President's Pen : Rotary Club of Picton

President's Pen

Picton Rotary Club is delighted to introduce to the community our President for 2023/24, Mr Terry Lillie.

Terry is a past President of Picton Rotary in 1992/93 who retired to the South Coast then moved back to Wollondilly in 2021 and rejoined the club.

In 2001 Terry and his wife moved to Shoalhaven Heads where, as President of Shoalhaven Heads Golf Club, he steered the committee for 13 years.

Terry then decided that Shoalhaven Heads needed an active service club that would make a difference in the local community and beyond, support and assist the community in its endeavours and undertake projects to enhance the village.

In May of 2014 contacted the Lions District Governor with a view to starting up a new Lions Club in Shoalhaven Heads. In 2014 Shoalhaven Heads Lions came to life with 10 members. During 2015 membership grew to over 20. The Club was chartered in January 2016.

Past President Lyn Davey said “With a wealth of knowledge as a past Rotary President a lot of experience in joining people together in the community and for the community, we believe Terry is the man for the job”.  

Terry is interested in expanding the clubs membership base with business people, retirees, more ladies and youth and has demonstrated ability in the field of community engagement.

Terry is an avid golfer and has been a Board member of Antill Park Country Golf Club in the past and an experienced fundraiser.

Terry was inducted as President at a celebration at Vabys Restaurant on Monday 10th of July with 65 guests who enjoyed a formal dinner with musician Gary Brown providing the entertainment. 


# Rotary More Than Just Sausage Sizzles.


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