An open community meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 12, with a view to form a Lions Club in Urunga.
The organisers invite all members of the community including representatives of organisations, youth groups, sports bodies, and others to attend the meeting in the Dolphin Room of the Urunga Golf Club, 6.30pm for 7 o’clock.
This meeting is a follow up to previous gatherings to arrange the formation of new Lions Club in Urunga.
A Lions Club can be of benefit to a town as it can provide a focal point for numerous community initiatives.
These activities can include projects such as ‘Clean up Australia’ and youth exchange programs.
Other Lions projects that can benefit the community are sight conservation, hearing dogs, children’s cancer research as well as other health related projects.
The proposed new Urunga club will generally meet twice a month to discuss and plan projects and activities that will be of benefit to the community.
Lions members are ordinary men and women of the community who are dedicated to making their town a better place.
As a member of Lions Australia, members experience a number of personal benefits including leadership skills, a sense of self worth and networking opportunities and life-long friendships.
Lions Australia has a proud record of achievement in disaster and emergency relief, medical research and community service.
* If you are interested in your community and would like to ‘make a difference’, contact Peter Brotherton on 0435 721-409 or Jo Brotherton on 0401 516-779.
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