David Kay,  President 2021 to 2022David Kay, 

President  David Kay 2021 to 2022

I was born in South Yorkshire, left school at 15, got gcse in English literature, also later got degree in management from Nottingham Trent University. I am 66 yrs old. Came to live in  Spain in 2016. Started volunteering in the Lions Charity Shop, joined the Lions about 3 years ago. Last year I was social secretary, before that I was Tail Twister. Became president 1st July this year, married 2 children and 2 step children.

My mission statement is: To feed the hungry and help the needy in our community and through collaboration with the town hall and other charitable organisations to help improve the lives of the less fortunate. Because I believe that no one should have to go hungry in the 21st century. Also it is my aim to lead the La Cala Lions Club into a stronger position within the community to be better able to help more people in need in the years ahead. I look forward to working with all members of La Cala Lions Club to achieve these objectives.








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