Exmouth Moose members clock up long service awards

PUBLISHED: 17:31 07 November 2017

The photograph shows, left to right, Chris Frankpitt, Beryl Ralph, Ray Smith and Jeannette Smith.

The photograph shows, left to right, Chris Frankpitt, Beryl Ralph, Ray Smith and Jeannette Smith.

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Exmouth Moose International members have received awards for 40 years of dedication and service to the cause

Awards celebrating four decades of dedication were presented to members of Exmouth Moose International.

At the club’s latest meeting Christine Frankpitt, Beryl Ralph, Ray Smith and Jeannette Smith, each received 40 year service awards.

The club said the four members have achieved ‘outstanding results’ with their continued support of different aspects of Moose International’s work.

Christine Frankpitt and Jeannette Smith are past lady presidents of Exmouth Moose International; Beryl Ralph is the current lady president.

Ray Smith, a past governor of the Exeter Moose International branch who was elevated to the Fellowship degree a number of year ago, currently holds the position of the secretary of the Exmouth branch.

The photograph shows, left to right, Chris Frankpitt, Beryl Ralph, Ray Smith and Jeannette Smith.

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