Region highlighted as Apex Club members catch up
Manjimup Apex Club will host fellow members from throughout the country this weekend as part of the WA Apex State Catch Up.
More than 40 people will attend the catch-up from Friday to Monday, which acts as the WA Apex clubs’ convention.
Manjimup Apex Club president Tari Jeffers said the club nominated to host this year’s catch up.
“We nominated to host the 2020 catch-up specifically because we knew by then, all of Manjimup’s major projects would be completed,” she said.
“We wanted to present our town at its best and show off how much it has grown.”
Across the long weekend, the various members will participate in service work in the area.
“On Sunday, we’ll also be taking our visitors — who have come from as far as Geraldton and interstate — on a tour of farms in our region and show off how our region really is the food bowl of the South West,” Ms Jeffers said.
“We are also incredibly proud to welcome the Apex National Board along for the weekend, including national president Mick Godfrey, who is from WA.
“I have to thank all of my fellow members who have put in hours of work to make this event come together, it’ll be a great weekend for everyone.”
Ms Jeffers thanked all the supporters of the event for their input.
“If you see us out and about over the weekend, please say hello and ask us all about Apex,” she said.
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