Traralgon Lions Club, Traralgon, Victoria, Australia, District 201V3


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    2016 Carols by Candle Light

    Our 2016 AGL/Lions Club of Traralgon Carols by Candle Light was one of the best with a large crowd of 5,000 or so enjoying a mild summer's evening and a jam-packed program.
    Entertainment started late afternoon with light music and refreshments. Our usual fare was available from 6pm until late and included sausage sandwiches, hot dogs, fairy floss, turkish breads and spreads, various sweets and coffee.

    Santa and his helpers arrived at about 7.30 pm and Carols started at 8pm with the Traralgon City Band accompanied by senior and junior choirs. Various solo artists performed and all were under the watchful eye of our MC, Andy Milburn.

    The evening finished with a Fireworks spectacular and we hope everyone left looking forward to 2017.

District news

  • Christmas Cakes order form 2017/18

    The 2017 /18 Christmas cakes order form is attached. It is also available via the Projects tab on this web site

    Attachment: Lions_order_form_2017_Typeable Final.pdf

  • New 2017/18 Return forms and other club secretary documents are now available under Club Rresources tab

    The full suite of reporting and information forms are available to be easily downloaded via the Club Resources tab.


  • District 201V3 AGM and 41st Convention Oct 27 - 29 inclusive

    The 41st 201V3 convention will be held at IBIS Styles in Sale from October 27 to 29 inclusive. Registration form and further information is attached.

    Attachment: Lions Registration form for District 201V3 Convention V2.pdf

  • October newsletter now available

    Click on the district newsletter tab to access the October newsletter

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    Cranbourne club implements Adopt a Roadside program

    The Lions Club of Cranbourne has finalised arrangements with Keep Victoria Beautiful and VicRoads to implement the Adopt a Roadside program in Cranbourne. The club has nominated a section of Cranbourne - Narre Warren road between Thompson road and Sladen street. As part of this project, members will regularly clean up roadside litter and provide feedback to Council and VicRoads on any works that may be required by them. Not only will this project provide real benefit to the community but it will also increase the profile of the club in the local area. The presence of the club will be obvious with permanent signs to be erected at each end of the section of road. The club's recent addition of a Toyota van which will soon be brightly sign written with the club mascot, Roary the Lion, will further increase visibility in the community.

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    Free Computer Training for Beginners Available Now

    By clicking on the link below you can access free computer training which includes basic training on Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint amongst other things. This is an ideal resource for the beginner or for those wanting to brush up on their skills. Enjoy

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  • Eradicating measles just makes sense

    Lions International through the network of clubs worldwide has been striving to eradicate measles. Measles is more than just a few spots and feeling is a killer and there could be no better cause than ridding the world of this terrible disease that still ruins the life of millions of people. Please see the attached letter from LCIF and dig deep to support this initiative.

    Attachment: Measles 1 Initiative 2032017.docx

  • ALCCRF have a new stylish Tee shirt and cap available

    Attached is an order form for clubs to obtain the new ALCCRF tee shirt and cap. Needless to say that the proceeds go to this very worthy cause. Remember that " Every child deserves a chance at a healthy life"

    Attachment: ALCCRF Flyer.pdf

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    Junior Public Speaking is a HUGE HIT

    The recent Junior public speaking event proved to be a great success with entrants, parents, club members and judges each benefiting from the collective efforts of all of the young people who participated. Congratulations to all of the entrants and a big thank you to all involved. Providing young people with the opportunity to learn a new skill, grow in confidence and take part in a community activity is a real Lions thing to do.

    Following is some very positive feedback from the parents of Mitchell Kidd, an enthusiastic entrant and eventual winner. Well done to Mitchell and thank you to Steve and Lisa for the feedback.

    "Dear Ron,

    We would just like to thank yourself and the Lions Club for running the fantastic public speaking competition for primary aged students. Our son, Mitchell Kidd, participated and eventually won the event. The experience and confidence Mitchell gained from the experience was invaluable. Mitchell learnt how to talk in an engaging and entertaining manner, he also learnt to relax and enjoy himself as well as respecting other participates. The guidance, positivity and patience of members of the Lions Club was truely amazing. Not only did Mitchell have a great time throughout but the family was able to enjoy some lifelong memorable and proud moments. All members were very hospitable and a pleasure to be around. Once again thank you and keep up the great work.

    Kind Regards

    Steve and Lisa Kidd."

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    District Club Visits 2016 - 2017

    Attached is a list of club visits by District for 2016 - 2017 arranged by date


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    Lions Australia giving away more than $100,000 in grants

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    2015 Junior Public Speaking Competition

    Left to Right - Winner of the Year 5-6 Section, Chelsea Haines (Koo Wee Rup PS), Lion Ron Payne Project Chairman, Winner of the Year 3-4 Section Charlie McPherson-Smith (Red Hill PS).

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    2015 Convention - Lakes Entrance


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    2015 Convention - Lakes Entrance


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    Youth of the Year State Winner

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    The State Youth of the Year was held in Ballarat on the 11th April 2015. I congratulate all District representatives on their excellent presentations. The District 201 V3 Entrant was Emma Wiggins. Emma was supported by the Mount Eliza Lions Club Members. The Impromptu questions asked were:-
    Q1 Is it always wrong to lie?
    Q2 What lessons can we learn from the ANZACS.
    Emma’s speech was - From little things big things grow. I congratulate Emma on winning the State final and now goes to the Multiple District Final to be held in Newcastle.


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