Lions’ changeover season is near­ing its con­clu­sion

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IT HAS been a very busy few weeks for our Lions club mem­bers at­tend­ing the changeover din­ners of all the other Lions clubs in our zone, in­clud­ing changeovers at Jandowae, Ce­cil Plains, Dalby and the Tara Lionesses.

In the com­ing weeks, we’ll also be vis­it­ing Ta­room (July 15) and Wandoan (July 27).

The good news was that at al­most ev­ery changeover, new mem­bers were in­ducted into Lion­ism, which au­gurs well for our mem­ber­ship in the fu­ture.

Club wel­com­ing new mem­bers

Speak­ing of new mem­bers, our Chinchilla club is pre­par­ing to wel­come a num­ber of new mem­bers to our next meet­ing.

If you would like to learn more about Lions and serve your com­mu­nity by join­ing the world’s largest ser­vice club or­gan­i­sa­tion, we’d wel­come your in­quiry.

Just give Lion Doug a call on 4662 7598 or Lion Lind­say on 0427 656 201.

Mo­bil­ity aids avail­able free

Our club has a num­ber of wheel­chairs avail­able for short- or long-term use by those with tem­po­rary or long-term dis­abil­ity.

Just give Lion Lind­say a call on 0427 656 201.

We have sev­eral wheely walk­ers also avail­able.

There is no charge to use any of these mo­bil­ity de­vices.

It’s just an­other way Lions serve our com­mu­nity with pride.

Take care

Till next week, take care, stay safe and here’s hop­ing our farm­ers soon get a much-needed re­prieve with some win­ter rain.

Re­mem­ber, where there is a need, there is a Lion, just as there has been for 100 years.

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