This event is in aid of a school bus for the West Riding Primary School. Learners at this school are from a multi-cultural community, mainly from a low socio-economic background or single parent and/or single income homes. Therefore extra funding from parents is impossible, and even payment of school fees is irregular at best. The educators give admirable care to their learners. Not only do they give of their private time to develop the children’s progress thus reaching high pass rates, they have also introduced a feeding scheme providing breakfasts, lunches, and even food parcels for some pupils to take home.
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Lions Clubs – we help where help is needed in our own communities and around the world. The world’s largest service club organization.
Lions give Sight, serve youth, assist the aged, the disabled, the disadvantaged. In fact wherever there is a need there are Lions.
Everywhere we work, we make friends. With children who need schoolbooks, with seniors who need transportation and with people we may never meet.
We’re led by talented, dedicated volunteer leaders from around the world. And, we’re supported by the Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF), which helps to fund Lions humanitarian projects.
Lion Sundru Pillay (District Marketing), DG Sue Charles, IPDG Moira Theron, Lion John Houston and PDG Pierre Theron (District Sight Chairperson)
The two, 10 week old guide dogs in training, Leo and Melvin, named and sponsored by the Lions of District 410A, were introduced to DG Sue Charles, IPDG Moira Theron, PDG Pierre Theron (District Sight Chairperson), Lion Sundru Pillay (District Marketing) and Lion John Houston at a media Launch for the upcoming Sight Day Gala Banquet at Kelvin Grove on the 8th October 2015.
Many Lions clubs in District 410A have for many years supported the Guide Dog Association, and are now encouraged to continue to show their support by attending this auspicious occasion, which amongst other dignitaries will be attended by the Premier Helen Zille. For more information contact Pierre Theron on email@example.com.
The 98th Lions Clubs International Convention was held in Honolulu, Hawaii, from the 26th June to the 30th June. More than 20,000 Lions club members and their families from more than 120 countries gathered in Honolulu for the Convention. This is the fourth time that Lions Clubs International has held its convention in Honolulu, this being the largest Convention held here.
The Parade of Nations took place on June 27. There were 10,000 Lions in this parade of colourful floats, many in traditional dress and accompanied by bands.
Upcoming Lions Clubs International Conventions:
2016 – Fukuoka, Japan
2017 – Chicago, Illinois (centenary celebration)
2018 – Las Vegas, Nevada
2019 – Milan Italy