TEWANTIN NOOSA Lions Club inc.

District 201Q4, Queensland, Australia

OUR CLUB

TEWANTIN NOOSA LIONS CLUB is situated in Tewantin which is on the banks of the beautiful Noosa River, on the Sunshine Coast in sunny Queensland, Australia. We have been serving our community since the Club’s inception in 1967.  The Lions are your friends and neighbours who have volunteered and reach out to many people in the community, who are underprivileged or in need of our help.

 

WHO ARE WE?  

Tewantin Noosa Lions are a group of enthusiastic, extremely generous people, who care for others and work together expressing their individual skills in keeping the very complex business of serving the community in every possible way? 

We meet regularly in a relaxed casual atmosphere at the Tewantin Noosa RSL every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6 pm to discuss issues and address community needs where we can assist.  We also enjoy the friendship and fellowship of other Club Members.  

 

 PRESIDENT'S REPORT - APRIL

     

 The Lions year is nearly at an end.

The new Executive and Board members have been selected. Congratulations to everyone. I know you will have an interesting and rewarding year.

Thank you to David Watts who presented the wreath at the Anzac Day
ceremony and all the members who assisted on the day. All donations received
will be going to Legacy.

Unfortunately, due to bad weather and new turf being laid at the entrance to
the car park, the park was closed for most of the Easter Period although we did
manage a few days of parking before the rain came. Thanks to Ian Glew and
his team.

Membership night has resulted in a prospective new member. Congratulations
to the Membership Team.

I appreciate all your time spent during the month volunteering in various ways.
Yours in Lions
Sheila

 

Come on down to Bunnings - Noosaville to support this very worthy cause.  See you there!!!

 

Thanks to all Members who helped at the Anzac Day Service, especially those who were there at 2 am and 4 am. Lion David Watts presented the wreath on behalf of our Club.  Job well done all!!

 

 

Congratulations to Dagmar Orlicek.  What a fantastic achievement, we are proud of you.

 

Thank you to all Lions who helped feed the masses at the NOOSA FESTIVAL OF SURFING...fantastic effort. This week was a huge team effort.  Special thanks to Gary Dun who organised this great feat. Congratulations!

 

A HUGE WARM WELCOME to our three new Members this week.  We are so lucky to have these Members, they have already volunteered many hours to various projects and excelled in the process.  We are lucky to have them in our Club. Thank you for choosing TEWANTIN NOOSA LIONS CLUB! 

 

CLEAN UP AUSTRALIA DAY was also devoted to Lions Awareness Day for 2019.  We showed how we volunteer and SERVE the Community.  Thank you to all Members who participated and thank you to all volunteers who helped Clean Up Australia! We look forward to seeing all of the people who were interested in becoming a LION at our Meetings.

 

Special Thank You to MICHAEL ROACH who organised this project.  He has gone over and above to help Aussie Farmers in outback Queensland.  Thanks from all of us to you and Jay.  You have made a huge difference to these farmers and their families!

 

Youth of the Year 2019

Our Youth of the Year Program for 2019 was held at Tewantin Noosa RSL Club with our Chairperson Janelle McDonald delivering the Program.

Participating schools this year were:

St. Teresa’s Catholic College with teachers Deb McGhee and Sue Kraljevic involved in the selection of students.

Good Shepherd Lutheran College with teachers Matt Armstrong and Karen Lunn involved in the selection of students.

 Our contestants this year were:

 Brenna Riley and  Isabella   Baker from St.Teresa’s   Catholic College,

 Noah Benjamin and Chelsea   Meadows from Good   Shepherd Lutheran College,

Judges were:

Mick Reid, President of RSL sub-branch

Robert Jennings, Principal of Tewantin State School

Loz Truffield, Manager of NAB Noosa.

The Students were interviewed by Judges prior to the evening and were chosen to continue in the Program. They were asked to present two impromptu speeches of two minutes and then their prepared speeches of five minutes.

Impromptu two minutes speeches – All four contestants were asked two questions :

  1. What technology will have the biggest effect on the world in the next 10 years?
  2. How will regional Australia be able to survive in the future?

Isabella, Noah, Chelsea and Brenna all gave interesting answers to these questions. 

Contestants delivered prepared speeches: All four contestants had to speak for five minutes.

  1. Brenna’s speech was about the monolingual mindset and the benefits of learning a   second language at school.
  2. Chelsea spoke about adversity and how to overcome it in adolescence and realise that Intelligence can be developed.
  3. Noah spoke, with passion, about Australia being a sporting nation and the benefits of sport – health, friendship etc. He also spoke about the costs of sports and that maybe sports could be subsidized through a luxury tax.
  4. Isabella’s speech asked the question – what is school for? And how students should be taught more life skills.

Judge Mick Read congratulated the students, families and schools on the remarkable contestants and their presentations on the night,

The winners were:

1. Speaker Award – Isabella Baker – presented with the Alan Jolly Award

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. Overall Winner – Chelsea Meadows – presented with the Keith McDonald Award.  

The next level for Youth of the Year Program will be held to decide the winners for the Zone.  This will be held at Mudjimba Community Hall on 2nd March 2019. The Program begins at 1.30pm with impromptu speeches.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COME JOIN US

 

                    

 

 

LIKE TO BECOME A LION?

    

 

At Tewantin Noosa Lions Club, we gladly welcome new Members.  If you would like to know more, please contact us for more information:

Benefits of being a Lion:

  • Friendship - with friendly and dedicated people in the community
  • Gaining more knowledge - about the community
  • Learning new skills - leadership and personal development
  • Fulfilment - from working with other Lions for the common good
  • Self-gratification - by serving and helping others in the community

These are just some of the benefits of being a member of Tewantin Noosa Lions Club which is part of the world’s largest and most active service club organisation.          

Interested in becoming a member?

Call  Chris Pullin on  0410 632 643