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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Quota Club Narooma Inc. 35 Years Serving The Community

On Saturday 29 October 2022, current Quota Members, Past Governors, Past Presidents, Past Members, Partners and friends joined together to celebrate the Narooma Quota Club being part of the local community for 35 years.

Club Narooma provided the perfect venue in the Montague Room and Matt Dent, musician, provided the entertainment. The theme for the evening was ‘The 80’s’ and the Montague Room looked quite the part with many Quota Members dressed up accordingly, ready to party.

President Sue Fahey and Vice President Stephanie Hancock were the Emcees and kept everything running smoothly. One formal part of the evening was the presentation of the Margaret Saker OAM Award for 2022.

Margaret is remembered with great fondness by Quota Members and was well known in Narooma for her community service. The Margaret Saker OAM Award for 2022 was presented to Maureen Young by Trevor Saker, one of Margaret’s sons, who had travelled from Victoria. Maureen’s commitment to Quota Narooma is exceptional. She is a Charter Member and has given 35 years of continuous service to the Quota Club.

A beautiful Birthday Cake was provided by the ABC Bakery to celebrate the 35 years of Quota Club Narooma Inc. Charter Member Maureen Young and Past District Governor and President Dawn Bickford cut the cake.

To help everyone remember the last 35 years, a Power Point Presentation of photos was shown, going all the way back to 1987 right up until 2022.

As Quotarians, it is these special times of celebration that are important. Spending time with the friends we have made, not just doing service in the community, but enjoying the fun times too.

Our Quota motto always is “WE SHARE.”

Should you wish to know more about Quota and are interested in joining, please contact Michelle Wilson on 0401 623 711

“The Quota Club Narooma Inc. is a non-profit organisation supporting the social wellbeing of local communities, particularly women, children, the deaf, hard of hearing, and speech impaired”

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