Lancefield Romsey Lions Club awarded some of its members for their long service to the club and their commitment to the community.

THE Lancefield Romsey Lions Club hosted a celebration on February 21 for its longest-serving members for their commitment and assistance to the club and the community.

For his commitment to Lions Licola, a fun camp for youths whose families live in hardship, Ged McLaughlin was awarded a framed certificate and a lifetime membership.

The facility enables youth to enjoy outdoor activities and is operated by Lions members.

Other recipients awarded for their commitment to the club included Matthew Bachelor, 10 years; Pam Amezdroz, 15 years; Milos Starec, 20 years; Patrick Sullivan, 35 years; Werner Ladzik, 35 years; and Doug Newnham, 45 years.

Macedon Ranges Shire Mayor Jennifer Anderson, councillor Geoff Neil and Member for Macedon Mary-Anne Thomas were guests at the event.

The club hopes to have more opportunities to serve the community in 2021.