YOUTH EXCHANGE Speech by Akane Onoma at Duncraig Lions Farewell on 25th August 2015 Good Evening. My name is Akane Onoma. I’m from Takayama City in Gifu Prefecture. I am in Grade 3 at Hida High School. Grade 3 is like Year 12 in Australia. I am studying Japanese, Math, English, Science, Physics, Geography and PE. My school starts at 8 o’clock and finishes at 3 o’clock. After that I have ‘second school’ known as Cram School! When I get back to Japan I will have to study every day. I want to study Japanese Literature at University in Tokyo. I’m being sponsored by the Takayama Lions Club. My father is a member of this Club. I came to Australia because I had heard that there are many nice people here. This is true! L TO R Back- DG 201W2 Allan Cooper, , Neve Kerwick, Cameron Everett, Alex Thorburn, DG Colin Heap . L to R Front—Ana Rozlan, Akane Onoma, Yuri Nakazawa I arrived on 18th July and attended Camp Koala at Queenscliff in Victoria. I met a lot of people from different countries. We went to the beach and sailing. We went to Melbourne for shopping and visited the Zoo. I arrived in Perth on 25th July. In Perth I have had lots of experiences: I came to Lions meetings, newspaper recycling and came to the Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Clinic on 22nd August. I helped Carmel with the flyers for the clinic and listened to her make many appointments. I met the four Lions Youth Exchange students going to Japan later in the year at Belmont Forum, along with Yuri Nakazawa who was hosted with PDG Barry Middleton and Carolyn Middleton. I have visited Greenwood College many times where Carmel mentors students. I’m most impressed by the student’s level of Japanese in the language classes for Years 8 and 9. Mrs Kylie Sydney made me most welcome. In Japan students do not move to other classrooms for their lessons; they stay and the Teachers move. I have visited Kings Park, Parliament House, Hillarys Boat Harbour, AQWA, the Swan Valley, the Caversham Wildlife Park, Fremantle and the Round House and Shipwreck Museum, the Art Gallery, the City, Cathedrals, Swan Bells, travelled to Busselton, Margaret River and Cape Leeuwin and saw dolphins swimming in the Dawesville Cut. I have met many of Carmel’s family and friends and went to High Tea at the Joondalup Resort. Of course there have been many food ceremonies at home and I know that Australian’s borrow food recipes from all around the world. On Thursday 27th August Yuri and I leave Perth to return home to Japan via Sydney. Thank you for making me welcome. PS. Akane also spent many hours with Out-Bound LYE Ana Rozlan. Both visited the Japanese Cultural Centre in City Beach. The cross cultural experiences were of benefit to Akane and certainly gave Ana a boost of confidence with her Japanese language skills. 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 2
YOUTH EXCHANGE Speech by Akane Onoma at Duncraig Lions Farewell on 25th August 2015 Good Evening. My name is Akane Onoma. ...
CITY OF PERTH LIONS CLUB PLEASE NOTE THAT THE VENUE HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE ASCOT RACECOURSE 4
CITY OF PERTH LIONS CLUB PLEASE NOTE THAT THE VENUE HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE ASCOT RACECOURSE  4
DUNCRAIG LIONS CLUB Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Clinic On Saturday, 22nd August 2015 the Dynamic Duncraig Lions Club held a wonderful community Project called the Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Clinic. An aneurysm is an extension or ballooning of the Aorta … the Aorta is the main artery that carries blood from the heart to the body, running in the middle of the abdomen. According to my hubby’s Vascular Surgeon Dr K. Sieunarine abdominal aneurysms affect approx. 1 in 20 Australians, causing death in more than 82% of ruptured cases. Consequently, the Dr donates his precious time to assist Lions Clubs in the scanning of members of the public through these Clinics set up and run by a Lions Club. To begin with all members of the Club were involved by the distribution of Flyer’s into the public area, such as their Pharmacy, Dr’s waiting rooms, Retirement Villages, Hairdresser Salons etc., then an article was inserted in the local paper re this Clinic. A week before members were asked to letter-drop Flyers around their neighbourhood. All phone enquiries were directed to one member, Carmel, who made all the bookings and, as you can guess, the phone never stopped ringing. The final result was we had a full book of 180 “patients”. On the day we had organised three members, Val, Bill and Kate to take turns on the welcoming desk, checking the names and handing out a form to fill in. We then had two members in Toni and Geoff directing them to the examination rooms and, as the Dr had turned up with his Ultrasound Machine at 8.30 am, the scanning had begun. Previously we had set up two Examination Rooms next to one another and, as the Dr can scan two people every five Minutes, he wheeled his machine from one to the other. Our “nurses” Claire and Regina were wonderful in the examination rooms and I flitted from one to the other taking the names, reading and GP details on a master list for the Dr. We also had two ladies, Helen and Maxine, serving Devonshire Teas which were very well received by the public. I would sincerely like to thank all members who assisted before the event with the Flyers, on the setting up and on the actual day. To top it off Rob Meney was networking on the day and we may have two new members. The final results were three “patients” who had high readings, the Dr will contact their GP’s urgently and there were a few who have to be monitored. If we have saved THREE lives it was definitely all worth it. PDG Pamela BAIRD, DUNCRAIG LIONS CLUB L TO R: : Pamela BAIRD, Toni WHITEAKER, Dr Kishore SIEUNARINE, Claire ATKINSON and in the front is President Geoff O’BRIEN DISTRICT CONVENTION 2015 LUCKY 100TH REGISTRANT WINNER Congratulations to Lion Fran Bridges from the Kalgoorlie Lions Club. Fran will receive a refund for our Saturday evening function - Colin’s Rocking the Swan Valley. Lions McCusker Alzheimer’s Research Foundation YOU ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE 5
DUNCRAIG LIONS CLUB  Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm  AAA  Clinic On Saturday, 22nd August 2015 the Dynamic Duncraig Lions Club ...
AROUND THE CLUBS CANNING CITY Catering at the Lions Save Sight Half Marathon CARNARVON Manned gates at the Junction Race Club CITY OF PERTH Donate blankets to Salvation homeless appeal DONGARA DENISON Newspapers for recycling THE FUNDS WE RAISE AS LIONS I have been thinking a lot about fundraising and what we do as clubs with that money. It seems to me that when we raise funds from the public under our District Charitable collections license the people we raise it from have an expectation that we will quickly pass on those funds to needy and worthy recipients. Am I wrong minded in this thinking? Some clubs are hanging on to funds raise years ago. Perhaps the money was raised for a particular project; maybe it was put away because the treasurer likes to see a big healthy bank balance. I would ask all clubs with more than $10 000 in their Projects or Activities accounts just what the excess is there for and resolve to deplete their holdings over the next 12 months. Is it ‘Just in Case’ money? Perhaps you could whittle it down by helping a Lions Foundation with a donation to establish an interest bearing deposit to help with its ongoing work. Lions Club of cARNARVON Celebrates 1965 Do you remember why the money was raised? If it was for a specific project and the project is ongoing then the funds are being used appropriately. If the project is no longer current, move a motion and change the purpose of the funds. I have heard a story of a club holding funds and being unable to redirect the money because it was raised for a purpose which is no longer current; a member has said that they can’t use it for anything else. How about rethinking this and moving a motion to put the money towards a worthwhile project. There are plenty of people in our communities who could use a hand up. Basically what I am trying to say is ‘Lions clubs are service clubs and raise funds not to put away into bank accounts but to enable us to carry out our work; as such we need to give the funds raised from the public back to your community in a timely manner’. Members are calling past members and friends as well as any interested Lions to help them celebrate At Carnarvon Motel (nee Fascine Lodge) Saturday October 10, 2015 Please RSVP to Lion Wally Dale wcdale@wn.com.au | 0429413010 Sue Lowe 2nd Vice District Governor 6
AROUND THE CLUBS CANNING CITY Catering at the Lions Save Sight Half Marathon CARNARVON Manned gates at the Junction Race C...
AROUND THE CLUBS JURIEN BAY Preparation for Lion Markets on 27th LEHP-Australia has recently launched Children’s Eye Health as part of its program! Partnering with the Centre for Health, LEHP has developed a set of information brochures, posters, stickers and colouring sheets. KALAMUNDA In addition LEHP has also updated its preventable eye disease materials and our website! Preparation & delivery of BBQ for community event. Lions – get involved with LEHP and make a difference in your community. LEHP resources are free of charge! They can be ordered directly from the website lehp.org.au or by calling the National Program Manager on 1800 010 234 Are there children or a school near you that could utilise and benefit from our resources? KALGOORLIE Paving backyard of house for the disabled KINGSLEY WOODVALE Lion members volunteered at Lions Save Sight Fnd. SWAN DISTRICTS Provided BBQ equipment for the Mudd Rush THREE SPRINGS Manned entry gates for the Perenjori Show DUNCRAIG LIONS CLUB SIENNA PROJECT We are raising money to assist a widowed mother of three children in buying a new car which can be converted to take a wheelchair for her 11 year old daughter who suffers up to 40 epileptic seizures in one day. Sienna will never walk or speak and, as at the moment, has to be physically lifted in and out of the car to be taken to the special unit at Success Primary School Sonia (her mother, who is only a wisp of a lady) has to lift her in and out of the car four times a day ... Sonia has, as well, two sons. Sonia is the daughter of one of our members and even though the family live at Melville we have taken this project on to pay for the conversion of the new car to take a wheelchair. We are auctioning a framed Club strip (I would say away strip) of the Fremantle Dockers signed by current players. In accordance with auction procedures our committee will consider the highest offer and could bids please be forwarded to the project Chairman PDG Pam Baird at: pamela.baird@amnet.net.au 7
AROUND THE CLUBS JURIEN BAY Preparation for Lion Markets on 27th  LEHP-Australia has recently launched Children   s Eye He...

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WELCOME New Members August 2015 NAME SPONSOR CLUB Amy Czislowski Ron Czislowski Broome Cheryl Taylor Reginald Ripp Tracy Thorgersen Christopher Mitchell Lynette Tucker Kevin Tucker Alan Royle Agostino Pietracatella Lavinia Royle John Ottes Lynette Langwell Paul Langwell Broome Broome Broome City of Perth City of Perth Geraldton Cathy Davidson Frances Bridges Kalgoorlie CLUB PHOTOS Damien Davidson Frances Bridges Please could you send a few of your past and recent club photos with a short article for our 50th Feature Album and to use as part of our theme for the Saturday session. Send them to Richard - richardjill@bigpond.com Christopher Whitelock Mario Pezzutto Maureen Moss Jannifer Pearce Kalgoorlie Perth Eye Instituute Whitford Convention Convenor Mary-Anne Wolf with Ballajura President Sue McDonald at Bunnings selling raffle tickets. If you require more raffle tickets please contact Sue— suzimac@westnet.com.au or Mob: 0412 132 057. Registration Forms - CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD Announcing the 2015-16 Peace Poster Contest Theme Share Peace 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 party.candles@bigpond.com EDITORS CORNER 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 communications. Thank you to all clubs and District Officers for your contributions to the September 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 from the Digital Brochure. 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— lionshf@gmail.com 8
WELCOME New Members August 2015 NAME  SPONSOR  CLUB  Amy Czislowski  Ron Czislowski  Broome  Cheryl Taylor  Reginald Ripp ...
NEWMAN LIONS CLUB FORTESCUE FESTIVAL 2015 The annual Fortescue Festival hosted by the Newman Lions Club has been a part of Newman for close to 30 years. This fantastic event draws in people from across the Shire of East Pilbara and gives the Shire’s population an opportunity to come together as one community. There are displays, exhibitions, variety & food stall, sideshow, show bags & evening fireworks. One of the highlights of our the fair is the annual ball. Festival Day Alex the Lion with Stubby the train who is still waiting for a new engine CATS CABARET Following the 5pm Choral Evensong of St Francis The Feast of St Francis of Assisi, Patron of Animals in St George’s Cathedral, Cats Cabaret in aid of Perth Cat Haven will be held in the Burt Memorial Hall. Date Sunday 4th October. DG Colin picture with the President of the Newman Lions Club Anthony Middleton at the Fortescue Festival. So if some Lions wished to form a table (6 people - $30 per person) or two, I’d advise buying the tickets now rather than risk later. If you bought too many, I’m pretty sure there will be a waiting list to whom (through me) you could sell them on. Please visit this website for more details. Graeme Napier graeme.napier@PerthCathedral.org 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 9
NEWMAN LIONS CLUB FORTESCUE FESTIVAL 2015 The annual Fortescue Festival hosted by the Newman Lions Club has been a part of...
CANNING CITY LIONS CLUB PDG Barry and Lion Carolyn’s Exchange Student PDG Barry and I have had a Japanese Exchange student with us since last week. Her name is Yuri a 20 year old University student studying International Politics, and is from Saitama in District 330-C where her father is a Lion. Yuri had a week in W2 staying with PDG Peter Lamb and was taken around that area. Since she has been with us visits to Fremantle Prison, both Maritime Museums, Point Perron, also the history of Rockingham area, then E Shed for souvenirs, supermarket for chocolate and TimTams, Guilderton, Jurien, The Pinnacles and Cervantes. Yesterday we went for a drive up the hill to Lion Bels place (30 Klm this side of Goomalling) where she had a tour over the large property, patted the lambs and saw the week old calves, We had a great lunch provided by Dot & Gill Murray the owners, and the real hit was of course Ollie the Australian Sheep dog. Today we had brunch with Victoria Park Lions Club at the Dome in Vic Park, from there we journeyed on to Joondalup Resort for McCusker Foundation fundraiser High Tea. We still have another three days to fill in but have had a great time. Yuri is a delight to have. Her English is great and she has tried all sorts of food. We have of course made sure she has had Lamingtons, Apple Turnover with cream, Pavlova, Custard Tart and Vanilla Slice. Pinnacles Peek-a-Boo Funonthefarm 10
CANNING CITY LIONS CLUB PDG Barry and Lion Carolyn   s Exchange Student PDG Barry and I have had a Japanese Exchange stude...
MICHAEL ZEKULICH Well-known author and journalist Mike Zekulich will be addressing the Convention on Friday evening on the book Spirit of the Swan – 180 years of winemaking in the Swan Valley. This book captures the spirit of Western Australia’s oldest wine region, the Swan Valley. The story of winemaking in the region is a story of people, pioneers, families, characters, visionaries and craftsmen people who created The Spirit of the Swan. Author of the book Mike Zekulich was inducted as an ‘Icon of the Swan Valley’ in 2010 to acknowledge the contribution both he and the Zekulich family have made to the advancement of winemaking in the region. His career as a journalist with the West Australian spanned 41 years and is the author of numerous books including many about the wineries and wine industry in Western Australia. Spirit of the Swan – 180 Years of Winemaking in the Swan Valley is a 124-page coffee table-style book and recounts the lives and backgrounds of the people who have contributed to the valley over 180 years. The book includes many historic photographs and panoramic shots of the Swan Valley and the people who have shaped the past and continue to shape its future today. The Swan Valley and Regional Winemakers’ Association believes Spirit of the Swan will ensure future generations understand the first 180 years of winemaking in the Swan Valley and follow its journey into the next 180 years. Lion Peter Harrison Chairman of the Lions Hearing Dogs says THANK YOU for the support from your Clubs during the 2014/2015 year and we trust we can look forward to your support in the future. Listed below are the donations for the 2014/2015 Lions year. This includes, dog sponsorship, purchase of merchandise and donations. Club Michael Zekulich with Premier Colin Barnett at the launch of the book Spirit of the Swan in July 2014. A number of signed copies by Michael will be available at Convention THREE SPRINGS WORKSHOP Amount Lioness Club of Broome $500.00 Lions Club of Lions Club of Canning City Inc. Dongara/Denison Inc. $150.00 $500.00 Lions Club of Duncraig Inc. $500.00 Lions Club of Ellenbrook Inc. $250.00 Lions Club of Kalamunda Inc. $200.00 Lions Club of Karratha & Dampier Inc. $500.00 Lions Club of Kingsley-Woodvale Inc. $470.00 Lions Club of Manning Inc. Lions Club of Moora Inc. $200.00 Lions Club of Morley Inc. $500.00 Lions Club of Noranda Inc. $500.00 Lions Club of Northampton Inc. $200.00 Lions Club of Victoria Park Inc. $1,000.00 $1,000.00 TOTAL $6,470.00 11
MICHAEL ZEKULICH Well-known author and journalist Mike Zekulich will be addressing the Convention on Friday evening on the...
DUNCRAIG LIONS CLUB WHEELCHAIR ACCESS FOR SIENNA. ROLLING ON. Special raffle and auction at Poynter Primary School’s Farmers’ Market on Saturday 26 September. The Lions Club of Duncraig has been fundraising since early May to obtain enough money to adapt a suitable vehicle for wheelchair access for Sienna, the eleven year old granddaughter of one of their members, who suffers from a rare and debilitating form of epilepsy known as polymicrogyria. This results in her experiencing several seizures every day. Although she is unlikely to walk or talk normally, Sienna still attends a special school and a number of medical appointments on a regular basis. Sienna’s mum Sonia, is the petite, widowed single mother of three young children and finds it extremely difficult to lift her precious daughter into and out of the family car. Sienna is tall for her age and weighs around 36 kilos. Fundraising is going extremely well. One member of the Duncraig Lions Club decided to start a crowdfunding website at www.gofundme.com/uvb392tg which has already raised in excess of $8,000. If you’d like to make a donation to this worthy cause, that’s the place to go. The target is $20,000 which is apparently the approximate cost of adapting a Kia Carnival for wheelchair access. Come to Poynter Primary School’s Farmers’ Market on Sienna Day. The Lions Club of Duncraig has designated Saturday 26 September as Sienna Day and will be holding a Russian raffle and silent auction stall at the Poynter Primary School’s Farmers’ Market. Prizes included a Freo Dockers guernsey signed by all members of the 2015 squad, a Michael Hussey signed cricket bat, a signed photo of Eagle’s midfield star and Brownlow medallist, Matt Priddis, an El Cabello Resort package worth up to $390, a whale watch tour, family passes to AQWA and Caversham Wildlife Park and much, much more. There are more than 25 prizes in all to be won. But what’s a Russian raffle? Well, it’s a raffle which allows you to look at the prizes before you buy your tickets. So, you decide which prize you’d most like to win. Don’t worry; we’ll explain it all on the day. Tickets are only $2 each so all you need to do is be there with a bit of money in your pocket or purse that you’re prepared to spend on a very worthy cause with the possibility of winning a really great prize. Let’s get behind Sonia and help her push young Sienna easily and effortlessly into a specially adapted car. Please support Sienna either through or GoFundMe website or by attending the market on Saturday 26 September. See you there. Rob Wright Lions Club of Duncraig Please direct all enquiries to: PDG Neil F Saunders Lions Cancer Institute PO Box 2195 MANDURAH WA 6210 (H) 08 9583 3226 (M) 0418 947 345 DC, 12
DUNCRAIG LIONS CLUB WHEELCHAIR ACCESS FOR SIENNA. ROLLING ON. Special raffle and auction at Poynter Primary School   s Far...
EXEMPLARY SERVICE AWARDS On the 11th July 2015 at their Changeover the Moora Lions Club presented an Exemplary Service Award to a gentleman by the name of Leo Dornbush much to his surprise! Leo grew up in the Gidgegannup area on the family farm and deli shop. He started work as a school teacher and then joined the Department of Agriculture in Moora as a Senior Technical Officer. When Leo was employed by the Department of Agriculture he was responsible for the preparation and recording observations of the Moora Trial Programmes. The trials included cereals, pasture establishment, lupin breeding, sheep and cattle to name a few. It was in the days when public servants worked many hours of unpaid overtime and Leo spent many working hours unpaid in order to get the trials completed. He has been a voluntary worker in the Moora Community over many years. He has a hard work ethic and tirelessly helps by giving his time willingly to the many organisations in the town. Leo Dornbush with Jill Middlemass Exemplary Service Awards Chairperson A stalwart of the pony club for many years Leo turns his hand to any job which needs to be done. Single handed he keeps the equestrian centre grounds immaculate throughout the year, especially before the Moora horse trials. He can frequently be seen raking, sweeping and burning and nobly takes on the task of cleaning up the horse poo, a job avoided by most others. He is always cheerful and friendly, never complaining about any job however menial. Leo is never idle and spends many hours cleaning up around the town and helping to prepare the Tennis Club for functions, especially when there is an event to be hosted by the town. The Uniting Church grounds and buildings are one place where you can find Leo and they are a credit to his hard work. The Moora Historical Society has also benefited from Leo’s help. He is always there to gather up leaves and dispose of rubbish around and near the building. He also helps members to display exhibits. He is never too busy to spend time talking to lonely people of the town and visitors alike. He spends time at the Frail Aged Lodge and the Hospital listening to and reminiscing with the older people and offering an unbiased ear to those wishing to voice their opinions on daily matters. Leo Dornbush is a well-known, valued and popular member of the Moora Community and for this reason the Lions Club of Moora decided that it is time for him to receive a Lions Exemplary Service Award. 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. 13
EXEMPLARY SERVICE AWARDS On the 11th July 2015 at their Changeover the Moora Lions Club presented an Exemplary Service Awa...
BALLAJURA LIONS CLUB & BALLAJURA MALAGA ROTARY ANNUAL COMMUNITY FAIR Ballajura Lions work very closely with our Rotary counterparts to organise a number of community events during the year. The Ballajura Community Fairs is one of the highlights of the year which is very well supported by the community. Entry is a gold coin donation and we have a variety of stalls and fun activities for the whole family. This year we had a record 85 stalls a combination of food, soft drinks, games, different types of ware and many different types of entertainment for the children. We have a full day of stage performances throughout the show culminating the Lion dancers. We run a Talent competition to find the best act at the show. It could be a singer or different type of floor show. This is well supported by children between the ages of 5 and 18 years, their families & friends as can be seen by the above photo. Ballajura Lions had there famous and popular Prize Wheel at the show. The old chocolate wheel. We have been taking the Prize Wheel to shows for more than 14 years and have been charging $1 a tickets since its inception. Paul is our main spruiker and you can see him standing on the trailer. Other Lions are in the crowd selling tickets. We make about $500 at smaller shows like this one and around $1500 at the big shows. The Wheel is a good advert for Lions at the shows and travelling to and from shows. The Lion Dancers Stall holders setting up for the day 14
BALLAJURA LIONS CLUB   BALLAJURA MALAGA ROTARY ANNUAL COMMUNITY FAIR Ballajura Lions work very closely with our Rotary cou...
Early bird Registration prize for 50th, 100th etc. Registration 50th “Members Convention” Convention At The Vines REGISTRATION FORM 9th to 11th October 2015 LIONS CLUB OF BALLAJURA INC PLEASE USE BLOCK LETTERS NAME LION LIONESS LEO PARTNER IF PARTNER IS A LION PLEASE REGISTER SEPARATELY ADDRESS POSTCODE PHONE MOBILE FIRST CONVENTIONEER? Y N EMAIL TIME CLUB Number COST (each) TOTAL attending 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 FUNCTION 8.00 pm Welcome BBQ at The Vines 7.15 am Saturday 10th October – Business Session, Guest Speakers & Forums Conventioneers Buffet Breakfast at The Vines – $29 Everyone welcome 12:30 – 1:30 Continuous Tea and Coffee Conventioneers Lunch at The Vines – Everyone welcome 7:00 pm 9.30 am 9.30 am 11.30 am $25 $6.50 $25 Colin’s Rock & Roll Banquet at The Vines – Everyone welcome $55 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 Free 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 – Everyone welcome Convention Pin Free $20 $5 Less Early Bird Deposit GRAND TOTAL 15
Early bird Registration prize for 50th, 100th etc. Registration  50th     Members Convention    Convention At The Vines  R...
DIETARY REQUIREMENTS CHILD CARE REQUIREMENTS (information required by 31/7/15) – Cost will be advised when known. TRANSPORT REQUIREMENTS (from accommodation to venue) OTHER REQUIREMENTS OPTIONAL – If you would like your birth country’s flag included in in the Flag Ceremony please advise country’s name - Accommodation is available at The Vines Currently quoted prices are: Resort Room - $210 per day Superior Room - $239 per day 2 bedroom Apartment - $340 per day 3 Bedroom Apartment - $390 per day Other accommodation is available nearby and details of some are available on the District website or contact Swan Valley Visitors Centre on 9379 9400 Booking of Accommodation is the responsibility of Conventioneers. Activities available at The Vines 9 holes golf including motorised buggy - $49 The Keishi Day Spa Unwind and indulge in the range of heavenly packages available whilst their experienced therapist looks after all your needs. Booking of Activities is the responsibility of Conventioneers. Please send your completed form to Convention Registration Secretary, Members Convention, PO Box 2524, Malaga, WA 6944. Email: Sue McDonald - suzimac@westnet.com.au - Payment either by cheque (payable to Lions Club of Ballajura Convention) OR Electronic Banking: Bankwest BSB: 306 115 Account: 040686 1 use your name as reference. Please note electronic receipt number on your registration form. CHAIRPERSON - Mary-Anne Wolf 0400 518 758 SECRETARY– Richard Tunmer 0415 089 938 TREASURER – Philip Caunt 0438 952 294 REGISTRAR – Sue McDonald 0412 132 057 16
DIETARY REQUIREMENTS  CHILD CARE REQUIREMENTS  information required by 31 7 15      Cost will be advised when known.  TRAN...