The Greater Hume Council is responsive to the needs of young people aged between 12 – 24 years and adaptive to changing times of rapid growth and new technologies.
In collaboration with communities, government and non-government agencies we support young people in Greater Hume through programs, partnerships, and creating opportunities for them to actively participate in quality community life.
Hayden Honeywill - Library Trainee - Invited to 7NEWS Young Achiever Awards NSW/ACT
Greater Hume Council nominated Hayden Honeywill for the First National Real Estate Leadership Award in late 2021. The calibre of nominees for the Awards was extremely high and although Hayden did not make it through to the final four the judging panel passed on their congratulations for the outstanding achievements outlined in the nomination and invited Hayden to the Awards Gala Presentation Dinner which was held in Sydney on Friday 13 May 2022.
On the night of the awards Hayden was presented with a Certificate of Achievement by Hon Ben Franklin MLC, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, the Arts and Regional Youth at the same time MC Michael Usher from Prime 7 read a short summary of Hayden’s many achievements. The event was a wonderful occasion with more than 400 guests attending including the media, Government officials, finalists and nominees. Congratulations to Hayden for your achievements.
Pics Hayden Honeywill at the Awards Gala Presentation Dinner in Sydney