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LIONS CLUB of WOODRIDGE KINGSTON

District 201Q1, Queensland, Australia

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    CELIBRATE 45 YEARS SERVING THE COMMUNITY

    Today the Woodridge Kingston Lions Club is celibrating 45 years serving in the community, both locally in Woodridge and Kingston, and also in the wider community of Logan, Brisbane and beyond.
    THE STARS DANCE CLUB at Loganholme was the chosen venue where great Rock-N-Roll music and BBQ is provided.




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    BBQ AT TALBARA RETIREMENT VILLAGE - Spring Garden Competition

    Some of the residents of the Retirement Village at their Spring Garden Competition and fete


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    BBQ AT TALBARA RETIREMENT VILLAGE

    Sausage Sizzle & Spring Garden Competition on the day!

    Exhibitors include RSL Home Care, Retirement Living & Residential Care as well as Golden Years Home Transitions. There was fresh vegetables for sale from the community garden as well as stalls including arts & crafts, cakes & jams, plants and more!


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    BBQ AT TALBARA RETIREMENT VILLAGE - Spring Garden Competition

    Delicious sausage sizzle at "Talbara Retirement Village" fete


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    DICK SMITH GIVES LIONS A HAND



    More details: https://www.facebook.com/woodkinglionsclub


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    " WHO LIKES ROSES AND GARDENING "....buy a LIONS ROSE and help us support the Childhood Cancer Research Foundation

    From 2012 and beyond, Treloar Roses will donate $1.00 from the sale of each rose plant to the "Australian Lions Childhood Cancer Research Foundation". Their mission is to prevent kids with cancer dying by raising funds nationally and donating these funds to the best scientific and clinical childhood cancer research conducted right across Australia.

    More details: http://alccrf.lions.org.au/lions-rose-more


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    NEW SPIECES OF DOMESTICATED MINIATURE LION SEEN IN LOCAL COMMUNITY

    A new spieces of lion has recently been seen. The animal was seen lirking in trees and appeared to be quite tame. It is thought to be a male as it had a large bushy mane around its face similar to its larger male cousin, and also has darker brown stripe markings over its body. The animal seen was about the same size as a domestic cat........!!!!!


  • Goal Achieved - " Lions Meet Gates Challenge "

    October 2012

    Dear Lion,

    We did it!

    It is my great pleasure and privilege to report to you that Lions have successfully met the Gates Challenge!
    In the past year, all across the globe, Lions came together in support of One Shot, One Life: The Lions Measles Initiative by contributing an astounding US$10 million to help end the death and disease caused by measles. What a spectacular achievement!
    As you know, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation promised to match every US$2 raised by Lions with US$1, if we reached our US$10 million goal. So, meeting the Gates Challenge means that Lions will be able to contribute a total of US$15 million this year to help protect the world''''s children from the brain damage, hearing loss, blindness and death caused by measles. Lions dedication to combating this deadly disease is a clear demonstration of our deep commitment to protecting the health and well-being of our most vulnerable children. We have shown the world that we are not only Knights of the Blind but protectors of children, as well.
    Although meeting the Gates Challenge was made possible through the efforts of all Lions, members in three countries contributed nearly US$6 million of the US$10 million raised and deserve our special thanks. The Lions of Multiple District 300 - Taiwan contributed US$2.9 million, the Lions of Japan mobilized US$2 million, and the Lions of Korea provided nearly US$1 million! I am truly grateful to our fellow Lions in OSEAL for their extraordinary generosity.
    Many of you have recently asked me whether or not Lions Clubs International Foundation would continue its efforts to combat measles once our US$10 million goal had been met. LCIF is currently working with the Gates Foundation to chart our future course and it is my sincere hope that Lions all over the world will continue to build upon this extraordinary achievement.
    As Chairperson of our Foundation, and the father of three healthy children, I thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for rolling up your sleeves and getting to work on combating measles. Lions are giving the worlds children a very precious gift: the chance to live a healthy life. It is my great hope that the day will soon come when no childs life is cut short by measles. I am so proud to be able to say that when that beautiful day does come, it will have been made possible, in part, through the efforts of Lions.

    Sincerely,

    Wing-Kun Tam

    Chairperson, Lions Clubs International Foundation

    More details: http://myemail.constantcontact.com/Goal-Achieved---Lions-Meet-Gates--Challenge.html?soid=1102455566565&aid=ybPPS3DiBC0


  • Time to give LIONS a hand.....!!!

    Got some spare time and you're bored, don't know what to do.....!!!
    Try volunteering.
    LIONS CLUB of WOODRIDGE KINGSTON invites you to a "Meet The Team" evening where you can find out more about " LIONS INTERNATIONAL" the largest Not-For-Profit organisation in the world, 46,000 clubs, over 1.35 million members worldwide.
    where : LOGAN CITY TAVERN Dinning Room
    when : 1st Tuesday each month
    time : 6.30pm for 7.00pm start
    Come on down and join us for dinner first at the LOGAN CITY TAVERN on Wembley Road. LOGAN CENTRAL
    E-mail the club: woodkinglions@bushtune.ws or call me.
    Ivan: 0416 165 698 or go to our contact-us page

    More details: http://www.lionsclubs.org/EN/becoming-a-lion/index.php


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    CLUB:RED - Join our GROUP and help us save even more lives each time you donate blood

    The RED CROSS BLOOD BANK are always needing fresh blood stocks. Join our CLUB:RED now and help us save even more lives. Just click on the link below, type Lions Australia in the first box, Woodridge Kingston Lions Club in the next box and fill in your details including your Blood Donor ID. If you''re not yet a blood donor, just go to your nearest blood donor centre and signup. Tell the staff you want to join WOODRIDGE KINGSTON LIONS CLUB club:red group.
    Thank you for helping us to save lives.

    More details: http://www.donateblood.com.au/who-can-give/club-red/join-group


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    WOT IF......

    ........it goes over there. Members setting up for our regular SUPERCHEAP AUTO LOGANLEA sausage sizzles.





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    SUPER CHEAP sausage sizzle

    Our regular fund raiser at SuperCheap Auto at LoganLea 4th Saturday each month.
    A future LEO......getting some hands on of what we''re all about.......and doing a good job.


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    Lions Club Donate to Radio Lollipop Logan





    More details: http://www.radiolollipop.org/expand.aspNewsID=399&t=tblNews


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    FUN in the SUN.

    Lions Clubs often join with other organizations in raising funds. Here members from Loganholme Rotary Club, Slacks Creek Police and Woodridge Kingston Lions Club, have come together for a fun day of Lawn Bowls in a combined Fundraiser.

    More details: http://www.auau.com.au/rotary/raising%20money%20wheel%20chair.htm


  • OUR CLUB MEETINGS

    Our club meeting is held 4th Tuesday each month at Logan City Tavern Function Room, Wembley Road Logan Central.
    Meeting starts 7.00pm.
    If you wish to join us for dinner, meals need to be ordered early (6.30) so they can be served by 7.00pm start time.
    Most months we have an interesting guest speaker join us.

    Board Meetings are usually 2nd Tuesday of each month at Booran Park Community Centre.....

    More details: http://www.logancitytavern.com.au




District news

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    Congratulations Dominic

    Congratulations to Dominic Medford, representing the Rosewood club and our District Q1 who took out the Public Speaking award at the State Youth of the Year competition. Well done

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    Youth of the year District Q1 finals

    Great night last night at the District Q1 Youth of the Year judging. Very inspiring and challenging speeches by the six candidates. Congratulations to Dominic Medford representing the Rosewood club who will go on to Mackay for the state finals as overall winner and to Peter Kleinschmidt representing the Rochedale Springwood club who won the public speaking award. Well done to all - a great effort

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    Youth of the Year District winner

    District Q1 Youth of the Year Winner Nelson Reed-Banyard attends Marsden State High School sponsored by Woodridge Kingston Lions Club. A great evening listening to six wonderful students who could have all been winners.

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  • Convention notices of motion

    Here are copies of the notices of motion for the district convention in Stanthorpe

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    More details: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ra0qsog7fdpso3z/ltr%20to%20clubs%20-%20convention%20notices%20of%20motion.docx?dl=0


  • 2015 MD Convention newsletter

    Keep up to date with the latest from the Newcastle convention committee with their newsletter below

    More details: https://www.dropbox.com/s/n9zm7z2a1g6rrq2/Newcastle%20Convention%20Newsletter.docx?dl=0


  • District policy minutes

    The District Policy Minutes are now posted in the private "Members" section of our District website. To log in to the members section enter your name as it is recorded at LCI and the password is your LCI membership number


  • Photos from 2014 convention

    Photos from our 2014 district convention are now posted on the 'district convention page - just go to this page and click on the blue words "photos from convention"


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    October is Breast cancer awareness month

    You can support this cause by bidding on a celebrity painted bra at our upcoming district convention


  • 100th Anniversary of lions coming up

    Lions100.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 Newsletter

    Here 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


  • ANZI Forum newsletter - July 2014

    Here 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 payments

    Commencing 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:
    http://www.lionsclubs.org/EN/member-center/leadership-development/development-programs/senior-lions-leadership-institutes/index.php


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    May is recycle for sight month

    This 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.




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