Dunfermline Athletic

Statement: Centenary Club Lifeline

Friday, 25th Aug 2017

The Centenary Club Lifeline would like to announce changes to the current committee. With immediate effect, Ross Lindsay will take over as acting chairman of the Centenary Club Lifeline.

Ross and the committee would firstly like to thank former Chairman, Stuart McVicars, for all the hard work that he put in and for passing the Lifeline on in the progressive position that it currently sits.

Ross was asked to take on the acting role of Chairman, with the position being formally approved at the next AGM. This was something that Ross couldn’t turn down, as it was an honour to be asked to take on this role.

The Centenary Club Lifeline has been going through numerous positive changes over the past couple of years, mainly to try and streamline the systems in place that assist with how the Centenary Club is managed.

The Lifeline continues to provide crucial funding for the club, assisting the club in various ways, from purchasing heart monitors for players to general maintenance issues around the stadium. Without this funding coming from you, the fans, the club would not have been able to progress in the manner that it has over the past few years. The Lifeline is still as important as it always has been, and that is a Lifeline to the football club.

The committee aim to have more of a presence around the club on match days, at club related events and at away days. This is to give current members and potential members the opportunity to approach the committee with any queries they may have regarding the Centenary Club and Lifeline. There will be a more detailed update on all committee members coming soon, in the meantime, below is a list of current committee members.

Centenary Club Lifeline Committee:

• Ross Lindsay – Acting Chairman
• Stephen Taylor - Treasurer
• Mary Duncan - Secretary
• Jim Syme
• Karyn Rennie
• James McMorrine
• Stephen Blance

If you’re interested in becoming a member, please do not hesitate to contact the committee, by emailing lifeline@dafc.co.uk

Or you can sign up online clicking here..

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