Esther Roadnight Inducted into Walk of Fame

Esther Roadnight Inducted into Walk of Fame

Esther Roadnight Inducted into Walk of Fame The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder is announcing it’s newest inductee to the Walk of Fame at the City’s Art Prize Awards on Friday night 21 September.
 
Each year, the Walk of Fame Committee select at least one outstanding Kalgoorlie-Boulder individual with a plaque to be placed along Hannan Street in the Kalgoorlie CBD.
 
Awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia for service to the community, the Centenary Medal, 2009 WA Citizen of the Year and Freeman of Kalgoorlie-Boulder. Mrs Esther Roadnight is a long standing community leader of Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
 
CEO John Walker said “Esther has, throughout her lifetime, committed and dedicated selflessly to the Kalgoorlie-Boulder community. Highly regarded in the Goldfields and playing an integral role with community organisations, Esther Roadnight has driven a positive community atmosphere.”
 
Mr Walker added, “Mrs Roadnight is a life member of the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Community Fair Society. A committed member of both Hannan’s and Kalgoorlie Rotary clubs as well as sitting on numerous community committees demonstrates a dedication to community like no other.”
 
Former Councillor for the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Mrs Roadnight will be in attendance at the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Art Prize Awards on Friday night 21 September, at which her induction will be announced by Mayor John Bowler.
 
The Walk of Fame Paver is being unveiled in October.