George Ellis set to impress as Australia Day Ambassador for the Cabonne Shire

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Australian conductor and award-winning composer, George Ellis, will be bringing beautiful music to rural New South Wales on Australia Day as an Ambassador for the Cabonne Shire.

Mr Ellis’ role as Ambassador will see him attend the Eugowra Community Bowls and Recreation Club and take part in Australia Day activities at 2pm.

READ MORE: Conductor George Ellis on the ‘musical energy’ he gets from his Greek heritage.

Presentations will be made to the Eugowra Citizen of the Year, the Junior Citizen of the Year and the Group of the Year.

There will also be Certificates of Appreciation from the Community to deserving citizens and the naming of Event of the Year.

Mr Ellis told The Forbes Advocate he’s looking forward to the event.

“Serving as an Australia Day Ambassador in beautiful rural NSW these last three years [have been] my favourite Australia Day experiences,” Mr Ellis said.

George Ellis.

READ MORE: George Ellis on orchestrating the music for the NRL Grand Final entertainment.

“I have met some incredibly inspirational and selfless people who love to help others.”

Everyone is welcome to attend the Australia Day activity at the club and people are encouraged to take a plate of food to share for afternoon tea.

READ MORE: The Hymn to Liberty: George Ellis dazzles Greeks in Sydney performance.

Source: The Forbes Advocate.

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