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Apex Clubs of Australia is a service club in Australia. One of its notable member is Donald Mackay, murdered Australian anti-drugs campaigner. Apex organizes a range of activities such as public speaking and debating competitions, ute musters, B&S balls, etc.
The first Apex Club was formed at Geelong in December 1930 by Ewan Laird, Langham Proud and John Buchan, in the middle of the Great Depression in Australia. Until the early 1990s Apex only allowed male members, but the 2006 National Convention allow all members of both genders to their clubs.
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