Friday 01/09 Nominee; Jochen Hess
The President’s Shield night is held annually in September and each intra club has a nominee based on their contribution to Norths, their intraclub, either their sporting achievements, service to sport or special interest group over the preceding year.
It is a fun evening with music and dancing, listen to what other intraclubs say about their nominated person. Throughout the evening there is a slideshow of each intraclubs activities and social events.
History – Presidents Shield Awards
In 1955 a group of dedicated Norths supporters, led by the late Harry McKinnon, formed North Sydney Leagues Club. With the help of their families and debenture holders, they bought a house in Merlin Street, North Sydney, which was the Club’s first home. In July 1964 due to lack of space and the threat of the new expressway, Norths sadly left their beloved Merlin Street home and moved to Cammeray.
With a new building and a new look Sports Council headed by Fred Orreill and his active committee, new Intra Clubs were added (see http://www.norths.com.au/community/intra-clubs/ for a current list).
The first Sportsman of the Year Night, chosen from the Intra Clubs, was held in 1980, the winner for 1979 being Graham Hoschke, who was the Secretary of the Fishing Club.
Former NORTHS Sydney Leagues Club President, Mr. Ray Beattie, renamed the ‘Sportsman of the Year’ award the ‘President’s Shield’.
HomeHQ Artarmon have hosted a print photography competition for the last 3 years coinciding with the Willoughby Spring Festival in September. The competition is open to Norths Photographic Society members only and is not open to the public.This year the theme is OPEN.
The exhibition will showcase inspiring work from our members.
There will be a launch and announcement of the winners by the Mayor of Willoughby, Ms Gail Giles-Gidney.
Finger food and drinks provided.
Exhibition runs until the end of September.
Congratulations to everyone who entered, there was amazing work presented.
1st place Joslyn Davis, Sleek Peace
2nd place Kian Mak, Re-conz-truk-cion
3rd place Margaret Frankish, Bird on a wire