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Virtual Duck Race

 

Hold on to your seats for the coming Dumfries Lions Duck Race

- here's the taster -

 

Join us for our first  Dumfries Lions Virtual Duck Race on 10th April 2021.

Sponsored by the Toll Bar ,Dumfries and Rickerby Horticulture

All proceeds to go to the Dumfries and Galloway Young Carers Project.

D & G Young Carers

The race will consist of a number of heats leading to a grand final. Prizes will be awarded to the winners.

Ist Prize- £100, 2nd Prize- £50, 3rd Prize- £25

Give your duck a name , choose  its colour and  dress it in a hat. 

Buy your ducks here by clicking on the link below.

 Buy a Duck 

On a mobile, you can only use PayPal. On a PC or laptop, you can also use debit and credit cards.

We will be showing the race online from 2.30 pm on Saturday the 10th of April. A link to the race will be posted here - or head over to our Facebook Page.

Dumfries Lions Facebook Page 

 
Duck race program devised by Lee Hobbs, lee@ibzy.co.uk 
 
 
 
 
The Duck Race is coming back - virtually !!
 
The Nith in full flow over the Caul just recently. To think that was used as the finish line for our raft races and our duck races - the first raft or duck over the Caul was the winner. Viewers will be pleased to learn that we waited for the river to be MUCH lower.

 

 

Charity No SCO 49145

Good news; Dumfries Lions Club is now recognised by the Scottish Charity regulator (OSCR) as a charity. That will increase public confidence in the the Club and increase the Club's opportunities to serve the community.

The Dumfries Lions Club was formed in November 1981 and we meet on the second Monday of the month at 7.30pm in the Cairndale Hotel, Dumfries. At present we have a membership of 22 which consists of a mixture of people, including ladies, of different ages and from a wide range of backgrounds.

Our Club is part of the International Association of Lions Club which is the largest community service organisation of its type in the world. Help for the local community is the prime object of any Lions Club because our motto is "We Serve". We like to think of ourselves as good doers rather than "do gooders" and we are people who care about people. We are willing to serve our community and we enjoy fellowship and get satisfaction from participating in a job well done.

 

Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.

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