Author Archives: Lions Clubs District 410A

Mid-year Conference 2013

District 410A’s annual Mid-year Conference was held at Moorreesburg recently. The day was very well attended by hundreds of Lions from across our district.

The proceedings were kept short and sweet and the highlight of the day was the inspirational guest speaker, Hein Wagner, the blind adventurer/motivational speaker who captivated the audience with humour and enthusiasm, explaining his unique approach to life.

Here are some photos of the day, taken by CS Liz Houston:

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Project Ekhaya: Educare center for 60 underprivileged children

Another community service project by the Table View Lions in building and setting up Ekhaya Kidz Educare Center in the informal settlement of Dunoon in Cape Town. A learning centre for about 60 underprivileged children.[ Watch the video ]

Another community service project by the Table View Lions in building and setting up Ekhaya Kidz Educare Center in the informal settlement of Dunoon in Cape Town. A learning centre for about 60 underprivileged children.

This video shows the process, progress and gives credit to the donors and everyone involved in bringing smiles to these underprivileged children, and the uplifting a section of this informal community of Dunoon.

Read more and watch the video about this remarkable project.

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Lions sell soup raising funds for charity

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On Saturday, 31st August 2013, Table View Lions Club sold cups of soup @ R10 each to raise funds for Peninsula School Feeding Association. They were positioned at the exit/entrance of the new Food Lovers Market store, Emporium in Sunningdale from 9am to 2pm.

It was a great PR exercise as membership brochures and LCI videos were displayed for the public to peruse. The community were generous in their monetary donations and over 150 cups were sold.  The balance of the soup was donated to TLC for their Street Children.

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