Lions District 201Q2

Lions District 201Q2

North Queensland - Australia and Papua New Guinea

Lioness

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                        Lioness Forum at the recent 201Q2 District Convention

Whilst the primary aim of Lionesses is to help others, it is not just about raising funds and providing community service. Being a Lioness member opens up new doors to a network of friends. In Australia, Lionesses participate in local, district, state and national seminars, forums and conventions. They share fellowship with a large circle of fellow members. ‘Break-away’ weekends are organised by many districts and states for fun and fellowship.

Would you like to be a member of an international organisation that offers friendship, fellowship and most important, service to others? Then you should consider membership of a Lioness Club.

Lioness Clubs are a vital part of the world’s largest community service organisation – Lions Clubs International, which today has more than 1.3 million members in 206 countries. Lions Clubs International was founded in 1917, while the first Lioness Club was formed in 1975 in Mount Pleasant, North Carolina USA. The first Lioness Club in Australia commenced in 1976.

In Australia and Papua New Guinea there are about 102 Lioness Clubs with 2000 members who enjoy helping people in their community who are less fortunate than themselves. At the same time the Lioness enjoy a bond of friendship that extends not only within Australia but throughout the world.

Join a Lioness Club  

Who can join? Membership is open to both women and men and is an attractive option to membership of a Lions Club for those whose resources may be limited or time restricted. Lioness Clubs are sponsored by Lions Clubs, usually neighbouring, and as well as assisting in activities of their sponsor club, organise many projects of their own

To express interest in joining a Lioness Club, please contact us on the emails listed below, or use our enquiry form below

 

If you would like to know more about Lioness Clubs, please contact:  Jo Lynes (John) Club: Cairns Barrier Reef P:  07 4058 0203  M: 0409 490 606 E: jolynes9@gmail.com

 

 

  

Important Lioness Documents

Logos - Current Logos for Lioness.

Lioness Handbook (Word)

File Size is 1.1 MB. File Type is Word. Current as at May 2014. This Word version allows members to type into the forms and reports before printing them off. The Lioness Club Handbook contains valuable information for all Lioness clubs, it is your guide to managing your lioness club

Lioness Handbook (PDF)

File Size is 738 KB. File Type is pdf. Current as at May 2014. This pdf version is a suitable if you just wish to read it or print it. The Lioness Club Handbook contains valuable information for all Lioness clubs, it is your guide to managing your lioness club

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Lioness Website 

Lioness Australia Website