Warners Bay Lions Club - Upcoming Activities
Our Lions Club and all Lions mourn the passing of our last Charter Member - Lion Don McIntyre after 52 years of service to the community. Lion Don has made been a tremendous Lion mentoring many of us Lions. He will be fondly remembered and sadly missed.
Mac’s Timber BBQs – Saturday mornings from 8:30am to 1:00pm.
Next Markets – Saturday June 16th 8:30am to 2:00pm
Dinner Meetings – Every 1st and 3rd Thursday - 6:30 for 7:00.
Clubhouse located at: Corner King and Sweet Streets
And please don't forget to check the Bulletin for your rostered duties.
Thank you all, Warners Bay Lions Club Members for your effort this last month. We have been a bit stretched with Lion Graham (Treasurer) being away on work duties and Lion Erika taking the opportunity to visit family and friends (Hi Mum and Lion Dad from all of Erika’s friends at WarnersBay.)
A big thank you goes to Lion Alistair who has stepped up to the plate and taken on the duty of acting treasurer (practice for next year) and also helps out as Assistant Secretary. Thanks, Mate.
Lion Diana stepped in to assist me with board meeting duties as Lion Nance OAM was an apology. We also had a young woman who is doing a management course at TAFE; part of her requirements were to attend a Board Meeting, participate in Minute-Taking and learn the Procedures. Her name has been protected and she was pleased with the guidance we were able to provide along with any further assistance we can extend. Thanks to Lions Keith and Diana for dropping her home.
ANZAC Day is fast approaching and our Club has changed its normal practice this year. Instead of a token book being purchased for a local primary school and placed on the Cenotaph during the Speers Point dawn service, we have sent each of seven local primary schools $100 to purchase library or sporting equipment.
Our Club Changeover Dinner Meeting Night is currently being discussed.
Till next month, Yours,
Ted H, Preso
Becoming a Lion
Lions Club members are men and women who strive to make a difference in
their local community as well as in communities worldwide. Their
volunteer efforts go beyond the support of vision care, to addressing
unmet health and education needs worldwide.