He said he was proud to receive the mandate to lead the oldest club in district 308 B2.
“As a member of this prestigious club for the past four years and now into my third term as president, I feel honoured by the responsibility given to me.
“With able support from the new committee, I hope we can continue organising more programmes for the community, especially the poor and needy.
“There were many things that I wanted to do for the people but was unable to do as an individual.
“But as a member of Lions Club of Butterworth Host, I was able to join with others as a group to get things done,” he said at his installation ceremony at Vangohh Premier Hotel in Bukit Mertajam, Penang, recently.
Paramjit Singh, 47, said he was ready to help fellow Lions come together in greater unity than ever before.
“If you work harder than you’re expected to, then extraordinary results will come,” he added.
The event, which marked the club’s 53rd anniversary, also saw the installation of Tang Khay Khiang, Teh Khay Leong and I. Arumugam as first, second and third vice-presidents respectively while Yokaraju Arjunan and Ng Saa Lekk were made secretary and treasurer respectively.
Also present were Lions district 308 B2 governor William Lim Kok Peng, second vice-district governor Michel Yee, past district governor Datuk Khoo Khay Huat and past district governor Douglas Ooh.
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