WINDY CITY TIMES
||Prime Timers honor members
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At its 32nd yearly dinner danceheld Aug. 29 at the Center on Halsted, 3656 N. Halstedthe Chicago Prime Timers ( CPT ) presented awards to five of its members.
Presented by Board President Wallie Hall, Greg Neil received the annual Roy Mcllrath Award for his outstanding dedication to the club, concern for others, selflessness, friendliness and a sense of humor. He was the 20th recipient of the honor that was initially awarded in 1990 following the untimely death of Mcllrath, an outstanding early mainstay on the board of directors.
Also receiving awards were Richard Campbell for outstanding service; Marvin Levin for distinguished service; Robert Iovino for hospitality; and Shelton Key the President's Award.
CPT is a social club for mature gay and bisexual men, and their admirers ( age 21 and over ) , and is one of the oldest clubs of its kind in the nation.
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