Show of appreciation for town’s businesses

Sophia ConstantineNorth West Telegraph
Best Masked male winner Frank Njiru.
Camera IconBest Masked male winner Frank Njiru.

Some 250 people glammed up for the 2017 Business Of The Year Awards on Saturday, August 26, at the Walkabout Hotel.

Elegant guests enjoyed a Masked Til Midnight-themed soiree with a three-course meal, refreshments and entertainment including singing waiters.

Hosted by the Port Hedland Chamber of Commerce, the sell-out awards evening aims to recognise the strength and commitment of members in the Hedland community who positively contribute to the town’s success.

Mark Hinch presents the Pilbara Media Best Business with 5-10 Employees award, which went to Rexel Port Hedland.
Camera IconMark Hinch presents the Pilbara Media Best Business with 5-10 Employees award, which went to Rexel Port Hedland.
Beau Jenkin and Cassie Baldock.
Camera IconBeau Jenkin and Cassie Baldock.

The night concluded with dancing and prizes for those who donned the most extravagant masks.

MJ Van Vuuren, Jim Henneberry and Belulah Janse Van Vuuren.
Camera IconMJ Van Vuuren, Jim Henneberry and Belulah Janse Van Vuuren.
Greg Taylor and Tara Harry.
Camera IconGreg Taylor and Tara Harry.
Greg Taylor and Tara Harry.
Camera IconGreg Taylor and Tara Harry.
Hedland Well Women’s Centre programs co-ordinator Tracey Morrison.
Camera IconHedland Well Women’s Centre programs co-ordinator Tracey Morrison.

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