EDDIE Dunlop is attempting to stretch his tenure as SS&A Club president beyond a decade by confirming he is seeking re-election to its board of directors.
Mr Dunlop was first elected to the club's board in 2010 during a tumultuous period in its history when he was among seven new faces elected and immediately installed as president.
He has been president every year since and if successful in winning another three-year term will surpass the 10 years the late Eric Shields served in the role.
Mr Shields was president from 1978 to 1983 and again from 1988 to 1993.
Vice-president Mark Leman, who was also first elected in 2010, and Murray Ashcroft are also up for re-election with nominations opening on Monday and closing on August 19.
"I would like to see the club debt free before I step away," Mr Dunlop said.
"Strategically the board has plotted that within five years the club will be debt free.
"But you can't take anything for granted because it is the decision of members who they want.
"We will definitely record another profit this year, but what the final figure is still to be confirmed.
"We're still getting very good turnover in food and at the bars."
The club is continuing to invest in its Albury headquarters with a kitchen, bistro and cafe upgrade completed in the 2018-19 financial year.
Its upstairs auditorium is next in line for a facelift.
The club's overall debt topped out at more than $7 million.