CASTLEMAINE Lions Club

District 201V1-4, Victoria, Australia

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  • Visit of District Governor Malcolm Qualtrough on Tuesday 28th November at 7pm.

    The visit of District Governor Malcolm Qualtrough on Tuesday 28th November at 7pm is a significant event. All members are encouraged to attend this important Club Dinner. It is a collar and tie event.

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  • Club Dinner at the Kangaroo Hotel in Maldon 29th October.

    A well attended lunch at the Kangaroo Hotel in Maldon was enjoyed by members and friends instead of the normal Dinner meeting.

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  • Storage Room Conversion

    The storage room has been cleared in preparation for the building of an office in half of the space. Half of the space closest to the outside door will remain as storage. The office will be built courtesy of Tehree and Hamish Gordon.

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  • District V1-4 Convention at Sebastopol, 21st-22nd October

    The 2017 District Convention at Sebasopol in October was attended by our President Ron Gartside and Ron Delmenico, 3rd vice President and Membership Chairman.

    The newly elected District Governor for Lions year 2018-2019 is Murray Baud from the Inglewood Lions Club.

    Two of our former members were remembered at the Remembrance ceremony, Lion Cliff Sheehan and Lion Harry South.

    The Convention next year is at Carisbrook.

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    Lions Peace Poster Results

    Above. Castlemaine North Primary - The winner and the three runners up displaying their posters (from left to right) Ordell Stephens (Winner), Astrid Logan-Brenchley, Miffy Fisher and Mischa Griffiths. Art teacher was Michelle Day assisted by Class teachers Peter Scott and Sam Chapman.

    Winters Flat Primary School winner was Charlie Corcoran, runners up were Maeve Saunders, Asha Dorenimalen and Kiera Farr.
    Coordinated by Ray Stevenson, Art teacher was Juliet Jefferys
    Castlemaine North Primary School winner was Ordell Stevens, runners up were Astrid Logan-Brenchley, Mischa Griffiths and Miffy Fisher. Art teacher was Michelle Day.
    In both cases Awards were made in School Assembly with a Book Voucher and Notebook for both Winners and a Winners Certificate. Art equipment was presented to the runners up.
    Both Schools received a certificate for participation. At Winters Flat about 80 students in Grade 5 & 6 took part; at Castlemaiine North Primary about 70..




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    Catering Events October/December 2017

    1. 15th October, Castlemaine Old Boys Association BBQ in Botanic Gardens. 10 Lions in attendance preparing food and servingabout 50 'Old Boys'

    2. 3rd and 4th November, Castlemaine Show: on Friday, 14 Lions assisted by 8 netballers and 2 extras served food from the catering van and the BBQ tents; on Sat. 12 Lions served breakfast and lunch.

    3. 5th November, Catering(sausage sizzle) for private auction opposite the Fire Station. thaks to 4 Lions: Sarah Brandhoff, Ron Delmenico,, Margaret Gartside and Ron Gartside.

    4. 8th & 9th December, Kennel Club Catering for Dinner on the Friday and Breakfast & Lunch on the Saturday.




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