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The Headstone Project has made it to the Finals in the Ricoh Business Centre Hobart Community Group of the Year Award which forms part of the 2019 Tasmanian Community Achievement Awards. The winner is to be announced at a gala presentation at the Grand Chancellor Hotel on Friday November 22nd 2019. This is a great achievement by the team and recognition of the importance of our work to the Tasmanian community. ... See MoreSee Less

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Great work

Well done

Congratulations on your reaching the Finals. Our best wishes go to you. Good luck with everything. We have our fingers crossed for you. 🙂 🙂 🙂

Great work, team

Well deserved recognition congrats

Well deserved, good luck!

Thank you from my Family well done

Friends of Balmoral Cemetery

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Great news for our entire community. Following recent nomination, The Headstone Project has made it to the Semi-Finals in the Ricoh Business Centre Hobart Community Group of the Year Award which forms part of the 2019 Tasmanian Community Achievement Awards.

The Awards encourage, acknowledge and reward the valuable contributions individuals, communities, and businesses are making throughout Tasmania.

Stay tuned - the winner is announced in late September.
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Awesome. Well done for your kiwi cousins NZRA

Well done in making it to the semi-finals. Your determination and evident enthusiasm and expertise "tick all the boxes" for the participants. Upwards and onwards from here for you all. Our best wishes for success go with you now and always.

Great work

Congratulations to all. Well deserved nomination. Good luck.

Well deserved

Well done!🤞

Jenny Clark Norm Love Cemetery Betty

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The Headstone Project

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Well done T.H.P. Continue the good work. hvmh

Jenny Clark Norm Love Cemetery Betty

2 months ago

The Headstone Project

The Headstone Project are delighted to learn of the work done last year by the Goondiwindi RSL sub-branch and their project to mark the final resting places of a number of their returned World War 1 soldiers. RSL Tasmania has been a fantastic supporter of our cause and we hope that the RSL network around Australia continues to be be a strong leader in the recognition of the service and sacrifice of 'our soldiers'. As we find out more about efforts in Queensland, events, photos and other content will be added to www.theheadstoneproject.org/qld. They served - they deserve to be remembered. ... See MoreSee Less

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Norm Love Cemetery Betty

Jenny Clark

Lest we forget

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