PCYC says thanks

At a special thank you presentation to the Lismore Workers Club late last year were (l-r) PCYC Northern Zone commander Tony Jordan, raffle volunteer Pat Johnston, Lismore Workers Club operations manager Phil Kelly, PCYC club manager Jason Clarke and PCYC youth programmer Amanda Bazley.

The Lismore Police & Community Youth Club (PCYC) recently held a special presentation for the Lismore Workers Club to thank them for their fundraising efforts and support.

The PCYC runs an annual Christmas raffle in conjunction with the Workers Club, which raised $8000 last year.

As a non-profit organisation, we rely on community support from organisations such as the Workers Club to keep our doors open, said PCYC club manager, Jason Clarke. We want to say a special thank you to operations manager Phil Kelly, as well as Pat Johnston and all the other volunteers who were the driving force behind the raffle.


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