4 times Winner of Lions Clubs District 202K
Cyril Moore Award for
WELCOME - PLEASE COME IN AND EXPLORE OUR SITE
Blockhouse Bay- Lynfield Lions Club are always looking for special people to share the vision of better community.
A challenge goes out to the local community to explore this web site.
If you like what you see and keen to take part in similar projects as shown, then next go to http://www.lionsclubs.org/EN/who-we-are/mission-and-history/purpose-and-ethics.php and if you believe those ideals meet your standards, text “BHBL Lions 2015” to 027 66 111 22 with your name, email address and phone number. We will send you an invitation to one of our Monthly Dinner meetings, so we can get to know one another.
BLOCKHOUSE BAY-LYNFIELD LIONS CLUB
Community Service in the “Bay”
President: Robert Findlay
All contact via
Secretary / Web Master: Alan Gray
Phone: 027 66 111 22
Lynfield College Girl wins local 2015 Lions Young Ambassadors' Contest organised by our cub
Dr. Jitsuhiro Yamada
Your International President with our club members at the ANZI Forum
Imm Past President Janelle Collins and Secretary Alan Gray are privileged to share a few moments at the 2015 ANZI Forum and present Dr Yamada with our club brochure
STRIDES FOR DIABETES
A familiar site at Blockhouse Bay Market Day,
raising funds for a worthy cause
SEEN AT MANY A SANTA PARADE
Getting ready for the Annual Blockhouse Bay Santa Parade, with the Health Van as star. The rest of the team are selling sausages to the hungry waiting spectators.
& SATISFACTION IN YOUR
COMMUNITY’S SERVICE CLUB
.... and not only local projects, but reaching out to help where needed
WARM CLOTHES FOR THE CHILDREN OF CHRISTCHURCH
A past member Andrea, initiated the appeal for warm clothes for the children at schools in the hardest quake hit area of Christchuch. As an ex teacher from the area Andrea used her network of contacts to find out what was needed and linked schools in our area with those in Christchurch in need. Then when others heard about the project Andrea's House was inundated with donations from businesses and individuals. Then came the mammoth task of sorting and allocating to each school their requirements.
All bagged up and ready for Christchurch, after much sorting the bags of warm clothes, blankets and shoes are seen here in the freight forwarding shed. But before that stage came the sorting as below
Above Andrea the organiser of the appeal is assisted by Alan and below Jan and Barbara besides the many others who came at various times
We had some fun with our
6th Annual Wild Westie Fun Car Rally
HERE for report and pics
See photos of our 35th Anniversary Party and Baywatch Nov 2012
Get all the info on our Diabetes Awareness Initiative
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