Lions awarded for long service

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.

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