Fund raising events in recent times.

Easter Raffle in local hostelries.
Stall at the Alsager Charity Market.
Lions Youth Brass Band Concert at Alsager Civic.
Mulled Wine Stall at The Alsager Christmas Light Switch-On.
Coffe morning at Lion Kath Morris's house.
Jumble Sale at the United Reform Church.
Alsager Street Collection

How Alsager Lions Spent Money Raised in recent times.

Donation to Lions Youth Brass Band.
Donation to Alsager British Legion Poppy Appeal.
Donation to "High Street 2020 Arts," for their Alsager Advent Calendar.
Donation to the Cedars Medical Centre to purchase a special chair.
Donation to Alsager Community Trust, " My World Project." for children from Alsager Junior Schools.
Donation to the Lou Marcari "Homeless peoples project."
Donation to Douglas Macmillian Hospice (DMH).
Donation to Leighton Hospital with financial help towards a special garden in the hospital grounds.
Donation to Lions District Governors wife for her charity.
Donatio to HANFA (Helping Additional Needs Families) for their summer scheme.
Donation to a young student off to Costa Rica and Nicaragua in 2018, helping young people in that part of the world.
Donation to a young student to help him met the cost of travelling to Costa Rica for a month to help the local people in various locations.
Donation to Kath Reader for the Alsager Dementia Awarness Project, cost to wards a table Tennis table.
After being approached by Rich Evans, Community Officer for Teasco Store in Kidsgrove along with Tracey Thorley, Family Project Worker in Kidsgrove Alsager Lions contributed to the purchase of a refrigerator and washing machine for a young family who had recently lost their Mum and were seeker afresh start.

Service Projects

Collection of Used Spectacles at Alsager Medical Centre, Scrivens Opticians Alsager, Alsager Post Office and an opticians in Newcastle.
Message in a Bottle in and around Alsager. Spare Bottles always available. Available at Alsager Library and the Community Church. Recently a supply of bottles to the Alsager Partnership, Kath Reader of the Alsager Dementia Awareness Project

Public Relations

Alsager Lions now have their own Peace Garden, thanks to Lion Anton Selvadurai's efforts, by a main road into Alsager. Now including an "International Peace Pole."
Alsager Lions have a full size Dalek by the name of Cyborg Sam for hire. For parties or fund raising.
Cyborg Sam received his name after a local schools competition, asking its' students to give the Alsager Dalek a name. 
On the sad death of Lion Treasurer, Geoff Rimmer's, daughter Lesley she generously left the Club an amount of money in her will. After some discussions by members it was decide to approach Alsager School to offer an annual prize and trophy to a pupil who had a successful year, despite personnel problems of their own.
Deputy Head Andrea O'Neil was delighted to receive the offer as the school was working to a similar idea called "Resilient."
After furher discussion it was agreed that a successful pupil would be choosen by the school, from each of the four houses annually, each receiving a £50.00 voucher and the pupil, in the opinion of the staff, achieving the most would be presented with the Lesley Rimmer Memorial Shield.
Social Gatherings with other Lions Clubs
Alsager Lions have  a 5th Thursday Dinner at local hostelrise, for 2019, at the The Wilbraham Arms, The Royal Oak, The Bearshead in Smallwood and The Lawton Arms, all are welcome and Stoke on Trent Lions help to make the evening most enjoyable. 
Alsager Lions Charter (Party) the first Saturday in December at the Alsager Golf Club.



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