Natalie Burton Award 2017

Do you know a high school student who has shown great strength by overcoming adversity? Why not nominate them for the 2017 Natalie Burton Memorial Award?

Hawkesbury City Council is calling for nominations for the annual Natalie Burton Memorial Award on behalf of the Burton, Turner and Lawrance families. Residents are encouraged to nominate any Hawkesbury high school student, whom they feel is a worthy recipient and they could be awarded with the prestigious Natalie Burton Memorial Award trophy and $200 prize money. Nominations close 5pm Monday, 25 September 2017.

Natalie Burton was a remarkable individual who died from cancer in March 2003 at the age of 32. Natalie was herself an exceptional student who accomplished a great deal during her life. This Award aims to see Natalie’s life and her extraordinary achievements inspire local students to overcome adversity in their own lives to still achieve.

According to Natalie Burton’s mother, Elizabeth Turner, the award is intended for a recipient who has faced challenging circumstances and, despite this adversity, has still succeeded through their personal application and determination.

The award is open to male or female students and is not restricted to academic achievement; it may take the form of community, sporting or general achievements and improvements.

Nomination forms are available online via Council’s website pdf_file/0011/96635/Natalie-Burton- Memorial-Award- forapplication- and- determination-Nomination- 2017-July.pdf or at the Council Administration Building, 366 George Street, Windsor, or Hawkesbury Central Library at Windsor or Richmond Branch Library or by calling 4560 4444.