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Wandong - Wallan Lions Club

LIONS CLUB OF WANDONG - WALLAN INC.

PO Box 225, WANDONG  3758

For more information contact President Ron Howell – Mobile 0418 336 060


 

MEETINGS:

Meets at Wandong Australiana Restaurant, Broadhurst Lane, Wandong

2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month at 7pm for 7.30pm

 

OCTOBER 2018

Christmas must be getting closer because the lions Christmas cakes have been ordered. Our delicious Christmas cakes will be available again this year at various outlets around the towns as well as at the markets. Prices will be the same as last year. Large cakes (1.5k) $17, Small cakes (1k) and puddings $13. In addition we will also have large cakes in Lions 100 year commemorative tins. 

Our long serving tail twister David Valentine has moved to Bendigo, no doubt to harass other innocent lions like myself. Our new tail twister is Steve Munro. I look forward to not being fined as often. 

The club conducted a successful BBQ and numberplate safety screw session at Mitre10 in Kilmore. This was organised by Karen Sheehan and we would like to thank Gary from Kilmore police and Wendy Willingham from Seymour. Plate screws were replaced on 127 cars. 

At our recent dinner meeting the members were addressed by Glenys Needham of the Carnegie club on the subject of the Lions hearing dog program and how one of these dogs can change a deaf person’s life. Deafness is an unseen disability and can lead to feelings of isolation and loss of independence. Hearing dogs have helped many of their owners to gain confidence and take their first steps back into society. These dogs are supplied free of charge and the successful applicants are supported by the local lions club. Our district has provided four dogs this year. Further information can be obtained from Lions Hearing Dogs Inc. PH o8 8388 7836, TTY 08 8388 1297 or contact our club. 

Finally the club is conducting a BBQ and membership drive at the Wallan market on Saturday 13th of October. If you would like to join a dynamic and socially fun club or just want a bit more information about Lions come and visit us. We would love to see you. 

Clyde Riley.

Christmas must be getting closer because the lions Christmas cakes have been ordered. Our delicious Christmas cakes will be available again this year at various outlets around the towns as well as at the markets. Prices will be the same as last year. Large cakes (1.5k) $17, Small cakes (1k) and puddings $13. In addition we will also have large cakes in Lions 100 year commemorative tins.

Our long serving tail twister David Valentine has moved to Bendigo, no doubt to harass other innocent lions like myself. Our new tail twister is Steve Munro. I look forward to not being fined as often.

The club conducted a successful BBQ and numberplate safety screw session at Mitre10 in Kilmore. This was organised by Karen Sheehan and we would like to thank Gary from Kilmore police and Wendy Willingham from Seymour. Plate screws were replaced on 127 cars.

At our recent dinner meeting the members were addressed by Glenys Needham of the Carnegie club on the subject of the Lions hearing dog program and how one of these dogs can change a deaf person’s life. Deafness is an unseen disability and can lead to feelings of isolation and loss of independence. Hearing dogs have helped many of their owners to gain confidence and take their first steps back into society. These dogs are supplied free of charge and the successful applicants are supported by the local lions club. Our district has provided four dogs this year. Further information can be obtained from Lions Hearing Dogs Inc. PH o8 8388 7836, TTY 08 8388 1297 or contact our club.

Finally the club is conducting a BBQ and membership drive at the Wallan market on Saturday 13th of October. If you would like to join a dynamic and socially fun club or just want a bit more information about Lions come and visit us. We would love to see you.

Clyde Riley.