Lot more to Lions than we all think
THOUSANDS of Australia’s most dedicated and hard-working volunteers will be on deck to let you know more about what Lions Australia does on Saturday March 2.
After more than a century of helping others, the role as a service club is becoming increasingly important.
It may be providing emergency relief during natural disasters or supporting farming communities during drought, supporting critical medical research into childhood cancers and diabetes, or working on local environmental programs – the work of all the members is valued and critical.
The Lions hope you’ll take the opportunity to join them at one of the many events that will be held across Australia, talk to a Lion and ask them why they decided to give some of their time and effort to help others.
Members of the Lions Club of Lake Currimundi Kawana will be available at the new Birtinya Shopping Centre, The Avenue, Birtinya to talk about the club and the work they do to support the local community and around Australia.
Club president Stan Hartill-Law said that the club’s boundary goes from the north side of Currimundi Lake in the south taking in all suburbs along Nicklin Way to the bridge over the Mooloolah River.
“We would really like to talk to people living in these growing suburbs about Lions and how becoming a member of the largest service organisation in the world can help their community.”
Club members meet at the Kawana Surf Club, 99 Pacific Blvd, Buddina, on the second and fourth Monday of each month commencing at 6.30pm.
For more information, contact Stan-Hartill Law on 0407 378 525 or Norm Jensen on 0404 984 455.
RAFFLE: Local Lions president Stan and secretary Sue with a staff member from the Wurtulla IGA.