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CHANGE IN THE PRIDE AT TRURO LIONS CLUB

Truro Lions Club recently welcomed in their new president during their annual handover celebration. Past District Governor Lion Lesley Clarke has taken over the presidency for this coming Lions year and as an experienced Lion will carry on the good work previously carried out the by the previous club president Lion Richard Moore. 
Immediate past president Lion Richard said, “I have thoroughly enjoyed helping my local community over the last year, Lions has made a huge difference in my life; it's improved my confidence, leadership, teamwork and presentation skills.” 
President Lion Lesley said “I have always enjoyed Lions – for what Lions stands for, what Lions do and most especially the friendship and camaraderie that exists at club level, district level and international level. This year my chosen charity will be Cornwall Hospice Care plus other smaller charities with needs. I hope to be able to take Truro Lions forward to achieve a good working relationship with the city and other local organisations, which will enable our members to do what they joined to do and that is WE SERVE.”
Truro Lions Club are part of Lions District 105SW and are now in their 48th year as a Lions Club, since its inception the Lions Club has supported regular projects throughout the year, the catering trailer has supported a number of events, Sale of books have continued on Lemon Quay during summer months, Crystal Golf Tournament at Truro Golf Club has again raised significant funds, we have assisted  in the installation of Defibrillators throughout Truro and surrounding area, an annual Seniors party at Carnon Downs, Diabetes screening at Royal Cornwall Show and always help to local people who need it, just recently financial help for those affected by the fire in Truro this month.
On a global scale the Lions Club of Truro provide donations to the Lions Clubs International Foundation who provides grants for worldwide humanitarian projects and other support such as disaster relief.
Club PR & Communications Officer Geoff Kaye said “As an international organisation we’ve recently celebrated our 100th year birthday, we’ve modernised along on the way and still continue to carry out service projects in our local communities, community development is at the core of everything that we do” 
The Lions Club of Truro are always looking for more volunteers to help serve in their community, if it’s something you think you’d like to get involved with you can find details on our club website at http:/www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/trurolions/ or telephone
0845 8335824 for more information.
Lions International continues to be one of the biggest service organisations in the world and has over 1.4 million Lions in over 46,000 Lions Clubs worldwide

For more information please contact Lion Geoff Kaye on 01872 496255

Officers for 2020/21

President:  Lion Peter Read

Vice President:  Lion Geoff Kaye 

Second Vice President: to be advised 

Secretary: Lion Geoff Kaye

Treasurer: Lion Mick Pawlak

Membership: Lion Alan Chick

 

 

 

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