Remuera Lions Citizenship Awards

Since its Charter in 1963, the Remuera Lions Club has been proud to make Junior Citizenship Awards to students nominated by the 17 local primary & intermediate schools who best exemplify the Junior Citizenship Code below. These students are often the students who quietly go about their lives and studies (not necessarily the brightest or the best at sports) but who provide a great example to others of how to be a model citizen and helpful to others above self. 

Every school has a large copy of the Junior Citizenship Code displayed prominently in their school.

All students receive a copy of the Junior Citizenship Code at the Awards Ceremony in recognition of their attitude and community awareness.

Remuera Lions hosts the evening and provides an inspirational guest speaker who is relevant to the students (Olympian, motivator, TV personality, young business person etc). 

The 2024 Awards presentation will take place at Dilworth Junior School, 27 Omahu Road, Remuera, on Wednesday 6th November 2024, commencing at 6.30pm.


Remuera Lions Speechmakers Competition

Remuera Lions Club has been proud to host the Junior Speechmakers since 1988.
Local schools put forward their School Speech winners to compete for The Presidents Cup (Years 5 & 6) and the Sir Dove-Meyer Robinson Memorial Trophy (Years 7 & 8).

The Junior Speechmakers is held in September every year at St Marks Hall, Remuera Road.
The 2024 Speechmakers Competition will be held on 17th September

2023 Results:
The winner of The President’s Cup was Eleanor Jansen from Remuera Primary School. The Runner-up was Lucy Judd from Victoria Avenue Primary School.
The winner of the Sir Dove-Myer Robinson Memorial Trophy was Caitlan Caird from Diocesan School. The Runner-up was Charles Miller from St. Kentigern Boys’ School.

Congratulations to all our 2023 entrants

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