Family Mentor Camp, 10-15th April 2015
Well some of you may know that the Lions Club of
Forrestfield and High Wycombe held its 10th Family
Mentor Camp in April 2015. Held at the Alfred Hines
Seaside Camp on the beach in Rockingham, it brings
together children and adults with a disability and their
families to learn from each other, share experiences and
have fun and relax. It was the fourth one I have organised,
after taking over the coordinator role in 2011 from project
instigator and former Lion Kerry
Despite the camp caretaker
being in hospital, and the rain
threatening to ruin our fun, the
camp got off to a flying start literally, thanks to RadRock
mobile climbing wall and
bungee trampolines. Even those
without the use of their legs got
to jump, or swing, or just hang
in the air, it was so much fun.
And the kids and adults tried
their best to get to the top of
the 8m high rock climbing wall.
We will definitely be doing this
The next day we were lucky enough to have the
Ellenbrook Lions Club bring their tractor train. For about
two hours, kids and their parents hopped on and off,
taking rides around the campsite. The smiles on the kids
faces said it all.
That night was our
annual disco night,
thanks to our President
Lion Adrian for bringing
all the gear. It was a
movie theme this year,
requested to dress up
as their favourite movie character, and movie themed
music and pop quiz questions. We danced until way past
the kid's bedtimes, but were allowed to when on holiday
The next day we transformed the dining hall into our very
own puppet theatre! The Black String
Puppet Theatre brought the stage,
the puppets, the music and the
lights! All of the campers sat
mesmerised as different puppets
graced the stage one after the other.
From Percy the clown MC telling
jokes and introducing each act, to a
snake charmer on a flying carpet, to
Atlas the weightlifter, Snowy the
wonder horse, Mr Clapper Bones the skeleton and Kylie
Minogue singing. We didn't want it to end! The
puppeteers were very talented, making the puppets move
and talk realistically.
The following few days we slowed the pace, with Nalda
Searles teaching crafts such as stitching and tie-dyes.
Other campers played at the beach, did some fishing or
went for a walk along the foreshore. In the evening we
had Megan come along with her "Wheels In Motion"
dance class, which got everyone up and dancing again.
On our last day, we had a fun science lesson, where we all
learnt about corn starch packing materials (which you can
make 3D pictures or
models with), fake
snow and how to
make green slime!
The boys enjoyed
the latter the most.
Then in the evening
we had our Talent
campers showed off
We had blind knitters, dancers, singers, poetry and a
fashion parade of the items campers made during craft.
had a go, it was
except for one
maybe we won't
ask him to perform
We all had a great
Rockingham, where we challenged ourselves and made
new friends. It would not have been possible without the
generosity of the Forrestfield Community Bank, who
funded us with a grant to cover all the costs. Big thanks
also go to our volunteers, who cook, clean, and give their
time to enrich the lives of these families. We really
Lions Clubs boost funds for Mater Research
A recent donation from Lions Clubs of Australia at their
annual conference in Newcastle has provided a major funding
boost for Mater Research to continue its leading-edge
research into prostate cancer.
Lions Clubs of Australia has donated almost $1 million to
Mater Research during the past 12 years and presented a
further donation at their conference for $209,918.80.
Lions Clubs of Australia has been a major supporter of
prostate cancer research through Mater Foundation with
donations funding leading prostate cancer research and
supporting the purchase of much-needed research
Our members have really got behind this project and we are
thrilled that our contribution is making a difference to the
great research work being achieved at Mater.
“We hope that, in time, our donations will result in much better outcomes for prostate cancer patients and perhaps
ultimately result in finding a cure," Lions Club Prostate Cancer Coordinator John Grimstone said.
“The visionary support of Lions Club Australia is absolutely essential for our cancer research efforts and inspires us to
increase our research efforts, allowing us to take a multidisciplinary approach and to take on new research directions that
have the greatest potential but are often not funded by mainstream funding bodies,” said Mater Researcher Associate
Professor John Hooper.
DONATION OF COMPUTERS TO THE
ISLAMIC HIGH SCHOOL KUMBO
DONATION OF COMPUTERS TO THE
MBIAME COUNCIL CAMEROON
The City of Perth (Host) Lions Club recently donated 5
computers to Mbiame Council. 1000 text books have also
been donated to the municipal library in Mbiame and will
shortly be officially handed over.
With the assistance of City of Perth (Host) five computers
and one thousand books have also been donated to Ndu
and Nkor Councils and in the days ahead we shall be
moving to Ndop and Jakiri councils and many more
councils in Cameroon.
Before these donations there was not a single computer
in these councils and also there were no municipal
The City of Perth (Host) Lions Club has just made a second
donation of computers to Islamic High School in Kumbo,
So far the school has received 24 computers and due to
this large donation the Cameroon GCE Board has made
this school a centre for GCE Examination computer
practicals and the school is able to host other schools.
Chin Idirisu Medorni the Executive Director of the
Cameroon Education Foundation was the Principal of this
school for almost decade and was awarded the Hubert H
Humphrey Fellowship by the US Department of State.
Mr Medorni thanks the Lions for their ongoing support to
help eradicate illiteracy in Cameroon.
SWAN DISTRICTS LIONS CLUB
Kathy Goldsworthy, Coordinator at NDIS service provider
My Supports contacted the Swan Districts Lions Club in late
May to outline a case for supporting an 11 year old boy
Alex Tanasijevic. Alex is the primary carer for his mother
Branka who suffers from multiple schlerosis.
Despite this large responsibility for such a young person,
Alex is excelling both academically and athletically at
Clayton View Primary School and is on the Student Council.
In addition, he was awarded the prize for young carer of
the year in WA in 2014. Due to Alex’s mother Branka’s
inability to drive, Alex is required to run errands for his
family as well as getting himself to and from school and
After due consideration by members of the Swan Districts
Lions Club, it was decided to support the request for a new
bicycle for Alex Tanasijevic, so that Alex may attend to his
commitments a little easier.
Our Lions Club has sourced a donated helmet from Stay
Strong and has purchased a new bicycle, carrier and lock to
the value of $400 from Midland Cycles on Gt Eastern
Highway. Mr Mark Tabone, Proprietor of Midland Cycles
spent significant time adjusting Alex’s bike and it was
handed over to Alex on Thursday 25th June 2015 with his
mother Branka in attendance as well as various persons
involved in this worthy community project.
Pictured with Alex and his mother Branka are from left to
right: Jim Cairns (CEO of My Supports), David Hatch
(President of Swan Districts Lions Club), Mark Tabone
(Proprietor of Midland Cycles), Kathy Goldsworthy
(Coordinator of My Supports) and Gavin Thomson
(Secretary of Swan Districts Lions Club).
Maylands hawker market
Historical Society Heritage
Lions Biggest Barbeque
AROUND THE CLUBS
Lions Club of
Members are calling past members and
friends as well as any other interested Lions
to help them celebrate
At Carnarvon Motel (nee Fascine Lodge)
Saturday October 10, 2015
Please RSVP to Lion Wally Dale
email@example.com | 0429413010
Lions McCusker Alzheimer’s Research
YOU ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Valerie Munteanu Diana Kempton
Bevan Henderson Dawn Chapman
Lancelin & Districts
Wendy Henderson Dawn Chapman
Lancelin & Districts
Jeanette Simpson North Beach
Graham Newson Jerry Hooper
Ellenbrook Lions Club Membership Chairman John
Edgecombe chatting to our WA Premier Colin Barnett.
Announcing the 2015-16
Peace Poster Contest Theme
The new theme for the 2015-16 Lions International Peace
Poster Contest is "Share Peace." Kits for the contest, which
include the official guide and rules, flyers, stickers and
certificates, go on sale in March. Lions clubs interested in
sponsoring a Peace Poster Contest in their community
should contact Cabinet Chairperson Carolyn Middleton at
It gives me great pleasure to accept the role of
magazine editor for the 2015/16 Fiscal Year and I would
like to Thank DG Colin for this opportunity.
I would like to acknowledge and thank our outgoing
Magazine Editor Sue Lowe who has done a wonderful
job since 2013 in developing our DG’s Newsletter into
the magazine that is circulated today.
I would like to ask all our clubs to consider appointing
Public Relations Officer, if you do not have one, and to
ask them to please contact me so we can set up lines of
Thank you to all clubs and District Officers for your
contributions to the July Newsletter.
A newsletter will be circulated in Digital Format which
allows for a lot more content and picture clarity with no
big files to download. A PDF copy can be downloaded
We work in the field of hearing conservation and help the hearing impaired and deaf people in
particular those who could not otherwise afford what is required.
With the mutual support and cooperation of the Ear Science |institute Australia (ESIA), we assist
the expansion and development of audiological and medical services in respect of both treatment
and prevention for the hearing impaired persons at the Lions Hearing Clinics.
We are happy to receive donations of funds and used hearing aids.
PO Box 159 GREENWOOD WA 6924
DONATIONS 4 Avignon Vista, Yalyalup WA 6280
SCREENING BUS BOOKINGS— firstname.lastname@example.org
Children’s Dignity Week (August 30 – September 5)
Join Lions around the world for a special Lions Worldwide
Week of Service dedicated to making the future brighter
for our children. This international event is designed to
benefit the most vulnerable members of our community,
and to help us reach our Centennial Service Challenge goal
of serving 100 million people.
Report your project - Report your service on the MyLCI
Service Activity Report to earn a Centennial Banner Patch
and to get your club's name on the Centennial Ticker. See more at: Lions Clubs International - Children’s Dignity
Host a project that benefits children in your community.
From health, education, and development projects, to
helping friends and neighbours meet their children's basic
needs, there are countless ways to impact youth in your
community and around the globe.
No matter how you choose to serve, be sure to join us for
this Centennial service event!
Join Us for Children's Dignity Week - here's how
your club can take part in this special event:
Plan your project - Host a service project that benefits
children and youth during the week of August 30 September 5.
Download the Lions Children First Planning Guide for
project ideas and planning tips.
Promote your project - Invite your community to serve
with you to showcase your club and the power of service.
CITY OF PERTH HOST
Skin Cancer Screening
AROUND THE CLUBS
This season’s McCusker Roses have arrived. If you would
like one of these beautiful roses they can be purchased by
contacting Rob Davis on 0419 913 586. The cost of the
roses is $20 with profits going to Alzheimer's research.
VICTORIA PARK LIONS CLUB CHANGEOVER - MAD HATTERS TEA PARTY
PDG Rob Meney above inducting the new Victoria Park Lions Club Board pictured in the middle frame. Mad Hatters on
DUNCRAIG LIONS CLUB CHANGEOVER -unusual/unexpected/different
BALLAJURA LIONS CLUB CHANGEOVER - BOARD 2015/16
L to R - DGE Colin Heap. Sue McDonald, Richard Tunmer, Kaye Scandrett, Jill Tunmer, Jill Middlemass, Brian Rourke,
Les McDonald & Suzanne Dore.
Please direct all enquiries to:
PDG Neil F Saunders Lions Cancer Institute
PO Box 2195 MANDURAH
(H) 08 9583 3226
(M) 0418 947 345
Our Districts Travelling Gong is heading South again and
was handed over by Northampton Lions Club to the
Dongara Denison Lions Club.
The Hand over was made at their dinner meeting on
Monday 18th June 2015.
Where will the Travelling Gong end up next.
The WA Lions Drug Education
Foundation (WALDEF) would like
to present our new logo which will
be used in all promotional
material and correspondence from
in places as far apart as Busselton, Perth and Kalgoorlie. So
far it has been a great success. Even if you cannot get a
camera rigged up (as was the case on my old desktop) I
could still hear the meeting and type in responses through
the Teamviewer system!
This new logo is eye-catching and
thought provoking and more up to
date with a younger crowd. The logo symbolises a living
heart as well as emphasising the message about selfawareness and respecting yourself enough to be drug-free.
This illustrates that drugs are harmful and will affect your
health and damage the hopes, aspirations and potential
that you could be to yourself and your family.
Please keep on the look-out for new material available to
help you, your club and your club’s community promote a
healthier outlook on alcohol and drugs. We are going to
have kits, (direct from the WA Drug and Alcohol Office),
that you can use to help you promote these great ideas.
New meeting format
We are trialling new methods of holding our WALDEF
meetings, which are easily applicable to other Lions district
or Foundation meetings. We are using video and audio
conferencing via a program readily available on the
internet called Teamviewer. This program allows a team to
link via their computers and hold a simultaneous meeting
Take a moment to check with your club’s Drug Awareness
chairperson for the “Dear Me” documentary that you can
copy for your club’s use. You are encouraged to use this
documentary as a tool to help young people see what can
really happen to those who think that they won’t be
caught and also the horrific outcomes when they are.
Thank you for your support, from All of Us at WALDEF!
EXEMPLARY SERVICE AWARDS
This prestigious Award is designed to acknowledge and recognise members of the community who are not Lions
who serve their communities.
The object of the award is to nurture and promote the principles of good citizenship by due recognition of
Service to Others.
To those who through practice and example to others, promote the principles of Good Citizenship.
To those who in promoting these principles foster and encourage mutual understanding among the various
segments in our community.
Importantly, to those who through personal sacrifice on their part and through care and devotion give service to
the Needs of Others.
There is no cost to individual clubs and a beautiful wooden shield is presented to the recipient.
If your club is interested in nominating a member of your community please contact Jill Middlemass 9342 0999
QUORUMS, AGM.S & AUDITS
WHAT IS A QUORUM AND WHO DECIDES WHAT IT IS?
answer is yes!
The Department of Commerce in Western Australia states
…’it is important to firstly stablish that there is a quorum.
If there are not enough members present at the meeting
to satisfy the quorum requirements in the association’s
rules, the meeting will be invalid and any motions passed
at the meeting may not be valid.’
WHY DO WE NEED TO HAVE AN AUDIT DONE?
The Association rules in our case are of course our Lions
constitution. Each club constitution must include a
guideline on what constitutes a quorum. Almost all clubs
use the standard club constitution as provided for in
Section 8 by LCI. This requires for ‘The presence in person
of a majority of the members in good standing shall be
necessary for a quorum at any meeting of this club.’
Currently all but two of District 201W1’s clubs operate
under the District Charitable Collections License. This is an
important part of being a not for profit organisation. One
of the obligations to working under District’s license is to
provide a copy of the club’s audited accounts so that the
Cabinet Treasurer can provide this information to the
Department of Commerce which administers that portion
of the Charitable Collections Act 1946 on behalf of the
If a club fails to provide this information within the
required time frame the Department of Commerce will
very likely contact the club and advise it to discontinue
collecting funds from the public for charitable purposes.
WHY DO WE NEED TO HOLD AN AGM?
The Department of Commerce advises… ‘The Annual
General Meeting (AGM) is a central part of an
incorporated association’s governance structure, as it
holds an association accountable to its members, and in
some cases, the public. It is the only association meeting
specifically provided for in the Act.
2nd Vice District Governor
The association must hold its first AGM within 18 months
of becoming incorporated.
After the first AGM
incorporated associations must hold an AGM once in every
calendar year, within 4 months after the end of the
association’s financial year. Assuming an association’s
end of financial year is 30 June, then it must hold it’s AGM
on or before 31 October. An association’s financial year
will be defined in its rules.’
The Lions financial year ends on 30 June. An AGM meets
for three reasons; to appoint an auditor for the coming
year, to ratify the appointment of elected officers; and to
set fees for the following calendar year. If your club is not
holding an AGM perhaps you should look into this – it is a
requirement of your status as an incorporated body. I can
hear someone asking ‘is our club incorporated’ and the
Department of Commerce
Lions Clubs International
Club Administration Manual
The manual has been updated over the past 8 months. If
you would like to keep up to date with the best possible
Lions practice go to:
And save it to your computer or just save the link
The Australian Lions Foundation was formed by Lions with the sole purpose of assisting people in time of need . As a
group committed to serving the community, Lions and the Foundation continue to fulfil this need in Australia and Papua
New guinea. Providing financial assistance and support in cases of national disaster, emergency and community welfare
projects and encouraging international understanding and cooperation by relief projects in developing countries. The
Foundation also delivers an Awards programme for the following awards—Ian M Stockdale—James D Richardson—
William Tresise—Community Service. More details : http://www.lionsclubs.org.au/alf/index.html
Applications for grants and awards should be discussed with our District ALF Chairman PDG Clive Tonkin.
DISTRICT 201W1 CABINET MEETING JUNE 21 2015
District Governor Ivan Sturgess
presides over his last meeting of
DISTRICT 201W1 SHADOW CABINET MEETING JUNE 21 2015
District Governor Elect Colin
Heap presents name tags and
his pin to Cabinet Officers for
the 2015/16 Fiscal Year.
This little gem down south is run by W1 & W2 Lions.
It is a cheap and cheerful place for a family holiday or a club retreat.
Please book through the website http://dryandravillage.org.au/
Or contact the caretakers by phone on (08) 9884 5231. You may need to leave a message on the answering machine.
Our District Chairperson is Hans Hoette and he can be contacted for general information on 9275 1536
DISTRICT 201W1 AWARDS NIGHT RECIPIENTS 2014-15
Best Club Treasurer
Philip Caunt – Ballajura Lions Club
K & MA Jones Best Club Secretary:
Gary McAtee – Stirling Lions Club
Trophy & Perpetual
John Knowles Best Club President:
Bert Stray – Whitford Lions Club
Trophy & Perpetual
Cabinet Treasurer Award:
Tony Pallotta – recycle award
Cabinet Secretary Award:
Philip Caunt – recycle award
Top Promoter of Lions Award:
Ron Freestone – Ellenbrook Lions
Canning City Lions Club
Trophy & Perpetual
Morley Lions Club
Whitford Lions Club
Trophy & Perpetual
PDG Lorraine Strickland Award
Biggest Percentage increase in
Lancelin & District Lions Club
Trophy & Perpetual
District Governor Award
District Governor Star Award
Medal on Ribbon
Medal on Ribbon
Medal on Ribbon
Medal on Ribbon
Medal on Ribbon
Medal on Ribbon
William Tresise Award
Pin & Plaque
Melvin Jones Fellowship
Pin & Plaque
Tom Cameron Award
Pin & Framed
International Presidents Certificates
Service to Children –
Sight Chairman –
Opportunity for Youth –
Services to Sight
Ray Zinner Award Best Club
Best Club Bulletin:
Morrie Lemish Award
Best West Lion Project Article:
District Governor Appreciation Award
DISTRICT 201W1 AWARDS NIGHT IN COLOUR
DG Ivan giving his report for the year.
Philip Caunt receiving a well deserved William R Trieste Award
Preparing DGE Colin for his trip to Hawaii
DG Ivan and District 201W2 DG Maxine Whiteley
Hans Hoette receiving his Melvin Jones
Tony Pallota receiving Tom Cameron Award
Lions enjoying themselves at our Annual District Awards Night
INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION HAWAII JUNE 26-30, 2015
L to R - DG Colin, Carolyn Middleton & PDG Barry Middleton.
Australian Lions Visual Independence Foundation
ALVIF is an MD 201 Category B project which aims to “bring happiness to Australians who
are blind or low visioned through the use of assistive/adaptive technology”.
For those not familiar with the Quest Bar Code Readers (BCR) – they are a portable “all-in
-one” talking scanner unit. It is used to read existing bar codes on products and it also
has the capability to record blank bar codes. Only limited by the imagination, bar codes
can be used to identify all items. (eg identify food in the freezer, bottle of tablets or
ironed onto clothing). Even Pharmacists can help by recording the dose of medication
and instructions on a blank bar code which then enables people who are blind to
dispense their own medication more confidently.
The bar code readers are lightweight (only 120gms) and 15cm in length. They come with
a database holding 1.2 million code identifications and an 8GB SD memory card which
provides hours of recording and use. The inbuilt camera can identify currency and the
memo record allows instant storage of information (eg someone’s number or address)
There are also other uses and abilities such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth as well as an, MP3
storage/player. It can also be switched to six different languages!
The Foundation have now dispensed about 700 readers and we currently have 22 approved applicants across Australia
who have placed grant applications with us and waiting for funding. When the funding is fulfilled, these applicants will be
able to take possession of their new bar code readers.
There are many ways in which clubs can assist us to achieve the goal of placing this life changing technology into the
hands of these recipients. There is the option of full or part sponsorship of a particular recipient or Clubs can help by
purchasing ALVIF products like “Bazza” the lion, BBQ packs, Aprons, and pins.
ALVIF works with the various state and territory blindness agencies as well as our technology partners, to help bring
exciting technology to those in need. ALVIF committee members are continually applying for funding, attending Texpo’s
where we demonstrate the bar code reader. We also attend Lions’ conventions and at the recent MD Convention in
Newcastle we handed out many grant application forms and expect to receive multiple requests for bar code readers in
the near future.
Visit our website http://www.visualindependence.org.au – which has been designed with a plain layout and text to
ensure the various reading-to-speech programs can be employed by the blind community
Please contact us if you or your club would like to know more about the work of ALVIF and help to assist people who are
blind, to live more independently.
Phone: 1300 787 469 and speak to Arthur Uren if you would like more information.
By participating in the Lions Biggest BBQ 2015
By donating funds for an award for a worthy
100% survival for kids with cancer
Prevent kids with cancer dying by raising funds
nationally and donating funds to the best high
impact childhood cancer research conducted
right across Australia
All funds should be sent to:
ALCCRF, PO Box 7033 WEST LAKES SA 5021
If you would like to discuss your club’s involvement
contact WA Area Trustee Peter Lamb on
W:08 9581 5858
H: 08 9581 6150
How Can Your Club Help?
CITY OF SWAN VOLUNTARY FIREES
Recently the Ballajura Lions
Club Presented $1000 to the
City of Swan’s Volunteers Fire
tremendous work that they do
before and during the fire
The presentation was carried
out at the Midlands Council
Convention arrangements are progressing well and we are really pleased to announce that your club can benefit
through making raffle sales to assist with the cost of Convention 2015. Raffle books will be available shortly and we
would really appreciate your assistance.
As you can see from the flyer above you will get to keep 25% of all monies raised through raffle sales and this can go
into your Amin account or better still help to assist Lions from your club with travel arrangements to Convention 2015.
Members from our Convention Committee will be in touch with your club prior to posting out raffle books.
Each year, Lions around Western Australia are
invited to join the Lions Club of Bull Creek
in their annual
LIONS REMEMBRANCE CEREMONY
SUNDAY 26th July 2015
RICHARD LEWIS PARK
(Entry off Camm Avenue via Bull Creek Drive, adjacent to
the RAAFA Estate).
ONE SHOT ONE LIFE PINS
AVAILABLE FOR ORDER
his is a real coup for LCIF
Chairperson Michael Wolf who
has been trying to convince LCIF
to provide these pins for sale as a
simple way to raise funds. I know he has been trying to
achieve this for four years and it looks like he has
succeeded at last .
10:00am Memorial for past Lions.
Followed by the unveiling of the Plaques by the Clubs or
individuals participating in the Ceremony.
Families will be invited to lay a
sprig of Rosemary on the Bench
Morning Tea will be served.
If your Club, or an individual Member, would like to install a
Memorial Plaque in memory of a passed Lion, please
contact the Coordinator
Clubs or individuals not able to travel to the site, can
request a Lions member to represent them.
Plaques cost $50. Closing date for ordering Plaques-06th
Contact the Coordinator, Denis O’Brien
08-9310 1110, Mob: 0422026614,
Bunning’s family day
School fun day
These beautiful little white ribbon pins (with measles
spots of course) are available to clubs and individual
members for $5 each with a minimum order of 10.
Proceeds will go to the One Shot One Life Lions Measles
Initiative. Clubs can sell to members as well as the public.
Who could resist! Especially when another $5 could go
towards childhood measles vaccination.
There are several Lions you can get them from. DGE Colin,
DG Ivan, 1st VDGE Michael and 2nd VDGE Sue will all carry
some on their visits. If you cant wait for an official visit
please contact Cabinet Secretary Designate Allan Lowe
who can post your order to you—for a fee of $7 for post
and packaging. The post and packaging cheque should be
made out to District and the cheque for the pins should be
made out to LCIF. Both cheques must be posted to
Cabinet Treasurer Tony Pallotta at
PO Box 6886 East Perth 6892. Once
the cheque has been received the
pins will be posted out.
There are only 200 pins so you
should be prompt about your order.
for the pins are
considered a donation and can go as
a credit to an MJF.
AROUND THE CLUBS
This is the time to consider contacting your local
clubs and pubs to get them on board for their
Christmas in July catering.
Take it to a meeting and get them ordered. Pay for
them up front before the end of June and receive
them at 2014 prices. Use your Payway card and pay
at the Post Office.
Contact District Chairperson Brian Williams
9309 4088 / 0428 537 577 / email@example.com
Early bird Registration prize for 50th, 100th etc. Registration
Convention At The Vines
9th to 11th October 2015
LIONS CLUB OF BALLAJURA INC
PLEASE USE BLOCK LETTERS
LION LIONESS LEO
IF PARTNER IS A LION
Friday 9th October – Opening, Flag & Remembrance Ceremonies
Booths will be set up in the afternoon and Registrations will be open from 4.30pm to 5.45pm
Call to Order 6.00pm
Welcome BBQ at The Vines
Saturday 10th October – Business Session, Guest Speakers & Forums
Conventioneers Buffet Breakfast at The Vines –
12:30 – 1:30
Continuous Tea and Coffee
Conventioneers Lunch at The Vines – Everyone
Colin’s Rock & Roll Banquet at The Vines –
Three course set menu
Dress: Rock & Roll
Sunday 11th October – Recovery & Wind down day (Everyone Welcome)
Bus Tour of the Swan Valley ending at the
Brunch venue (Registrations Close 31/7/15)
Car Rally of the Swan Valley ending at the
Brunch venue (prizes to be awarded)
Brunch at a secret location in the Swan Valley –
Less Early Bird Deposit