Hagen Stehr recognised for service

August 2005
Professional Fisherman;Aug2005, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports that Hagen Stehr was recently honoured at a ceremony in Adelaide to mark 24 continuous years service as Chairman of the South Australian Fishing and Seafood Industry Training Council. The occasion marked the end of the Training Council as a separate entity. The seafood industry will now be represented as part of the new Primary Industries Skills Council of SA. Hagen was unanimously elected as Chair of this new organisation by representatives of the agriculture, horticulture, seafood and racing industries in the state.


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