Buckland Bowling Club

The Annual General Meeting of the Buckland Bowling Club was held recently and the following officers were appointed.

Patrons are Mrs. Jean Bell and Mr. Errol Short. A new President in Mr. Paul Gibbons was elected to take over from Mike Stone who had completed 7 years in that position.

Mike has now assumed the role of Tournament Manager. Secretary, Mrs. Diane Main stood for another year in office having already completed 11 years however a new Treasurer was elected, Mr. Chris Bull. Match Committee functions will be managed by Lorraine Worthington, House Manager, Mrs. Karen Bellhouse, Property Manager Mr. Maurice Bellhouse, Don Thomson retains his sponsorship portfolio and Bernice Maloney her Welfare Officer role.

Jim Ballard will continue to represent the club as Centre delegate. An exciting new year is in prospect which members new and current can enjoy at the same subscriptions levels as last year.

After annual maintenance, the greens already look inviting and will provide the usual excellent playing surface. Season Opening is scheduled for September 19.

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