Yankalilla & Dist Lions Club
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Monday7:30pm to 9:30pm
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AreaYankalilla
AddressMain Road, Yankalilla
Contact08 8558 3630
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E-Mailyanklions@gmail.com
Web//yankalillaanddistrict.sa.li
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Ordinary men & women doing extraordinary things - supporting people with a disability, youth and the elderly and all manner of genuine worthwhile causes and having fun at the same time. Meetings held 1st and 3rd Mondays in the Yankalilla Golf Clubrooms, Soldiers' Memorial Oval, Main Road, Yankalilla.

Yankalilla & Dist Lions Club
Posted 2016-08-19 at 11:35:43
Yankalilla and Districts Lions Club Inc and Wirrina Cove Resort PRESENT A fundraising event All proceeds to Yankalilla Area School Saturday November 26th 2016 AN EVENING OF MUSIC Band Stage Folk: The Deronion Empire Band Blues: The Fleurieu Bluesbreakers Rock and Roll: The Rhythm Cats Boogie Blues: Indiana Phoenix Acoustic Stage Brian Cain, Dave Reid, Doobie Whitehorn $20.00 admission Dinner $35 Show and buffet dinner $55 Room dinner and show Single $175 Double $210 Dinner 6 pm to 8 pm. Show 8 pm to midnight Heaps of door prizes 1800 947 7462
Yankalilla & Dist Lions Club
Posted 2016-05-02 at 04:36:26
QUIZ NIGHT WHEN: Friday 27th May 7:00pm for 7:30pm start WHERE: Yankalilla Bowling Club COST: $10 per person BYO supper and nibbles Bar facilities available For further information and to book a table (8 per table), please contact Deborah on 0427 260 657 Limited spaces so book early to avoid disappointment! Proceeds support Lions’ community projects Lots of Fun, Games & Prizes!
Yankalilla & Dist Lions Club
Posted 2016-03-27 at 06:32:53
CELEBRATING A CENTURY OF SERVICE Lions donate $100,000 for 100 projects To mark Lions Club International’s centennial, the Lions Club of Yankalilla & District have signed on to help Lions Australia give away more than $100,000 to over 100 local projects as part of its Community 100 program. The $100,000 will be available in the form of $1000 grants to projects which make a difference to the community in the fields of youth, vision, hunger or the environment. The Yankalilla Lions Club is among more than 100 of Australia’s clubs chosen to form ‘Team 100’, which will help to roll out the grant opportunity locally. Local organisations, initiatives and projects in the Fleurieu Peninsula region and the surrounding areas are encouraged to make the most of the $1000 grant opportunity offered by the Lions Club of Yankalilla D& istrict. Lions Australia Executive Officer Rob Oerlemans said the Community 100 program provides local clubs with the opportunity to reach out to communities and create new partnerships. “If you can think of a community need, the chances are there’s a Lions Club doing something about it,” Mr Oerlemans said. “For almost 100 years Lions have shared a core belief that community is what we make it and the Lions Australia Community 100 program celebrates this belief. “The program brings together our clubs in a campaign designed to drive awareness, while also helping to funding new projects in the communities we serve.” Lions Australia, which will celebrate 70 years of service in 2017, was first established in 1947. Each year the local clubs of Lions Australia raise between $25-30million for community initiatives, projects and causes. “Where there is a need, there is a Lion and nothing shows this clearer than by looking back in the history of our service to the Australian community,” Mr Oerlemans said. “During times of disaster such as Cyclone Tracey, the Newcastle Earthquake and Cyclone Larry, as well as regional floods and fires, Lions have always been among the first on the ground. “From donating clothes, food and shelter to assisting with clean ups and rebuilding, Lions are always there to lend a helping hand. “Lions Australia have a proud history and therefore it is fitting to mark our international organisation’s centenary of service by doing what has made us great, helping others.” The Community 100 program is open for submissions from February 25 until June 30, 2016 and entrants are encouraged to apply online via (http://www.homelife.com.au/lifestyle/things-we-love/community100 ) The Lions Club of Yankalilla & District will then select three finalists, from which Lions Australia will nominate a winning project by mid-August 2016. For more information on how to apply and submission criteria please visit http://www.homelife.com.au/lifestyle/things-we-love/community100 or http://lionsclubs.org.au/activities/community100/
Yankalilla & Dist Lions Club
Posted 2015-02-03 at 07:54:58
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