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Rockhampton Mt Archer Lions Club

District 201Q4 Queensland, Australia


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Club news

  • Trivia Night

    We a having a trivia night on Saturday the 27th of May commencing at 6:30 at our club house. There will be prizes and a light supper for the entry fee.

  • BBQ Trailer Update

    Our new BBQ trailer has been delivered and we have used it for the first time for a breakfast on ANZAC day morning breakfast for the SES volunteers.

  • Book Fair 1st Sunday each month

    On the first Sunday of each month our club holds a Book Fair at our clubhouse on the corner of Hinchliff and Munro Streets Kawana. Bring along your old books to donate while you choose from some novels that others have been reading and enjoying.

District news

  • Latest Australian Lions Foundation Newsletter and Awards application form

    Please see Attached the May 2017 ALF Newsletter.

    Included in this newsletter is an updated “Awards Application Form” . Our New Awards Chairman PDG Lesley Lyons is working with our previous Chairman PDF Kent Wilcox, in case the older forms are sent to him.

    Your assistance and support of the Foundation is much appreciated

    Attachment: ALF Newsletter - May 2017.pdf

  • Q4 Convention Gympie 27/29 October 2017

    Confirmed guest speakers include Lions Past International President Barry Palmer, Volunteering Ambassador Di Morhan, Senior Constable Jo Macadam who will speak on the “Walk to School” program and Seven Women Founder Stephanie Woollard.

    Email Inquiries to; 2017Q4convention@gmail.com

    Registration forms available soon

  • DG Jan's March 2017 Newsletter

    Download DG Jans' March 2017 Newsletter

    Attachment: Dg Jans March 2017 Newsletter.pdf

  • The Australian Motorhoming Lions Club (AMLC) are offering to provide assistance to clubs.

    Australian Motorhoming Lions Club (AMLC) are keen to provide assistance to local Lions Clubs.

    Any Lions Club is welcome to lodge a request for assistance with
    fundraising activities which might otherwise be onerous or infeasible without the input of AMLC volunteers.

    The email address for lodging requests is amlc201q4@gmail.com and in return a Volunteer Request form will made available for completion and submission to AMLC.


    More details: http://amlc.org.au/

  • DG Jan's Christmas newsletter

    Download District Governor's Christmas newsletter

    Attachment: DG Jans Christmas newsletter Seasons Greetings.docx

  • Saturday 4th March 2017 is NATIONAL LIONS AWARENESS DAY

    1. On this day we want to let the general public know that we don’t only cook and sell sausages and sell Christmas cakes. “Lions Clubs International is the Worlds Largest Community Service Organisation” we are in 206 Countries World Wide, we also have approx. 1.4 Million Members, we have a permanent seat in the United Nations for Humanitarian Needs, Our Patron for “Lions Australia” is the Governor General Sir Peter Cosgrove.

    2. Book a site at your local shopping centre, outside supermarket, railway station, bus terminal, cricket match, outside a movie theatre complex and even domestic airport. Anywhere there are people on the day. China Town, Museum, South Bank, Ferry Terminal and the list goes on.

    3. On this day I would ask that each club promote “YOUR CLUB”, “YOUR PROJECTS”, What you do in your area, then projects Nationally and Internationally.

    4. Set up a small display with photographs of your projects, if possible make a barometer or graph to show how much your club has given back to the community since it’s charter (my club Robina has given back to the community approx. 1.2 million dollars in our 28 years.) Promote “YOUR CLUB” and what you have achieved. And one of the most important points to get across is that 100% of all funds raised from the public goes back to the Community

    5. Also on this day we are trying to “RECRUIT NEW MEMBERS”. Therefore have membership information and forms available. If people are interested take their name, address and phone number. If they are not from your area pass the information along to their nearest club and they can invite them along to a meeting.

    6. Remember we are not selling or cooking anything on this day. Please have balloons, wrapped lollies, little give-a-ways for the children, this will get the parents etc. over so you can talk to them.
    it may cost your club $10-$20 to do this. But also on the day make sure you have a “Donation Tin” on your display, marked with the fundraiser of your choice.

    7. If you are a small club or you have several clubs close by, or more that one club in town, combine together to “Promote Your Club/s.” If you have a “Leo Club” invite them to assist on the day.

    8. If you need any brochures to promote your projects please contact your charity NOW. eg. Children’s Childhood Cancer Research, Lions Hearing Dogs, Lions Drug Awareness, Operation Smile. Prostate Cancer and the list goes on. You will probably only need about 20 brochures to put on your display. March 2017 will be here before we know it.

    9. If any club requires any more information please contact your zone chairman or email me on wba68420@bigpond.net.au


  • District Governor's Newsletter October 2016

    Down Load District Governor's October 2016 Newsletter


    More details: http://201q4.lions.org.au/files/201q4/DG%20Jans%20October%202016%20Newsletter.docx

  • District Governors Sept 2016 Newsletter

    Down load District Governor Jan Barsby's Sept 2016 Newsletter

    More details: http://201q4.lions.org.au/files/201q4/DG%20Jans%20News%20Sept%20.doc

  • Winners List - Lions Australia giving away more than $100,000 in grants

    To celebrate the Lions Clubs International centennial, Lions Clubs throughout Australia are giving away more than $100,000 to over 100 local community projects. Each winner will receive a $1,000 grant to help fund their community project.

    “If you can think of a community need, chances are there’s a Lions Club doing something about it,” says Rob Oerlemans, Lions’ executive officer. “This program will reach out to our communities and create new partnerships.”

    Worth perusing this list of winners to see if you can find some new ideas for your club.

    Attachment: 100 project Ideas for your club.docx

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