Community recognition in NSW Parliament for local resident

Well known local Kyle Loughran was presented with a Community Recognition certificate on Monday by State Member for Barwon, Roy Butler’s staff.
Each sitting day of parliament, members may read out a one minute Community Recognition Statement that congratulates or acknowledges the achievements of people or groups in the community; recognises charity work, retirement or honours and awards; or expresses words of thanks or condolences.
Last Wednesday Mr Butler chose to speak about Kyle, who he said had a “positive attitude to life and commitment to the town”.
“Kyle is a Director on the Board of the local RSL Club and also owns and operates a window cleaning business which allows him many opportunities to engage locals or visitors in conversation about his real passion — sports – be it local or international competitions,” Mr Butler said.
Mr Butler also spoke of Kyle’s recent appointment as the Manager of the Cobar Roosters Rugby League Under 18s side and praised him for his dedication over many years to assist both the junior and senior foot-ball clubs.
“Kyle has also been involved with the local tennis club and loves a good fair game of pool.
“His positive attitude is an inspiration to all, young and old of Cobar and the surrounding communities”. He said Kyle was a fantastic asset to the community of Cobar.