TEWANTIN NOOSA Lions Club inc.

District 201Q4, Queensland, Australia

Archived News

Archived News

Christmas Cakes are on Sale now!

Christmas is a time for enjoyment, so why not let your family enjoy a Lions Christmas Cake. 
A well-known and established tradition, the Lions Christmas Cake is a quality purchase and at the same time is helping the needy in your community. Lions Christmas Cakes are recognised as a high quality Australian made product, manufactured using only Australian ingredients.

Christmas Cakes are available from
Tewantin Newsagent
Bendigo Bank Tewantin
Guardian Pharmacy Tewantin
Tewantin RSL Club
Priceline Pharmacy Tewantin

There are two Lions Cakes available: 
1.0 kg Cake selling for $11.00
1.5 kg Cake selling for $15.00
1.0 kg Pudding selling for $11.00

Furniture removal to LEAC Friday 9 August

This morning a group of Tewantin Lions, Drysdale Funeral, and SES personnel met at the Bunnings Storage shed and loaded lots of furniture onto the back of Barry Bridger''s flat top truck. Tess from the Rotary Club let us in and we were hard at it straight away. The furniture was cordoned off from the Sheraton 170 room furniture which was generously donated by the Sheraton Noosa to the flood affected people of Bundaberg. The Tewantin , Cooroy, and Peregian Lions Club members were happy to assist the Rotary Club of Noosa in this project.

At the Noosa end we had enough volunteers to load the furniture within an hour and then we proceeded to Nambour. None of the furniture fell off after being excellently tied by Barry and Bill.

The furniture was then transferred to the Nambour Lions Emergency Accommodation Centre (LEAC) headquarters where we were given a great welcome by Gemma the co-ordinator at LEAC Nambour. 

LEAC Inc. has been working with people who are homeless since 1979. Funded under the Supported Accommodation Assistance Program (SAAP) since 1985 and supported by Lions and Lioness Clubs, it offers a multi-target generalist crisis service in the Sunshine Coast Region. LEAC Inc also contributes to community education about Homelessness and Domestic and Family Violence and to the social development of the region. The Service is committed to addressing the structural factors that contribute to marginalise people from full social, cultural, economic, recreational and political participation in their community.
Thank you to those that volunteered and I am sure the furniture will go to needy causes.

Well done Lions, SES, Drysdale and Rotary.