The year of Lions Centenary 2017 is coming up fast.
Members of Australian Lionsonoz, the very rst Australian
Online Lions Club (e-club), felt it was important to
acknowledge the Centenary and also their own humble
beginnings and commemorate being Chartered for 8 years.
Their Clubs Charter was handed over at the Melbourne
Naonal Convenon in May 2009.
This Lions Club acknowledges its beginnings and its current
work across Australia and chose to mark the Centenary with
a community project.
Chairman of the Australian Lionsonoz Centenary Project,
Lion Je Mo, said that Australian Lionsonoz is made up of
members who live all over Australia and on the third
Monday of each month, they come together online and
report on their acvies, recite the Lions Purposes and
support each other in aempts to add to the work of Lions
all over Australia. Once a year many of the members join
with the Lions Vanners group and travel to Mulple District
and District Convenons oen being very well represented.
Australian Lionsonoz has 42 members, and whilst members
are on their travels they are able to help Lions and visit
Lions Clubs wherever they happen to be.
The Lionsonoz Centenary Commiee met early in 2016 at
Wooli (47km south east of Graon, with a populaon of
approximately 490), to ascertain what type of project would
be suitable to commemorate the Lions Clubs’ Centenary
and to recognize that it was the Wooli Lions Club that
sponsored Australian Lionsonoz as a Branch Club in 2008.
A plaque which will probably be placed on the brand new
double barbecue, which the Clarence Valley Council is
installing in the Lions Park at Wooli will be a tasteful
reminder to the community of Wooli and its visitors that a
very innovave Lions Club originated here. The ocial
unveiling of the plaque is to coincide with the July 201N1
Cabinet meeng in 2017, hosted by Graon Lions Club and
to be conducted at Wooli.
Lion Warren White 21st October 2016.
AUSTRALIAN LIONSONOZ CENTENARY PROJECT
Lion Warren White of Australian Lionsonoz assists Lion Mike
Ticehurst of the Tamworth Peel Valley Lions at one of their
Australian Lionsonoz Lions Lynne Mo, Yvie Kearns and Je
Mo discuss the Lions Centenary project with Peter Birch of
the Clarence Valley Council.
DISTRICT CONVENTION 2016 HOSTED BY
KALGOORLIE LIONS CLUB - RAFFLE RESULTS
1st prize - Gold Nugget value $1000 - Ma, Meryl,
Alyson (no last names) of Duncraig Lions Club 0411 103
509. Ticket no. 1030.
2nd prize - Water colour painng value $600—Andrew
Truman of Morley Lions Club 0401 806 450. Ticket no.
3rd prize - $250 cash - Meryl Youens of Morley Lions
Club 9271 7229. Ticket no. 3366.
Right - District Governor Michael Wolf assisng with
the rae draw.