Lions District 201Q2

Lions District 201Q2

North Queensland - Australia and Papua New Guinea

Awards

Types of Awards

Details of Awards can be also be  found in the Club Administration Manual. Please contact your Cabinet Secretary for information on any of the awards. More information can be found on the Lions Australia Awards Page


Honour Roll

 Australian Lions Drug Awareness Foundation - James McLardie Award

The Australian Lions Drug Awareness Foundation (ALDAF) issues the James McLardie Award as a means of recognising outstanding service, and raising funds for the Foundation. The award is obtained through the donation of $500 to the Foundation, paid as a lump sum.
Recipients are expected to have a background of service to Drug Awareness or community service as a prerequisite for the granting of the award, which comprises an appropriate inscribed wall plaque.
Further information may be obtained from your State Director, refer to the current Multiple District 201 Directory for contact details.

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 Australian Lions Drug Awareness Foundation  - Dr Harry Jenkins Fellow

The Australian Lions Drug Awareness Foundation (ALDAF) issues the Dr Harry Jenkins Fellowship as a means of recognising outstanding service, and raising funds for the Foundation. The award is obtained through the donation of $1000 to the Foundation, paid either as a lump sum or over two years.
Fellows are expected to have a background of service to Drug Awareness or community service as a prerequisite for the granting of the award, which comprises an appropriately inscribed wall plaque.
Further information may be obtained from your State Director, refer to the current Multiple District 201 Directory for contact details.

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 Australian Lions Foundation - William R. Tresise Fellowship Award

This award, named after the founder of Lionism in Australia, will be presented to a Lion, Lioness. Leo or non Lion where the nominating Club, Zone, District or other Lions group makes an undesignated gift of $2000 to the Australian Lions Foundation in honour of that person.

The gift must be designated as a “William R Tresise Fellow Award” contribution, at the time it is made. The Award can be paid for in two equal instalments over two years. Each payment must specify the award, even though the recipient is unnamed at the time of payment.

The nominated recipients, honoured as a William R Tresise Fellow, will receive an appropriately inscribed wall plaque together with a lapel badge

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Australian Lions Foundation - Ian M. Stockdale Humanitarian Award

This award is named after past International Director Ian Stockdale MBE, a most popular and respected member of the Lions organisation. Ian was co-founder of the Lions Licola Village. He was a true Christian gentleman who devoted his life to ensuring a bright future for others.

The award is obtained through making an undesignated gift of $1,000 to the Australian Lions Foundation. Such an undesignated gift may be made by a Club, Zone, District or other Lions group who wishes to honour a Lion, Lioness, Leo or a non Lion or Group with this prestigious award. The gift is to be designated as an Ian M Stockdale Humanitarian Award contribution at the time it is made. The award can be paid for in two equal instalments over two years. Each payment must specify the award; even though the recipient is unnamed at the time of payment. The nominated recipient honoured with an Ian M Stockdale Humanitarian Award, will receive a large framed and appropriately inscribed coloured certificate together with a lapel badge.

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JAMES D. RICHARDSON HONOUR AWARD

This award is named after James D Richardson BEM, who in 1958 was the first Australian to serve as a Director on the International Board of Directors.

The award is achieved through making an undesignated gift of $500 to the Australian Lions Foundation, from a Club, Zone, District or other Lions Group that wishes to honour a Lion, Lioness, Leo or a non Lion or group.
The gift must be designated as a “James D Richardson Honour Award” contribution at the time it is made.
The James D Richardson Honour Award can be paid for in two equal payments over two years. Each payment must specify the award; even though the recipient is unnamed at the time of payment. The nominated recipient will receive a framed and appropriately inscribed certificate and a lapel badge.

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131 Steven Comas

133 Gordon Kane (dec)

136 Neil De Waele

138 Mike Guilfoyle 

177 Charles Newton

270 Greg Jackson

301 Bernard C Partridge

330 Lachie Rick

352 Don Scheffler 

377 Shirley May Walker 

378 Herbert Walker

379 Iris Anderson 

380 Heather Jagerndorff

505 Leonard Summerville

526 Edward (Ted) Darby 

665 David (Toby) Courtney

851 Gavin Ingram

1087 Nola Hills

1088 Col Hills

1256 George Bogiatzis

1332 Louis H Jezard 

1433 George Carr 

1487 Maxwell G McDougall

1632 Ian Colquhoun

1823 Ed Morris

1824 Warren Hansen 

1889 Noel Conn 

1936 Toni Lanphier 

1969 Percy A Tardent 

2018 Col Ryan 

2025 Faust Giacobone 

2136 Mervyn E Petersen

2160 Leo Hartley

2294 Harry E Telford

2370 Herb Robke

2371 Glen Hay 

2451 Mick O’Brien

2473 John Petrofski

2521 Robert W.Dawkins 

2522 Vernon Good Atkinson

2558 Kay Waters

2727 Graeme Vass

2848 Pearl Page

2972 Keith McDonald

3025 Les Coxhedge 

3081 Charles E. Rick 

3162 Roseanne Galea 

3223 Peter A Black

3233 Michael Collins

3275 Egidio (Eddie) Accatino 

3343 Margaret Bradfield 

3350 Peter McGrath 

3390 Betty Wilson

3391 G. Ralph Gradidge

3414 Gregory R. Williamson 

3493 Tim Arland

3494 Alan Braby

3496 Wally & Irene Carbis

3534 Peter Whipper

3568 Paul Cosatto

3573 Ken Gorton

3574 Graham Fraser 

3617 Edwin Brown 

3618 Raymond Hall 

3619 Douglas Bruce

3620 Trevor Green

3652 Des Day

3653 Kevin Ramke 

3654 Ken Tait 

3655 Peter Bunyan

3697 Bryan Parry 

3705 Greg Summers 

3706 John Muller

3707 Reg Kuchler 

3708 Charles Sorenson 

3709 Colin Dallavanzi 

3720 Bruno Cantoni

3753 Michael Gesch

3754 David Johns

3781 Merv Peterson

3782 Tammy Dunstan

3865 Roland Murolo

3866 John Faletti 

3871 Trevor Gray 

3897 William Henry Hurle

3921 Annette Clay 

3951 Bruce Avis

3984 Gavin Ingram 

3985 Tim Guzsely 

4030 Barry Brockbank

4031 Ralph Gradidge 

4033 Graham Fraser

4034 Peter Crozier 

4035 Maryann Crozier

4036 Des Rooker 

4037 Carlo Cavallo

4091 Keith Lamprecht

4137 Peter Demartini 

4229 Norma Moylan

4230 Ivy Meeson

4274 Ernie & Ailsa Stockham

4278 John Stevenson

4279 Gary Kenny 

4322 David Bradshaw 

4325 Gregory Bruce Heath 

4428 Faye Chapman

4429 Harry Major 

4430 Lynda Baxter 

4591 Terry Bennett 

4627 William Lanfranchi

4696 Doug Winterflood 

4697 Mirian Rooney 

4698 Kathy Scully

4699 Keith Griffiths

4774 Jim Nicolson

4775 Swee Eng O’Brien

4887 Trevor Gray 

4888 Frank Gatti 

4907 Gary Davey

4913 Ignazio La Spina 

4966 Patrick D Lynch

4978 Helen Toy 

4979 Sandra Hardy 

4980 Gloria Demartini 

4981 Jeanette Paterson

4994 Nancy Wheatley

5075 Jarrod Olivero 

5076 Bill Firth 

5077 Tom Porter

5078 Val Bradley

5079 Peter Goodman

5080 Tony Sinardi 

5081 Jo Lynes

5082 Marilyn Speerstra

5099 Carlo Cavallo

5113 Peter John Wright

5279 Alan Jousiffe 

5315 Pat Lynch 

5316 Jim Nicholson 

5373 Grace Sealey

5374 Pam Andrews 

5405 Phyllis Lemura 

5452 Jan Paterson 

5453 Robina Mealey

5503 Valerie Neville 

5620 Phil Ryan 

5625 Peter Kidcaff

5631 Maureen Ryan

5689 Delsi Delai

5759 Austin Lanphier 

5789 John Robert Wallace 

5790 Winston Sleaford

5792 Christine Becker

5793 Terry Jones 

5794 John Robert Wallace 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Recipients of Melvin Jones Fellowships

The Melvin Jones Fellowship, recognition of humanitarian work, may be used to recognise outstanding Lions or members of the general public. Such a Lion, or member of the general public, may be recognised in consideration of a donation of $US1000 to the Lions Clubs International Foundation. The Fellowship, as presented, comprises a special lapel badge and wall display plaque.

Melvin Jones Fellows, who make additional US$1,000 donations to LCIF, or in whose name US$1,000 donations are made, become part of the Melvin Jones Fellowship Progressive program. Progressive Melvin Jones Fellows are awarded a new lapel pin and congratulatory letter for each subsequent US$1,000 donation.

Contributions can be made by individuals (including non-Lions), clubs, or districts. Contributions can be made in one sum, or in instalments of a minimum of US$100 over a five-year period. Please contact the LCIF District Chairman or the District Secretary for full details and Application Forms or alternatively visit the L.C.I.F. page of the Lions Clubs International Web site. Applications may take some six weeks to process as they require the approval of a Lions Clubs International Foundation Board committee.

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Award Receipients