Thanks for being there!
The Meissnitz band ends the regional award ceremony with a musical performance.
Thus, all of the evening’s prizes have been awarded. Editor-in-chief Julia Hettegger takes the floor again.
Werner Fritz: “Now we have been looking forward to torture for a long time. Thanks for the price. Project with the kindergarten children – by Sandra Paradeiser, and managing director Cathrine Maislinger. Rubbish and waste separation is linked to climate protection. So I think this is a very sustainable project. “
The regional association Flachgau-Nord and their project “Waste separation is child’s play”. Cathrine Maislinger, managing director of the regional association Flachgau Nord and Werner Fritz, chairman of the regional association Flachgau-Nord accept the thirteenth and final award.
And the jury award goes to …
Gerd Schneider from ORF Salzburg comes on stage and presents the category.
Now to the last award of the evening – the jury award.
Maria Fankhauser: “I didn’t expect that. The aim is to work out cross-community projects and to bring together culture and educational institutions on an online platform for the Pongau. Thank you for letting us do that. “
The Salzburger Bildungswerk with its project “Culture & Education Initiative Pongau”. Maria Fankhauser, who is responsible for the project, accepts the award.
And won …
The penultimate category is about “Salzburg digital”. Anna Doblhofer-Bachleitner from RVS introduces them.
“It is the environment that moves us”: “The motto of our founder, the heart commands. With this motto we have started to extend the respect of creation to the environment. The reason for our project. The war two years ago. We got E-certified for the first time. We make sure that we use our resources sparingly. We are committed to the state of Salzburg and make sure to use our resources sustainably ”, Hospital Barmherzige Brüder.
The project “It is the environment that moves us” from the hospital of the Barmherzigen Brüder Salzburg prevailed against the strong competition and took the prize home with it. Werner Lassacher and Albert Webersberger from the Hospital of the Barmherzigen Brüder accept the award.
The eleventh category is: “Resource Management & Sustainability” – presented by the President of the State Parliament, Brigitta Pallauf.
“We are very happy to receive the award for our project. School materials worked out that can be used across borders. There are still prejudices against people who speak dialect. We work better cohesion in society. Thanks to everyone who finances us, to the students and the teachers “, say the award winners around Eugen Unterberger from the University of Salzburg.
And the winner is: the project “Mitn Redn kemman d’Leit zsomm” from the University of Salzburg and the Association for the Promotion of Bavarian Language and Dialects.
There are still four categories. Next up are the “Cross-Border Initiatives” – presented by Euregio President Konrad Schupfer.
Herbert Rudigier: “Thank you very much for the recognition. Stand on behalf of all students participating. We pass on values and traditions to young people in the form of projects. Our last project was a fence that runs parallel to the road. “
Category Nine “Agriculture & Forestry” takes the next step. Regional Councilor Josef Schwaiger hands over the award to the Agricultural College Bruck an der Glocknerstrasse and their project: “Pinzga Zaun”. Herbert Rudigier from the agricultural college in Bruck smiles when he receives the award from the regional council.
Diana Reuter: “I will accept the award. We work with animals and the environment every day. Regional appreciation and the preservation of small-scale agriculture are important to us. I would like to thank everyone who made the project possible and who accompanied climate protection in the region. “
And the prize goes to Woerle Ges.mbH and their project “regionally reduced CO2”. Diana Reuter, Head of Sustainability and Innovation Management, Konrad Steiner, Scientific Project Advisor, come on stage and accept the award in the Energy & Environmental Protection category.
Category eight is presented by Daniela Kinz, managing director of Salzburg AG Tourismus.
“We represented many categories here. Lots of challenges – you need creative ideas but also good information. We want to determine news literacy v that you create the news that you want to see. We want that in Pongau, Lungau and in the Salzburger Seeland. Hopefully we will make a lot of good youth news, “says Radke
Project manager Susanne Radke is happy for the Lern.Film.Studio association. about the award of their project “my view – Jugend macht Filmdokus”
“Without education and research, Salzburg would be a poor country,” said Gutschi.
Provincial Councilor Daniela Gutschi starts again in the award ceremony and presents the seventh category “Education & Research”.
Now follows a short break – Governor Wilfried Haslauer laughs again from the video wall.
W3 Shuttle Peter Brandauer “Thank you for the award. Shuttle has been around for a long time. Citizens of Werfen said we need that too. Expanded it to three places. Good for tourists and commuters. “
And Werfenweng Aktiv GmbH can look forward to victory in the category with its “W3 Shuttle” project. Svea Lauterjung, Managing Director of Werfenweng Aktiv GmbH and Peter Brandauer, Mayor of Werfenweng, accept the award.
The next category is about traffic & mobility. Provincial Councilor Stefan Schnöll presents the sixth prize of the evening.
Destination certification, Green Destination Wagreiner Tourismus, Michaele Hölz, Nicole “I am dying to accept the award on behalf of management. This is a project that brings the whole valley together for more sustainability. It’s about a basic shift in how tourism and sustainability come together. The award also goes to those who supplied us. “
The winner is the “Destination Certification Sustainability” project by Wagrain-Kleinarl Tourismus. State parliament member Hans Scharfetter hands over the award to Michaela Hölz (managing director Hölz Consulting and project manager) and Nicole Nell (project manager).
It continues with tourism & gastronomy.
Tennengau hiking market, Rettenbacher Juliane “The Tennengau hiking market is delighted. Regionality everything that the market revolves around. Wander in four parishes. Pull products from regional companies. Handmade soap, groceries or soap, you can get a lot with us. We are very happy that we have won.
Juliane Rettenbacher with her project “Tennengauer Wandermarkt”.
And the winner is …
The fourth category is about business & services. The category will be presented by Peter Buchmüller, President of the Salzburg Chamber of Commerce.
“We try to register a lot of projects. We are happy if who wins. We applied ourselves this time and are happy about the second prize. Heart project for us. We make sure that children and young people find their way, ”say the award winners.
And it goes on: Category Three – Generations & Coexistence – presented by Regional Councilor Andrea Klambauer – goes to the “Energy Kids” project from the association leader Lebens.Wert.Pongau. Birgit Kallunder, managing director of the Lebens.Wert.Pongau association, and Michaela Frahndl, who is responsible for the project, can look forward to the regional award.
Michael König, Managing Director of Diakoniewerk Salzburg and Johannes Dines, Director of Caritas Salzburg, are honored for their “Virgilbus” project.
König: “Modest project. Virgilbus a project from the middle of society. A lot of commitment, a lot of perseverance. Well balanced climate in the city. Thanks to Sebastian Huber for the support. “
Harald Preuner, Mayor of the City of Salzburg, presents the second category, Health & Quality of Life.
“Thank you to the Salzburg companies and their employees. Even with the families who own the forest. Gives strength and courage to push wood. Special raw material. Everything happens in Salzburg. Wood does not have to leave the federal state for furniture and house construction. We will take him home with great pleasure, ”say the award winners
Gregor Grill, managing director of ProHolz Salzburg and Rudolf Rosenstatter, chairman of ProHolz Salzburg, jumped up relieved and accepted their price for the project “Wood installation on the Großglockner”.
After the greeting it starts. The tension rises and the nominees are visibly more tense. Category one: Art / Culture / Customs is presented by Deputy Governor Heinrich Schellhorn.
“Summer was already very colorful – not bland in folk culture. Even with the festival. People are hungry for art and culture. Lots of young people who are involved in folk culture. From 8,000 to 3,000 under 30 years of age. High quality offspring We have enough young musicians “, knows Heinrich Schellhorn
Governor Wilfried Haslauer, who cannot be there himself today, also reports with a greeting video.
The gates to the Marble Hall are open, the visitors are slowly taking their seats and thus starting the Bezirksblätter regionality award 2021 in its program. Editor-in-chief Julia Hettegger, together with managing director Michael Kretz, welcomes the guests and campaign partners.