Sue Job awarded life membership of Murray Bridge Friends of the Library group

HONOURED: Friends of the Library founding member Sue Job was awarded a Life Membership after 27 years with the at its AGM on August 8. Photo: Supplied.

HONOURED: Friends of the Library founding member Sue Job was awarded a Life Membership after 27 years with the at its AGM on August 8. Photo: Supplied.

On August 8, the Friends of the Library (FOL) held its AGM and was pleased to see a new member in attendance and two join a week earlier.

FOUNDING MEMBER: Life membership recipient Sue Job with Friends of the Library secretary Ann Hughes and president Peggy Bennett. Photo: Supplied.

FOUNDING MEMBER: Life membership recipient Sue Job with Friends of the Library secretary Ann Hughes and president Peggy Bennett. Photo: Supplied.

Gemma Priest was elected as Secretary to fill the vacancy.

Ann Hughes retired from the position after 11 years, but will continue as Treasurer.

At the conclusion of this meeting, President Peggy Bennett announced that the first Life Membership would be awarded to founding member, Sue Job after serving 27 years.

Her contribution has been significant as was covered in detail on the citation read by President Peggy.

Sue served in office positions, on the committee, catering activities, has been the FOL representative and the list goes on.

Sue has excellent negotiating skills which have been in regular demand over the years.

It was a fitting and timely for Sue’s contribution to the Friends be recognised with the first Life Membership award.

As the award was quite unexpected, Sue was overwhelmed by all the attention as she received the framed citation, badge and floral arrangement.

Sue continues to serve as a valuable member who has earned much respect from both past and present members.

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