‘Ordinary People Making an Extraordinary Difference’ campaign

David Coventry, Pringles Crouch Wudinna (centre) presenting cheques to Peter Cock of the Central Eyre Football Club (left) and Extraordinary Person winner Aaron Grocke (right)


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Pringles Crouch is offering their successful ‘Ordinary People Making an Extraordinary Difference’ campaign to sporting clubs for the fourth consecutive season
The central theme of the campaign is a celebration of community spirit recognizing the special efforts of volunteers of all ages who greatly enrich local communities through their football and netball clubs. The award acknowledges ordinary people who make an extraordinary difference. For example it could be a junior playing, coaching and helping out beyond their years, an inspirational parent who volunteers many hours, or that invaluable person your club couldn’t function without.
Clubs were invited to submit a nomination during the 2014/2015 winter sports season and at the conclusion of the season photos and profiles of each of the nominees were loaded to the Pringles Crouch Facebook page for public voting over summer.
‘During the voting period we are pleased to see the encouraging and supportive responses posted against each of the nominees’, said Megan Phillips of Pringles Crouch. ‘These comments come not only from the members of their own clubs, but the wider community.’
The winner of the Pringles Crouch Extraordinary Person Award from the 2014/15 Season was announced in April and was awarded to Aaron Grocke of Central Eyre Football Club.
Aaron has been a tireless worker for not only Central Eyre Football Club but also Mid West Football League. He has been the Central Eyre social club president for 10 years, trainer for 12 years (currently level 2) and has been head trainer for last four years. He has been the club’s vice president for four years and a delegate for a further eight years. Aaron will be stepping up to club president this year. For the Mid-West League he has been a trainer for eight years at both senior and junior levels, and is currently the junior co-ordinator.
Congratulations to Aaron for receiving the most votes. He received a $200 incentive cash development award from Pringles Crouch and an extra $500 (on top of our usual sponsorship) for his club. Well done.
Pringles Crouch also extend our thanks to all clubs and volunteers for their valuable work they do for their communities.
The current nominees include Leanne Ayles, BMW Football Club; Kelsey Trezise, Central Eyre Football & Netball Club; Chris (Chippa) Schumann, Cowell Football Club; Craig (Wheary) Wheare, Lock Football Club; Dave Pritchard, North Clare Football Club; Sarah Powell, Ports Football & Netball Club; Paul Jones, Southern Flinders Football Club; Smiley Ashman, Yeelanna Football & Netball Club; Ricky Myers, Marble Range Football Club.
You could win a John Deere jacket just by voting. To vote simply visit the Pringles Crouch facebook page, click the ‘photo’s tab and find the album called Football/Netball Pringles Crouch Extraordinary Person Award. To vote, simply ‘like’ a photo in the album. The winner will be announced in August in time for presentations at the end of the season.