Sorry Day – Kenneth Watson-Cuttler Award

​​Congratulations to Chanel Van der lugt who received the Kenneth-Watson Cuttler Award at our Sorry Day liturgy for consistently including others and fostering reconciliation. Chanel received this award because she has shown outstanding effort in the following areas:

1. Treats all people as equals to herself – not judging others based on their race, culture, school work or family circumstances.

2. Takes responsibility for her own actions towards others. Treats everyone with truth and respect and, without being prompted, says sorry for mistakes made and hurt caused to others.

3. Advocates for reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians through modelling the attributes of truth, respect, understanding and forgiveness.

4. Loves and accepts others for their differences.

The Cuttlers travel to Murgon each year for Sorry Day to present the award and share the story of Kenneth Watson-Cuttler with the children to inspire them to never give up.