Wodonga saw the introduction of seven new Country Week Legends on Monday.
Among those awarded the honour was Wodonga's Sandra Allen, Jingellic's Neil Mitchell and Yarrawonga's Kay Hanrahan.
Since 1981 Allen hasn't missed a Country Week, with the 74-year-old world and Australian Masters champion playing competitively five times a week.
But her biggest highlight has been taking out Country Week titles alongside her daughters Kerrie and Kendall.
"I've been lucky to be able to play with both of them," Allen said.
"With Country Week, it doesn't matter where you go, you have a really good time.
"I feel blessed that I can get up every morning and walk out on the court.
"I'm very honoured and privileged, it's something I wasn't expecting."
Mitchell first started attending Country Week in his early 20's with an Upper Murray group, with three members still in the team.
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Hanrahan racked up an impressive 38 consecutive Country Week appearances before injury prevented her from competing in 2019.
Her presence has also been felt off-court with the stalwart helping out where possible.
Other recipients of the award included Kilmore's Eric Salter, Macedon's John Tadd, Inverloch's Joanne Dow and Shepparton's Narelle Maxted.