Queenscliff - Point Lonsdale Lions Club
This is a proud club with a long record of service to the community. To find out more about us, go to the "ABOUT US" link - above.
The re-launch of the club - December 13, 2016
On Tuesday December 13, 2016, the Liosn Club of Queenscliff-Pt Lonsdale was re-launched. After 55 years of service to the communiyt at local, State, national and International levels, the time had arrived for a new direction and vision.
With the injection of new members, the club is setting out to ensure that this service continues well into the future. The club has embarked on a new style of service club committment, with the emphasis being on fun, fellowship and community service.
We welcome any enquiries and potential memers. Contact details are in the top right hand corner of this HOME page.
Cottage By The Sea Fete
Saturday January 21 saw 6 members of the club once again assist with the annual Cottage By The Sea Fete.
As usual, we ran the BBQ and amid much fun and privolity, managed to raise $1162 for the cause. We were told this was $20 less than last year, so we take that as a challenge for 2018!!
It was good to see "Fearless Fred" Williams assisting - if that is the right word where Fred is involved. :-)
All in all, it was a good day and we were pleased to be able to contribute to this wonderful institution.
Australia Day 2017
Once again the club supported the Australia Day ceremony. There were in excessof 200 sausages cooked and quickly snapped up by the hundgry attendees.
Thanks to club members Terry, Phil, Ray, Fred, Tony, Alan and Adrian for theor efforts. A donation "bin" was put out and around $100 was collected.
All in all a good day - eve if we had to partition the hotplate to keep Fred's onions away from Alan's snags. Very territorial these "cooks"!!
Australia Day Ceremony "Our highly trained and efficient staff" .......
The hungry hoardes line up for their culinary delight - a banger and onion, with sauce!!!!
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.