Lets Get Together Huntly   


                                                                                                                                Huntly Lions Club provided assistance to the “Let’s Get Together Huntly” committee to erect Welcome/Kia Ora and Farewell/Harae Ra signs on the footbridge at Huntly.  The “Let’s Get Together Huntly” committee and Huntly Business community welcome visitors to Huntly, deviate from the bypass and stop in our town.  View the country displays in each shop window as the businesses of Huntly adopt the rugby teams visiting New Zealand. 

Stop in at Odd Spoon Café (situated in the Essex Arms Hotel) and see the display of Rugby memorabilia from the local area.

Take a walk around Lake Hakanoa (a pleasant 40 minute stroll) or visit the Waikato Coalfields Museum

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50th Year of Charter

The Lions Club of Huntly was Chartered in January 1961 with 32 members, and has recently celebrated its’ “50th Anniversary” with a celebratory Dinner held in the Huntly War Memorial Hall, the location of the inaugural meeting of the Club.  In attendance were many past and present members, including two Charter members and sixteen past Presidents.

  Presidents' in attendance at 50th Charter Anniversary with PDG Brian Quinlan

"We Serve"

The Lions motto of "We Serve" epitomises the work of Huntly Lions.  Our fundraising projects include:

  • the cutting, splitting and delivery of firewood
  • coordinating the parking an clean-up for Huntly Saloon and Stockcar Club which provides a fundraising opportunity for many local organisations
  • Delivery of Telephone books in the Huntly Area
  • Marshalling at the Huntly Half Marathon and 10km Run and Walk.

Recognition of our cummunity work was acknowledged at the District 202L Convention, where we were honoured to receive two awards for our Ralph Mine Rededication Project.







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