Former president, Lillian Clark, was presented with an award from the Queensland Ambulance Service recognising her 44 years of service
After several months of closure due to Covid-19 restrictions, the Local Ambulance Committee (LAC) has resumed the Thursday morning bingo sessions at the Tin Can Bay Country Club.
The regular participants have been very happy to be playing bingo again and there has been good attendance and strong support.
The last session for the year will be held on December 17 and will be a special Christmas function. Extra prizes will be on offer along with some Christmas treats.
So please get together with your friends and come along for a fun morning. The session starts at 9.30am with all funds raised going to support our local ambulance service.
As reported in an earlier article, our former president, Lillian Clark, was presented with a local area award from the Queensland Ambulance Service recognising her 44 years of service to the LAC, both here and in other localities.
Lillian has now received a plaque from the Queensland Commissioner; the state’s highest award for a LAC member. Congratulations Lillian for well-deserved recognition.
Finally the committee would like to thank all those people who have supported us during the year and we wish everyone a Joyful Christmas and a Happy and Safe New Year.
Cheryl Zunic, Treasurer, Email: email@example.com