Using the Money we Raise
Lion President Ann Dunn presenting Cassie Galpin with a Cheque for £200.00 towards the cost of going to Madagascar. Cassie is a Senior Girl Guide, and has been selected as part of a group of 12 Girl Guides from South East England who will be assisting Girl Guides in Madagascar with humanitarian projects. Cassie is a leader with the Newick, East Sussex, Brownie unit, some of whom are pictured here.
Cassie also received a "Cuddly Lewes Bear" mascot to take on her trip and present to a Girl Guide in Madagascar, who she felt was doing exceptional work in her community.
Lewes Lions 'Stump Up' cash towards a new
Bowling Machine for Ringmer Cricket Club
Lion President Ann Dunn pictured here with Murray Barnett (Junior Cricket Manager) and members of the junior section of Ringmer Cricket Club being presented with a cheque for £200.00. This is towards the cost of replacing the machine that was stolen last year. The machine is extremely useful for practising stroke play as it can deliver the ball at a consistent speed and line, giving the young players plenty of chances to practice any particular shot.
Peter Crees, chairman of Ringmer C.C. with the new Bowling Machine
The new machine in use.
One of the junior players recieving a ball in the practice nets
Joy Vincent from the Pells pool committie receiving a cheque for £250.00 from Lion President Ann Dunn.
Lion President Ann Dunn presenting Helen Fines of the Life Skills Department with two copies of Life Matters Board Game . They will be used as teaching aids in the PHSE curiculum.
£450.00- To LGB Brass, part of the proceeds from the Christmas Concert. This money goes towards providing instruments for use by the Junior Section. For more information about LBG Brass, click on this link:-http://www.lgbbrass.co.uk
Donations to Lions Projects.
£50.00 Towards the running costs of the Gomel Lions Club in Belarus.
£100.00 Towards the Warehouse and Transport costs of the " Shoe Box and Aid for Gomel Project". Belarus.
£180.00- To Dyatlovichi Childrens Centre in Gomel, Belarus. Sponsoring two local young people with behaviour difficulties to attend this centre durring their summer holidays.
£250.00- Towards the purchasing of Night Flying Equipment, for the Kent, Sussex and Surrey Air Ambulance.Lions Clubs of District 105SE are aiming to raise £100,000.00 towards the cost of this equipment.
£200.00 To Lions Clubs International Foundation. Giving aid for major Disasters World Wide, through Local Lions Clubs.
£50.00 To UNICEF through our District Fund towards their famine relief in Africa.
£100.00- Lions International Blood Research Appeal. LIBRA
£250.00 To St. Dunstan's Landudno Appeal. Money was raised by Lions Clubs throughout Great Britain and Ireland, two furnish two specialist rooms, at this new centre.