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New executive for Maclean Women’s Bowling Club

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The new executive members (L to R) Kerrie Hudson, Sue Grieve, Lee McKay and Janice Hayward

The Annual General Meeting of Maclean Women’s Bowling Club was held on Monday July 2. Copies of the reports from the president, secretary, treasurer and match committee chairman were distributed. Eileen O’Keefe took the chair for the elections with the following results.

President: Kerrie Hudson; Vice-President: Sue Grieve; Secretary: Lee McKay; Treasurer: Janice Hayward;
Match Committee: Lyn Sheppard (chairman), Cheryl Johnson, Pauline Ryan, Narelle Phelps; Social Committee: Leone Bodycote (chairman), Sandra Keighran, Cheryl Carter; Patrons: Marie Burnes, Lena Essex.
The incoming president, Kerrie Hudson, presented flowers to the outgoing president, Margaret Stallard, and to Cheryl Carter for her many years of service as chairman of the selectors.

There is a sheet on the board for single entries in the McBowl Masters and Pro-am tournament on November 1 to 4.

There is also a sheet for entries in the L J Hooker game on Tuesday July 24, closing on Monday July 23.
Scroungers could not be played last Thursday because of rain but will be on again tomorrow Thursday July 12.
On Tuesday July 3 the District Fours Championship was held at Maclean and there was only one rink of social bowls. Result: B Littlewood, D Newton, I Whitney d M Combley, B Mitchell, J Butcher.

Maggie Combley

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