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CEO Lynn Locke Retires From Shoalhaven City Turf Club

Shoalhaven City Turf Club CEO, Mrs Lynn Locke, has announced her retirement after 18 years of service with the Club.

The Club's Chairman, Michael Martin, said it was a “sad day for the Club” following the news.

(L-R): Ian Whitby (Vice-president), Lynn Locke (Chief Executive Officer) and Michael Martin (Chairman) from Shoalhaven City Turf Club

Mr Martin reflected on her significant contribution to Shoalhaven City Turf Club, the local community and the racing industry during the 18 years.

“Lynn is a dedicated and hardworking CEO; her vast industry knowledge and experience will be missed not only by the Shoalhaven Club but also a large number of industry participants.”

With a number of capital works projects now complete, Lynn felt the time was right and will move to Perth to be closer to her family.

Lynn will continue in her CEO role whilst the club undertakes the recruitment process and will assist in ensuring a smooth transition.

Shoalhaven City Turf Club is advertising for a new CEO with applications closing on Friday, 6th September 2019.

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