Shuffle Master, Konami, Coca-Cola, the Canberra Times, Aruze Gaming, Ainsworth, Wordsmart Future, Sanyo Data Systems, Project Coordination, Cool Chilli, ICU Security Cameras and eBET.

I congratulate all those involved with ClubsACT and the award winners from last Friday. For more information about the work of ClubsACT, I recommend members visit the website www.clubsact.com.au.


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