Businessman and long serving president John Lewis has been returned unopposed at President of the Flying Ace Cycle Club (FACC) when they held their annual general meeting of Tuesday at the Port Mourant Turf Club. Lewis is the manager of Water Chris International Hotel.
Attorney at law Merceline Bacchus retained his position of first Vice President, while founder and coach Randolph Roberts in now the club’s second Vice President. Businessman Ganesh Singh remain the club’s third Vice President.
Police woman Margaret Kuma is back in the position of club Secretary, while Randolph Roberts will remain as Treasurer and Public Relations Officer.
Cyclist Neil Reece continues to be the club captain with veteran Syborne Fernandez voted in as the vice captain of the team.
Five committee members were also named and they are Rawle Felix, Fizal Ally, Lloyd Joseph, Pearl Arokium and Darrel Toolsie.
Former New Amsterdam Mayor and Businessman Errol Alphonso remains the Patron of the club.
Former Long serving Secretary of the club Rhonda Russell remains an honorary member.
Lewis thanked the club for continuing to show faith in him and expressed his pleasure in continuing to work with the club. He congratulated all the member for a job well done and had special words of commendation for the cyclists who participated in the club’s activities last year, while wishing them a better year in 2015. He also expressed his satisfaction in the number of events hosted by the club in 2014.
In 2014 the FACC held a total of 23 events; six were open for cyclist throughout the country. Of the six three were sponsored by former national cyclist and overseas based Guyanese Wilbert Benjamin.
The first event for the club will pedal off on Sunday January 25th with the staging of the third annual Benjamin Sports Store open 50 miles cycle road race sponsored by Former national cyclist Wilbert Benjamin. The event will be held from Fyrish to No 51 police station and back to the place of origin. (Samuel Whyte)
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