Belinda to lead Apex

New Drouin Warragul and Districts Apex
Club member Matthew Peck is welcomed to the
club by president Belinda Jones and re-inducted
member Tony Forrest.

New Drouin Warragul and Districts Apex Club member Matthew Peck is welcomed to the club by president Belinda Jones and re-inducted member Tony Forrest.

Drouin Warragul and Districts Apex Club held a successful handover dinner at the Downtowner on Saturday night, with Belinda Jones reinstated as president.

The Apex Association has lifted the age limit of members (it was previously 45 years) and the Drouin Warragul and Districts Club has left its age limit open.

Past member Tony Forrest was the first to be reinducted into the club since the new limit was set, while Matthew Peck was inducted as a new member.

Luke Surman won the membership trophy, while Wayne Northe won the Apexian of the year trophy.

President Belinda Jones reflected on achievements made during the past year, including the twin towns memorial walk to be held annually in memory of Phil Cusden and in conjunction with the Warragul Gift and the clean up our backyard campaign.

Mrs Jones said the club had already planned a busy year ahead.

"Baw Baw Shire Council has asked for expressions of interest from all Warragul service clubs in holding an Australia Day breakfast and we plan to be involved in this event," she said.

"The Drouin Ficifolia committee has approached us to hold Party in the Park.

"In addition to our existing involvement with Farm World and the Garden Expo, these events have filled our schedule considerably."


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