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LIONS DOT GEE, MIKE GEE AND RUTH ANDERSON BAG-PACKING AT SAINSBURY ON EASTER SATURDAY MORNING.

£575 WAS RAISED TO GO TOWARDS LOCAL CHARITIES.

DISTRICT 105M 39TH ANNUAL CONVENTION SOLIHULL 2014

FRIDAY NIGHT FUN THEME 'ON THE PIER' FANCY DRESS LIONS LESLEY & BERNARD CROFT

LIONS LIZ AND DAVID THAKE

LIONS MIKE AND DOT GEE

TOP RIGHT, LION SARAH HILL CALLED TO THE FRONT OF THE CONFERENCE IN RECOGNITION OF HER ZONE CHAIRMANSHIP

ALL READY FOR THE SATURDAY NIGHT FORMAL DINNER

OUR CLUB WAS AWARDED THE CLUB EXCELLENCE AWARD BY L.C.I. FOR THE YEAR 2012-13 COLLECTED BY PRESIDENT FOR THAT YEAR, LION MIKE GEE,  ON BEHALF OF ALL THE HARBOROUGH TWENTY 12 MEMBERS.

Harborough Twenty 12 Lion Club, along with Marie Curie helpers, did a Daffodil appeal collection at Sainsbury’s at the beginning of the month.

Over the Friday and Saturday over £1850 was collected for Marie Curie Cancer Care, which the Lions club are topping up to £2000 from it’s own funds. A big thank-you to all those who donated.

Attached is a photo of Lions club members Ruth Anderson (l) and Kate Godber (r), who took part in the collection.

Harborough TWENTY 12

 Convention 2013

President Mike Gee was the first delegate to be called to the stage to read the Lions Code of Ethics as a start to the two day convention.  Friday evening was an informal themed event celebrating DG Paul Anstice's birthday with a children's party theme. Saturday night was the formal Convention Dinner much enjoyed by all.

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 Donation to the MH Sea Cadets

 

Lion President Mike Gee presents a cheque for £500 to the Market Harborough Sea Cadets.  Tues 19 March 2013.

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Donation to the Teenage Cancer Trust

President Mike Gee presents a cheque for £500 to District Governors wife, Jackie Amstice for the Teenage Cancer Trust.  Sunday 17 March 2013.

Harborough TWENTY 12 Christmas Party

15th December 2012

Harborough TWENTY 12

ON SATURDAY 24TH  NOVEMBER A NEW CLUB WAS FORMALLY RECOGNISED BY LIONS CLUBS INTERNATIONAL.

Market Harborough Lions Club was formed in the 70s and in 2005 they developed the concept of a mixed club to be known as the "Branch" club.

A dinner was held to celebrate the formation of the new club at the Three Swans Hotel, attended by over 100 guests where the official Charter  from America was presented to President Mike Gee from District Governor Paul Anstice.

 

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Message in a Bottle

Harborough TWENTY 12 Lions Club spent two full days at the Market Harborough Medical Centre on the 3rd and 10th of October when the Centre was carrying out the flu jabs for seniors.

The Lions had a desk in the Foyer with all the M.I.A.B posters etc. and during the two days they gave out a total of 1,245 bottles. As most of the patients were in couples the Lions explained one bottle could be used for two people and as a result they believe they accommodated over 2,000 patients with the facility.

There was no intention to use it as a money raising event, but much to their surprise people were insistent on giving small donations, and these totalled £218 over the two days.

The photo underneath shows Lion Sarah Hill, Lion Dot Gee and Lion Gill Breeze as the article appeared in Harborough Mail.

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Dominic and the Cocktail shakers evening

29th September 2012

 

The Cocktail Shakers Boys

Lesley getting topped up 

Some of the Club members

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Sports and Fun Day July 2012

 Harborough Twenty 12 Lions Club hosted the Sports & Fun Day in Welland Park three weeks before the Olympics.  12 Primary schools each selected a country to represent for the day and were presented with the flag by Martin Johnson, international Rugby player whilst the anthem for their chosen country was played.  There were three medal presentations for different age groups during the day and there were taster sessions and a large fairground.  Sports ambassadors from Robert Smyth Academy and Welland Park College organised the various sports activities and it was a great day with a fantastic atmosphere.  The Lions received a Runner Up School and Community Partnership Award at  Learning South Leicestershire School Sport Celebration event 2012.

Martin Johnson opening the event

Sports Ambassadors lead the children in an olympic dance routine.

Martin presenting one of the flags

President Mike Gee with the 2012 Olympic Torch Bearer, Rob Gomez


Paul Anstice, Lions District Governor and the 1948 Olympic Torch.


The gold, silver and bronze medal winners.


 

Harborough TWENTY 12

Foxton Fun Day September 2011

Each year Harborough Twenty 12 Lions Club, in partnership with Foxton Primary School, host the Foxton Family Fun Day early in September.

Entry is free but the donations we receive throughout the day are shared with the school and the Lions Club to be distributed to local good causes.

Mike busy at the BBQ.

 Sarah, Mike and Paul hard at work.

BATON TWIRLERS AND GIANT SLIDE

MAYPOLE DANCING

ONE OF THE LIVE GROUPS

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