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Barefoot Bowls FUN-D RaiserSunday, August 31 at 11:00am Wellington Point Bowls Club
SUPPORTS Lions Aid & Relief Centre - LARC
Provides quality education and health supplies to those in need which aids communities within Australia and the Indo-Pacific region.
- Disaster Relief
- Palliative Care
- Personal Energy Transportation (PET)
- Make Wooden Toys for Christmas
Team of 4 people $50 inc Bowls, BBQ Lunch and Team Prizes
GET YOUR TEAMS in QUICK!!
The day includes Barefoot Bowls, BBQ, Team Prizes and Lots of raffles and Auction prizes.
Keep your eye out for the Auction Prizes list to come.
What an awesome day to get your family, friends or business together and have some fun and laughs!!
RSVP: 25th August 2014
Payment must be made before the RSVP date and team details submitted, NO RSVP = No Team
This is because of catering purposes.
For further details about the event please contact us via email or phone.
Our 10yr Lions Club and 30 yr Apple Computer Club AnniversaryBoth clubs have reached a milestone what a wonderful, busy and productive years it has been. There has been many things achieved in this time. Keep an eye out for more information regarding our event. Held at Lord Stanley Hotel 23rd March 2014. If you would like to attend please contact us.
Melbourne Cup LuncheonSupports local disaster relief aid & Palliative Care
Come along with your work colleagues and friends to enjoy a sparkling on arrival with a main and dessert. Enjoy a fashion parade for men and ladies wear and entertainment.
- FASHION PARADE - SWEEPSTAKES - RAFFLES - BEST HAT/DRESS COMP -
Cost: $60 Inc Sparkling on arrival, Main Meal, dessert and Lucky Door
Bookings are essential call 3378 0377
RSVP: Wed 30th October
Venue: Boulevard Gardens 284 Witton Rd, Indooroopilly
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SPONSOR a PET - Personal Energy TransportBe a Sponsor of a Personal Energy Transport Wheelchair (PET). We are a Manufacture and Distributor of PETs in Australia which will service the Pacific and African countries.
The PET is:
- Hand Cranked
- Solid Rubber Tyres/ Wooden Base
- Solid Steel Chassis
- Designed for victims of polio and land mines.
You, an organisation or business can sponsor a PET. Your name will be attached to your PET and we will track your PET to let you know where it travels to. If possible we will also send you a photo and information about the persons who''''s life has been so dramatically changed.
More details: http://www.petinternational.org
TO DONATE!To Donate to the Aid & Relief Centre, the details are below.
Apple-MAQ Lions Club
Acct No: 215 027 02
We appreciate your all your kind support and donations.
Bid for a bra - silent auctionHi All,
Only 2 weeks to go !! - “Bid for a Bra” silent auction for Breast Cancer Awareness at Convention in 2 weeks time.
Please find attached details of the bras that are being silent auctioned over the Convention weekend :
1 – Marcia Hines
2 – Kate Ceberano
3 – IPIP Barry Palmer
4 – Olivia Newton – John
5 – Dr Chris Brown
6 – DG Kent Wilcox
7 – Hayley Lewis
Each bra comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Please spread the word around so that we get lots of bids for the bras , and can raise as much monies for Breast Cancer Awareness as possible.
I have to report back to the celebrities to tell them how much their bras were auctioned for, and would love to be able to report the highest amount as possible.
We will be taking bids from you if you can’t make it to Convention – please see the second page of the attached to see how easy it is for you to place a bid (forms due back before Thursday 16th October).
Help support this “unusual” fundraising effort – and you could win one the bras painted by these celebrities.
Please contact me if you have any queries.
President Calamvale Lions Club,
Youth of the Year Qld State Coordinator
& District Breast Cancer Awareness Chairman
Ph : 0412 358 205
More details: https://www.dropbox.com/s/4qukieq45pcamjx/Breast%20Cancer%20Awareness%20-%20Painted%20Bra%20Silent%20Auction.pdf?dl=0
Convention updateAs of 11:15 on Wednesday 1st October we have 205 Registration and an unknown quantity of others promised and we believe ‘in the mail’.
· The Convention Dinner at the Currumbin RSL on Friday evening and the maximum is set at 240. We have 67% booked leaving about 80 spaces allocated on first-come, first serve basis.
· The Golf Game has 14 players registered and more are welcome to take part. Those wishing to play need to complete the Registration Form and pay $23 for the 18-hole Stableford Competition at the Tally Valley Golf Course, 11:30 for 12:00 start.
· Closing Date for Registrations has been extended to 9th October and that will be final for the Convention Dinner if it is not sold out prior.
· Entertainment for dinner is a magician and a wonderful duo – Briggs and Co.
· The Venue – Elanora State High School (Cnr 19th Avenue and Avocado Street, Elanora – Entrance off 19th Avenue) facilities are excellent and the School is looking forward to us all being there.
· The District 201Q1 Website is at http://201q1.lions.org.au/ and Registration Forms and other information can also be obtained from here.
Main Speakers at the Convention
PDG Bob Korotkoff – Lions Insurance Program Consultant
(Saturday 18th October after morning tea (~ 10:45am)) – Bob has over 34 years’ experience in the Lions Insurance Program and has held a significant number of positions in Lions Clubs and has been a member for over 50 years. He is currently Secretary / Treasurer of the Lions Club of Marion and is well aware of the risk and insurance requirements across Lions at all levels. A very interesting speaker and with decades of experience in insurance.
ID Eric Carter – Lions International Director Consultant
(Sunday 19th October after morning tea (~ 10:45am)) – Eric is from Auckland, New Zealand, a member of Henderson Lions Club since 1990 and owner and Managing Director of an electrical company. He was elected in July 2014 to serve a two-year term as an International Director of Lions Clubs International for Constitutional Area 7.
Leo Joel Pattinson Cashman –Leo of the Year
(Sunday 19th October after morning tea (~ 11:15am)) – Joel is from the Leo Club of Tropical North. He joined Leos in 2009 and held the position of Club Treasurer in 2010. Joel is currently studying towards a Bachelor of Business and already has an impressive record of community service and community involvement.
Kerry Clancey – BeyondBlue Ambassador
(Saturday 18th October after lunch (~ 2:00pm)) – Kerry is an accredited Welfare Worker for Queensland Health and has her own private counselling practice. Kerry is a BeyondBlue Ambassador / Speaker committed to raising awareness about anxiety and depression and helping people to become resilient in managing emotional pain.
To Register and the Program
Attached are the following files:
A. Registration Form – This can be opened and completed on a computer or printed and completed by hand. Payment options are listed on the form.
B. Convention Program – with details of the sessions, including forums
C. Accommodation Document – list of some options for accommodation though many have a minimum stay of three nights.
Any questions please email me or call.
Convention 2014 Chair District 201Q1
PO Box 1125
Elanora Qld 4221
Phone: (07) 5522 5256
Mobile: 0400 763 091 (Stephen)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
October is Breast cancer awareness monthYou can support this cause by bidding on a celebrity painted bra at our upcoming district convention
100th Anniversary of lions coming upLions100.org is Now Live – Visit the new Centennial website for logos, historical photos, timelines and all things #Lions100. (Currently available in English only. Language sites to be added later this year.)
More details: http://lions100.org/EN/index.php
ANZI NewsletterHere is a copy of the latest newsletter from the ANZI organising committee for the event taking place in Adelaide later this month
More details: https://www.dropbox.com/s/tvy2lgowa49dk1u/ANZI%20August%202014.pdf
District Convention 2014 – Registration Forms Ready to GoThe Registration Forms for our 201Q1 District Convention are available from the District Convention Website at http://201q1.lions.org.au. Also available is the Convention Program Document with details of the proposed Forums and an Accommodation Options Document. These form and other documents can be easily downloaded from the website by clicking on the links in blue
Copies of the form and documents will be sent electronically to Clubs and should be available from your Secretary and President. Hard copies will also be made available and posted to Clubs or obtained from Cabinet Members (DG, 1st VDG and 2nd VDG) at upcoming Club visits.
If you want a form and the other documents emailed directly please send a request to email@example.com or leave a message on 0417 425 466 (0417 GCLIONS) if you wish us to post one to you.
More details: http://201q1.lions.org.au/
ANZI Forum newsletter - July 2014Here is a copy of the latest newsletter for the ANZI Forum being held in Adelaide from the 29th to 31st August Forum details and registration form are part of this newsletter. Note that the cut off for registration is the 25th August
More details: https://www.dropbox.com/s/jo6heqj1iscy241/July%202014.pdf
Christmas cake paymentsCommencing 2014 Lions Australia will have a new payment method to Top Taste Cakes – each club will be allocated a PayWay Card unique to their club. All payments can then be made over the counter at any Australia Post outlet with the Club’s unique PayWay Card. Top Taste will be forwarding details to all club Secretaries.
ADVANCED LIONS LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE:Applications are now open the next ALLI to be held in Adelaide 26th - 28th Aug.
Applicants should have been a Club President but not have held the position of 1st VDG at the time of the course.
Applications close 12th June. Application form can be downloaded from the LCI website at:
May is recycle for sight monthThis month, collect used eyeglasses and raise awareness about the Lions eyeglass recycling program.
Eyeglass recycling is one of the Lions most popular activities.
Refractive errors can be easily corrected with eyeglasses, yet millions in developing nations lack access to basic eye care services. Lions have recognized the urgent need for corrective lenses and continue to lend their support to the Lions Recycle for Sight Program.
Starting an eyeglass collection in your community can be an easy and rewarding activity that will raise your club's visibility and provide your fellow Lions with a great deal of satisfaction in serving others.
Contact local businesses, schools, libraries, places of worship, city administrative centers and eye care professionals. Invite them to assist with your collection efforts by hosting collection boxes.
Use Lions Recycle for Sight resources for your collection campaign,
Send your collected eyeglasses, reading glasses, frames and sunglassesse to one of the official Lions Eyeglass Recycling Centers.
Report your club's eyeglass collection efforts via the online Lions Club Service Activity Report.
Lions response to EbolaLCIF is focussing on assisting children orphaned by Ebola with a $150,000 assistance package
More details: http://lionsclubs.org.au/lions-step-help-children-orphaned-ebola/
Nine Million Reasons to be optimisticImproving your membership 'bottom-line'
More details: http://lionsaustralia.com/2014/10/10/nine-millions-reasons-to-be-optimistic/
More details: http://hunterbusiness.nsw.lions.org.au/privacy
Join usIt's so easy to find out about becoming a Lion. Just ask your local club or follow this link to find out more!
More details: http://lionsclubs.org.au/join-lions/
Latest News PostsRead the latest News posts released on the Lions Australia website
More details: http://lionsclubs.org.au/category/news/
Latest Lion MagazineOur Lion Magazine has our latest initiatives and news. You can download our latest Lion Magazine here.
More details: http://lionsclubs.org.au/category/lions-magazines/