Dedication award

ROBYN Rooth has been working with the Red Cross for 20 years but insists her nomination in the NSW Woman of the Year Awards reflects on the work of the whole group.

Member for Coffs Harbour Andrew Fraser nominated Mrs Rooth in the International Women’s Day awards because of her dedication to the Red Cross and yesterday presented her with a certificate of commendation.

Mrs Rooth is involved with the Red Cross on a local, state and national level and said she was thrilled to be nominated but acknowledged the hard work put in by the whole band of Red Cross workers.

“The Red Cross is made up of great people who believe not just in raising funds but also putting back into the community and this nomination reflects not just on my efforts but all of theirs as well,” Mrs Rooth said.



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