STAR calls on all before ball

TOP STAFF UNMASKED: Paula Testoni, Marie Marcus, Stephanie Star and Belinda Rand are urging locals to nominate worthy hospital staff ahead of their masquerade ball.

TOP STAFF UNMASKED: Paula Testoni, Marie Marcus, Stephanie Star and Belinda Rand are urging locals to nominate worthy hospital staff ahead of their masquerade ball.

IT DOESN'T matter if they saved your life or simply saved you time, if hospital staff have impressed you we want to hear about it.

Members of the Staff Thanks and Recognition (STAR) committee at Griffith Base Hospital are calling on locals to nominate worthy workers ahead of their ball set down for Saturday, July 19 at the Hanwood Sports Club.

STAR committee member Belinda Rand said they were keen to hear about any good work being done.

"We've got more than 300 staff here and there are also staff at the Community Health Centre as well that we'd like people to recognise," she said.

"It can be as simple or as grand as you like. It's just about recognising what the staff do, that's our main aim.

"Generally they don't get much thanks for what they do."

The awards will be announced during the masquerade ball, with the whole community invited to attend.

"We'd love to see lots of people come along and show their support," Mrs Rand said.

"It's open to everyone and anyone and should be a good night. We have champagne on arrival and a three course meal plus wine, beer and soft drinks, with entertainment by Kactus."

Nomination forms can be found in The Area News and need to be at the office by 4pm on Friday, July 4.

Tickets for the ball are available at Griffith Base Hospital or The Area News office on Banna Avenue.

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