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Kay is commended for 50 years

Kay is commended for 50 years

By Sunny Liu Mother and daughter Muriel and Kay Craddock have been operating Kay Craddock Antiquarian Bookstore since 1965 and last month Kay was recognised with a Lord Mayor’s Commendation for 50 years of contribution to the CBD. Kay Craddock co-founded the Lord Mayor’s Commendations program with other small business owners in 2005 and said

Small business recognition

The City of Melbourne is seeking nominations from eligible small businesses for its 12th annual Lord Mayor’s Commendations. The commendations celebrate and recognise the contribution that small businesses make to the success of the city.  More than 500 City of Melbourne-based small business owners have so far been recognised. Applications are open until Friday, May

Recognition for small businesses

Eligible local small businesses are invited to apply for this year’s Lord Mayor’s Commendations. The annual awards, which started in 2005, recognise the commitment of long-term independent small and multi-generational businesses. Business owners are eligible to apply for a bronze commendation after 10 or more years of operation in the municipality, a silver commendation after

‘Captain’ picks two ‘legends’

Two special “captain’s picks” awards were presented at the annual Lord Mayor’s Commendations on August 24. On the night, Lord Mayor Robert Doyle surprised Kay Craddock and Don Parsons for their long-term support of the program, which recognises the contribution of small business to the life of the city. Ms Craddock co-founded the commendations 10

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