Club president, Victoria Wales says one of Calloway’s most commendable qualities is his ability to foster meaningful connections.
‘Whether it’s attending events and introducing guests to our club, facilitating networking opportunities, or simply offering a supportive ear, Scott has played a pivotal role in creating a warm and inclusive environment for all members. Scott, whenever he is travelling, proudly wears his Skål pin and talks passionately about the organisation.’
Calloway is also a finalist in the New Zealand Skålleague of the Year Award that is presented at the Skål NZ Congress taking place in Queenstown in May.
Long Service certificates were also presented to Brad Watts, Mitchell Corp (22 years) and to Membre d’Honneur Jefferie Tippen (38 years).
The club also welcomed six new members (pictured above).