Lions Club of Sandringham Inc.

District 201V5, City of Bayside, Melbourne, Australia

Youth of the Year 2019

Congratulations to Megan from Sandringham College, Yash {left} from Melbourne High and

Zac from Mentone Grammar. Yash was the overall club winner and Megan the public speaker

club winner.   

             

                      

Thank you to Brad Roswell MLA Sandringham, Carolyn Newall - We Teach Well

                  and Alex Izadi NAB Branch Manager, our wonderful judges.

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 2018.

Zone 8 & 9 Final

 Kate Blain- Overall Winner  Zoe French- Public Speaking Winner                      2018 YOTY Contestants

     

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Children's Mobility Foundation.

The Australian Lions Children’s Mobility Foundation provides specialised walkers to children with Cerebral Palsy and other similar disabilities. Started by David Hart in 1998 the foundation has enabled more than 1900 children to walk with the aid of these fabulous walkers. (see attached photo). Lions Clubs around Australia assist with funding and support for the family over many years as the child grows. Currently the cost of the walkers is around $12,000. The benefit to the children of being able to walk upright means they can be involved in sport, keep up with their peers and do many of the things other children do.

A major fundraiser is Walk for an Aussie Kid each year around September, however donations and bequests are always welcome at any time. For more information please see www.alcmf.lions.org.au or contact our District Chair Bev McLennan at mobility@lionsclubs201v5.org.

WE SERVE - LIONS MOTTO

Lions is a community service organisation! People join Lions because they want to use their intellect, creativity, commitment and enthusiasm to get things done plus they can enjoy the fellowship of new friends. You might want to start by being a Friend of Sandy Lions - help out occasionally, when you have time. This is where you can find out about the sorts of projects that your local Lions Club is doing. Like what you see?  Get involved - email  sandylionsclub@gmail.com or call Roger on 03.9521.0634. 2016 - 2017 Projects.