Veterans honoured at Cudgen club

TWEED Byron District held its Veterans' Day at Cudgen Leagues Club on Monday.

It was the biggest day ever held, with 82 attendees, ensuring that both greens were well and truly filled to capacity.

The new Veterans, aged 80, were presented with their badges while the Super Veterans, aged 90, were presented with their stars to add to their badges.

It is wonderful to see our Super Veterans still playing.

Three of the ladies who received their Veterans' badges are new bowlers, so congratulations to those ladies for joining our enjoyable sport.

Special congratulations to all ladies on being Veterans.

Margaret Trapnell of Cudgen Leagues announced that she was moving out of the District and the state. She is moving to northern Queensland to be closer to her family.

Margaret, a friendly and bubbly person, will be greatly missed by all, as she is well-known from her attendance at Gala Days and her involvement in Pennants.

We wish her well.



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