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Committee 2021-2022.

Finally, Lions Changeover happened on Wednesday 14th July, held at Parehua. The Staff did us proud. 53 members and guests attended.

Margaret Bush has taken over as President from Joe Howells, Barbara Gavin as First Vice-president, and Belinda Jorgensen is Second Vice-president. Stuart McGrigor takes on the job of Club Secretary for a second term. Terry Blacktop stays as Treasurer, and  Ray Lind, our oldest member has handed over  Club Almoner job to Tom Bunny

The Induction was performed by Gary Pickering of Masterton. Nine members were inducted into their new positions for the year. The next three years will see Lions with an all female leadership.

The Raffle winners were;

1st prize Sue Sutherland

2nd prize Veronica Hawkins

3rd prize Penny Bargh

Wayne Heath from Masterton provided music throughout the evening,

Donald &Wendy Walker from Carterton gave us a most enjoyable demonstration of rock and roll dancing, and were joined by some of the members. This ended a very successful evening.

Martinborough Lions Meet every 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month at the Lions Den, Oxford Street Martinborough from 6pm.

Men and women of all ages are welcome to come along and check us out and learn about what Lions do in the community. Contact Margaret Bush; Club President; Email; bushmargaret13@gmail.com phone 0276685896 or Terry Blacktop06 3068568 if you are interested in joining.

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