Col Cameron makes his final address as president but hasn’t gone far with his new appointment as senior vice-president.
Col Cameron makes his final address as president but hasn’t gone far with his new appointment as senior vice-president.

Col won't stray too far away

IT’S been a stellar year for the Warwick Senior Citizens under the leadership of Col Cameron.

While he conceded the need for a scotch during his final address as president at the annual general meeting on Thursday, he won’t wander too far from the group executive.

During his three years in the top job, Mr Cameron said one of his greatest accomplishments was mastering technology.

“If someone had told me I’d have written this speech with a computer, I wouldn’t have believed them but it’s true, I did,” he said. “We’ve held lots of groups here from yoga, hoy and cards.”

Throughout the year the group has made donations to CareFlight, The Salvation Army and supported hospitality students from Warwick State High School and Assumption College.

New Warwick Senior Citizens executive: president Joe Owens, senior vice-president Col Cameron, junior vice-president Agnes Wilkie, secretary Marc Wilkie, assistant secretary Joan Perry, treasurer Pat Buddy, assistant treasurer Ray Perry, public relations Mick McEniery.


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