After a commitment dating back more than three decades, Wagga lady Robyn Gillespie is stepping up to the role of President for Inner Wheel Australia.
Joining the women's group in Narrandera back in 1986, Mrs Gillespie said she has through almost every role imaginable withing Inner Wheel before making it to president.
"I've been district chairman twice, a council member, then the Australian treasurer, and now the Australian vice president," she said.
Mrs Gillespie said her dedication grew from the message that Inner Wheel represents.
"It's a wonderful organisation that supports the objects of friendship, service to others and international understanding, and I've made enormous amount of friends both locally, nationally and internationally," she said.
"We do a lot of good things and there are so many inspiring women involved."
The soon-to-be president said she was most looking forward to the change of scenery when taking on her new role.
"I'm excited to visit all the districts, there's 14 throughout Australia, 130 clubs and 3000 members," she said.
"I'm hoping to reinforce the objects of the Inner Wheel and remind these women of how wonderful it is to have friendship that can work towards the service of others in need."
The induction dinner will be held in June, with an estimated 250 people coming to Wagga for the event from all over the country, and even internationally.
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