Myrtleford Times - - News -

A GROUP of re­tired and semi-re­tired men have come to­gether in Bright to build on a so­cial bond and con­nect with the com­mu­nity.

The ‘Lazy Boys’ formed in Fe­bru­ary with an ob­jec­tive to sup­port the young peo­ple and busi­nesses of Bright.

“You could call us an al­ter­nate to the Univer­sity of the Third Age or Men’s Shed,” mem­ber Bill Andrews said.

“We’re a so­cial group made up of a few old blokes from dif­fer­ent back­grounds and with a di­verse range of ideas but who are uni­fied in their de­sire to pro­mote and spon­sor some of the groups of the town.

“We see this as an op­por­tu­nity to put some­thing back into the town that, for most of us, has given us a lot at dif­fer­ent times.”

What started with four of groups mem­bers hav­ing drinks on a Thurs­day night quickly grew and the Lazy Boys now

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