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Long service award to Mick Paul


A presentation was made to Mick Paul for his long service to the Club during the recent BMC meeting at Sutcliffe Park. At the start of the year, Mick stood down as Club Treasurer after more than 30 years in the role. He has steered our finances through some choppy waters and ensured that we have a very stable and secure Club. Mick has also served as Secretary to the Cross-Country and Ladies sections as well as the Club Press officer. If that wasn't enough, he remains the Kent County AA Treasurer and is a former President of both Cambridge Harriers and the County.


The award to Mick was announced at the Club AGM in March but he waited patiently for the official presentation last Wednesday.


The photo shows from left to right, Joan Allison, Christine Bond, Mick Paul, Chris Head-Rapson (Club President) Glynis Penny & Pauline Boorman.

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