Lillian Clark with Assistant Commissioner Professor Stephen Gough and Gary Langford QLAC representative, thanking Lillian for 44 year of service
There was an unusually lively vibe to the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Cooloola Coast Local Ambulance Committee (LAC) last month.
The Ukulele Group, who normally attend our annual Flower Show which was cancelled this year due to COVID-19, offered to come along to the Tin Can Bay Ambulance Station and provide some welcome entertainment.
The group has been unable to perform in front of an audience for quite a while and was excited to be able to play some live music once again.
They provided a medley of Country and Western music dressed in appropriate country style clothing and had their audience singing along to plenty of familiar tunes. It was a great way to liven up an AGM and many thanks to them for attending.
Also in attendance was Assistant Commissioner Professor Stephen Gough, who is in charge of the Sunshine Coast Local Ambulance Service Network (LASN) which includes the Gympie region.
Professor Gough expressed his great appreciation of the LAC and the work they do to support the Ambulance Service in the Cooloola area.
Professor Gough had the pleasant duty of presenting a plaque to our recently retired President, Lillian Clark, who has notched up 44 years of service in various LACs. Lillian’s record is quite impressive and she has helped raise many tens of thousands of dollars for the QAS over the years. We wish Lillian all the best in her ‘retirement’.