Mo­bil­ity scoot­ers gone walk­a­bout

Chinchilla News - - LIFE -

AS a com­pli­men­tary ser­vice to those in our com­mu­nity who can­not af­ford mo­bil­ity de­vices, our Lions Club continues to pro­vide used mo­torised scoot­ers and medi­carts where the need is deemed the great­est.

We have half a dozen of these de­vices in the com­mu­nity, to­gether with a num­ber of wheelie walk­ers.

But due to cir­cum­stances be­yond our con­trol, we are cur­rently out of touch with the users of our medi­carts and mo­bilised wheel­chairs.

New reg­is­tra­tion stick­ers have turned up for some of these chairs but we are at a loss to pass them on be­cause we have not got the ad­dresses of the end users.

So we ask, could the re­cip­i­ents of all our mo­bil­ity de­vices sim­ply con­tact us.

Cur­rently, we have a cou­ple of mo­bil­ity de­vices on hand so, if you know some wor­thy re­cip­i­ent, please con­tact Sec­re­tary Lind­say at PO Box 193, Chin­chilla or by phone on 0427 656 201. ***** This weekend is our Chin­chilla Club’s An­nual Changeover and In­stal­la­tion of Of­fi­cers.

Pres­i­dent Elect is Lion Deon Hunt and we know from past ex­pe­ri­ence, we are in for an in­ter­est­ing and fun filled year. ***** A joke: This Lion ar­rived home a lit­tle un­der the weather af­ter a cou­ple of drinks too many.

His wife let fly with a spray of de­ri­sion end­ing with the ques­tion, “And any­way, what’s the pub got that I haven’t?”.

His re­ply was “Well at least the pub shuts up at 10 o’clock!”.

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