Tamarin Noble Announced as 2019 Young Citizen of the Year

Published: Thursday, 13 February 2020 at 1:33:58 PM

Congratulations to Tamarin Noble from Jurien Bay who was awarded the 2019 Shire of Dandaragan Young Citizen of the Year last night.

Tamarin was nominated by Jurien Bay District High School, Jurien Bay Emergency Services Cadet Corps and Turquoise Coast Badminton Club.

During 2019, she completed in excess of 110 hours of community service. This has come from working in the football club canteen, helping with St John Ambulance, Jurien Bay Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service, Jurien Volunteer Marine Rescue and many other opportunities.

Tamarin is one of three cadet section leaders within Jurien Bay Emergency Cadet Corps where she is responsible for a group of other cadets and additionally acts as a community education coordinator where she actively plans and organises opportunities for the cadets to provide emergency service education to the community.

She is the President of the Turquoise Coast Badminton Club where she has actively worked towards expanding and building the club. She also actively assists in coaching other junior players as well as actively participating herself. She was able to secure several donations to the club and organised for the design and production of club shirts. She assisted with the junior’s hockey (coaching) and as a junior club person with the Jurien Bay Football Club. She was a member of the Jurien Bay District High School County Week team and assisted in a variety of fundraising activities.

Tamarin is an incredibly enthusiastic individual with limitless initiative and as a result her contributions are diverse, she demonstrates great leadership in all areas.

Congratulations also goes to all other nominees for the Young Citizen of the Year award - Luke Johnson from Cervantes, Neave Mayhew from Jurien Bay, Imogen Thompson-Cleak from Jurien Bay and Jared Gardiner from Cervantes who were all worthy recipients of the Community Service Award.

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