Greyhounds: Committee change up

FOLLOWING the Mount Gambier Greyhound Racing Club’s recent Annual General Meeting, Raquell (Kel) Dalton, Tim Holmes and John Woodland were elected to the committee after Tania Charman and Allen Williams did not seek re-election.

Dalton, who is the mother of five girls aged 17 to 24 and a grandmother of two, first became interested in greyhound racing about three years ago when called upon one race day to fill in for the gatekeeper.

Later, she worked as a photograph finish operator before becoming a Greyhound Racing SA steward, officiating at race meetings and assisting at trial sessions.

Holmes, an electrician in the employ


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