Hundreds of people make citizenship pledge

Hundreds of people make citizenship pledge
Hundreds of people make citizenship pledge
Hundreds of people make citizenship pledge
Hundreds of people make citizenship pledge
Hundreds of people make citizenship pledge
Hundreds of people make citizenship pledge
Hundreds of people make citizenship pledge
Hundreds of people make citizenship pledge
Hundreds of people make citizenship pledge
Hundreds of people make citizenship pledge
Hundreds of people make citizenship pledge

HUNDREDS of flags fluttered as about 800 people made citizenships pledges at Wanneroo Showground on Australia day.

Originating from about 50 countries, they took part in the country’s biggest ceremony on January 26, hosted by the City of Wanneroo.

Guests included Premier Colin Barnett and Opposition Leader Mark McGowan.

The Wanneroo Scout Group provided a breakfast barbecue before the ceremony, and Mayor Tracey Roberts announced winners of the City’s Australia Day awards.

Recipients included the Two Rocks Yanchep Assisted Cancer Travels group, Wanneroo pioneer Carmela Sinagra and teen philanthropist Alicia Tavani.