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District Govenors News May 2016

District Govenor’s May Newletter

DG Peter Oliver for Q1Q1 Zone Logo

  • News around the District
  • Centennial Service Projects
  • 100 Years of Service
  • Youth of the Year State Finals
  • Breast Cancer Awareness
  • Camp Duckadang
  • We Serve Article





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District Newsletter Feb 2016

The District Governors Newsletter for Febuary 2016Q1 Zone Logo 2015 16

  • Peace Poster Contest 2016 – 17
  • Outward Bound, Inspiring Australians
  • 2016 National Convention
  • Rescue Mission for Children in Chang Rai Thailand
  • Breast Cancer Awareness
  • District 201 Q1 Christmas Cakes And Mints
  • Helen Keller Fellowship
  • 60th Anniversary Celebration Lions Club of Moreton Bay
  • And More …



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District Newsletter Jan 2016

The District Governors Newsletter for January 2016District Newsletter Jan 2016

  • Welcome everyone to an extra GREEeeDY New Year, by the District Governor Peter Oliver
  • District Cabinet Secretary News, with special mention of new member Jason Crawshaw
  • Peace Poster Kits available
  • Camp Duckadan next working bee 26th – 28th Feb, also list other working bee dates.
  • Other Club notices and campaigns carrying out.
  • Lions Youth of the Year article
  • Effective Public Relations – Provides the Key to Success
  • Lion Magazine can now be read on IPhone or Android
  • Australian Lions Foundation – National Bush Fire Appeal

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District Membership Award 2014-15

The Lions Club of Sanctuary Cove Hope Island was presented with the Bill Hendy Memorial Award. Bill Hendy Memorial Award presentation of Dist Sponsorship for 2014-15 1VDG Jacko PDG wife Jo Presient Dave 17 Aug 2015

The District Award is for being the most successful club at  increasing club membership during the year.

The Bill Hendy Memorial Award was presented to our club President Dave by Lion Jo Wilcox, who is the wife of the immediate Past District Govenor Kent Wilcox.

The Lions Club of Sanctuary Cove Hope Island more than double the numbers of members during the 2014 – 15 year. The goal for the club in 2015 -16 is to increase membership by at least 50%