Admin - 16 December 2015
East Derwent Primary students participated in the Lions International Peace Poster contest.
Seventeen students submitted poster designs and our judge assessed Taleah Cowan as the winner.
Roger Joseph, President of Lions Club of Brighton, presented certificates of participation to the students and the winners certificate to Taleah.
Lions Club of Brighton will be encouraging more schools in the area to engage in the contest for 2016.
Admin - 09 December 2015
2015 PROGRAM web
Lions Club of Brighton and Baptist Churches of Southern Tasmania are pleased to present the Third Brighton Community Carols at the Johnson Oval, Pontville.
Led by the Derwent Valley Concert Band with soloist ‘Alopi Latukefu and with local singer Katharine Downie singing Silent Night, the event will be a night to remember.
The Lions BBQ trailer will be there providing hamburgers, sausages and egg and bacon rolls; Dippin’ Dots Icecream will be there for dessert.
Children’s activities from 6.30pm, Carols commence 7.30pm
And Santa will be there.
Admin - 25 April 2015
Members of the Lions Club of Brighton today attended the Centenary of Anzac service held at the newly completed Remembrance Park in Brighton. We were tasked with cooking the BBQ for after the ceremony and during the sporting events which followed. The weather held out, despite the forecast and we cooked and served a total of 45kg of sausages in just over an hour for the hundreds of people who attended. It was a lovely service and we certainly hope we can be involved in the commemorations again next year.
Admin - 20 April 2015
In this issue of the April Lions Quarterly, see how Lions in Jamaica are dedicated to reforestation, learn about Melvin Jones and his commitment to the success of Lions Clubs International, hear how nine clubs in Minnesota join together to tackle two large projects in one weekend, and watch the new disaster relief public service announcement.
Continue reading “Lions Quarterly – April 2015”
Admin - 14 April 2015
A few months ago members at the Lions Club of Brighton Inc. were treated to a guest speaker from the Leukaemia Foundation. Kate spoke to members about the Worlds Greatest Shave among the other great work of the Foundation.
One of our members took it upon herself to get involved and has enlisted three others to take part as well. Courtney’s 6 year old daughter, 13 year old cousin and her 13 year old friend will all participate in the event with her.
Rather than just shave their heads, these four girls will each have 20cm of hair cut to donate to Salon Red’s Hair Bank. The hair will then be sent to a wig maker to be converted into wigs for those with cancer.
The Lions Club of Brighton will be assisting the ladies with the cost of haircuts as well as providing a donation of the profits of an upcoming event.
We would love for you to support the girls as well, you can donate through the link above or contact us if you would like to donate hair as well.