$2000 to Lions, but comes at a cost

The Crookwell AP&H Society has handed a cheque for $2000 to the Crookwell Lions Club, raised from gate takings at the show.

“We wish to thank the Crookwell Lions Club members for their tireless support in manning the gates over the show weekend,” said AP&H Society president Ken Ikin. “We conducted a very successful agricultural show – though our gate takings were slightly down – in particular, the livestock sections, which now sees Crookwell as the preferred show in the lead up to the Sydney Royal Easter Show.”

CHECKED: Judith and Norm Fountain, John Gray (Lions), Ken Ikin (AP&H President), Laura Clements (AP&H Secretary) and Paul Culhane (AP&H Treasurer). Photo: Paul Anderson

CHECKED: Judith and Norm Fountain, John Gray (Lions), Ken Ikin (AP&H President), Laura Clements (AP&H Secretary) and Paul Culhane (AP&H Treasurer). Photo: Paul Anderson

Marquee stolen    

A marquee used by the Crookwell Lions Club at the Showground has been stolen during the Show weekend. It was being used for shade by members while manning the gate.

The marquee was taken between 6pm Saturday and 6am Sunday. The marquee was unmarked and not the well-used Lions marquee. It was blue with the ‘Primac’ brand and on loan to the club for the weekend. This has been reported to the police. If anyone has information please phone the police.

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