DEDICATION should be Margaret Boyd's middle name.
The Woodcroft resident was named this year's Coral McLean Award winner, recognised for her voluntary work with Rooty Hill Naval Association and the Children's Hospital at Westmead.
Now in its second year, the award is in honour of the late Coral McLean, known as "the mother of Mount Druitt" who sacrificed more than 100,000 hours of her time to the community.
Rooty Hill Naval Association's Robert Copper nominated Mrs Boyd for the Coral McLean Award.
"He asked if he could nominate me and I said no," she said.
"He did it anyway. It has made me feel very humble."
She's also a tour guide at The Children's Hospital at Westmead.
"I'm lucky to work at a hospital with so many beautiful children who are inspirational," she said.
"My mum always said if you can make one person smile once a day, you're doing okay."
An emotional Ambika Dhungyel received the Judges Commendation award for her work in the Bhutanese community.
Liza Moscatelli was named Young Chifley Woman of the Year for her work in facilitating art workshops at Ted Noffs Foundation, while Rita Tobin and Alicia Martin were Chifley Women of the Year joint winners.