BALLAJURA Lions Club Inc

District 201W1, Western Australia, Australia

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Lions Club of Ballajura Change Over Dinner.

District 201W1 Awards Evening held on the 8th June 2013.



Club news

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    2014 Anzac Day Dawn service

    Members of the Ballajura lions Club members attended the Dawn service at the Ballajura Community College where Lion President Jill Middlemass and 1st VP Sue McDonald laid a wreath on behalf of the club. Least we forget!


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    WA mens Goalball team wins Silver




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    WA mens Goalball team wins Silver




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    WA mens Goalball team wins Silver

    Nikolas Maxwell, who we gave a sponsorship too earlier in the year to go to America as part of the Australian youth team, was part of the WA men''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s Goalball team on the weekend. They did extremely well taking the Silver Medal. Nicolas scored a lot of the goals to get them to the finals.
    Goalball is relatively new to WA formed in 2010. Players wear blindfolds so they are all equal. The aim is to throw a 1.25kg ball across a tactile court to the other team who try to stop a goal been scored in the net behind them. It must be played in silence so the players can hear the bells within the ball whilst it skims across the court.


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    BALLAJURA LIONS ASSIST LOCAL BOY

    Nikolas Maxwell is a 16 year old vision impaired student from Alexander Heights. Nikolas has been selected to represent Australia in the 2013 Australian Boys Goalball team in America. He is the only WA boy to be selected for the 7 player team.
    Goalball is relatively new to WA formed in 2010. Players wear blindfolds so they are all equal. The aim is to throw a 1.25kg ball across a tactile court to the other team who try to stop a goal been scored in the net behind them. It must be played in silence so the players can hear the bells within the ball whilst it skims across the court.
    Goalball WA is a not-for-profit organisation that provides the blind and vision-impaired community access to a sporting program valuing inclusion, participation, skills development and competitive pathways.
    Through Nikolas’s involvement in this sport he has developed into a wonder confident young man in his short time of playing this game.
    Nikolas has represented WA on two previous occasions and he has also been selected to play in the men’s Paralympic Preparation Programme for the upcoming Rio Paralympics.
    Ballajura Lions assisted with a small donation towards Nikolas’s trip to America. Ballajura Lions members wish him well in following his dreams and hope to see him back from America with a medal.
    Ballajura Lions Club meets every 1st and 3rd Monday in each month. The club is actively involved in the community raising funds for those in need.


    More details: http://ballajura.wa.lions.org.au/news


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    Naming of Ballajura Lions Oval

    On Australia Day 2011 City of Swan held the official naming ceremony for the Ballajura Lions Oval.

    Ballajura Lions members were on hand and provided a free Australia Day breakfast for all those who attended.

    The breakfast celebrating Australia Day will now become an annual event at the Ballajura Lions Oval.


  • Ballajura Lions Club celebrates 21 years of Service

    Ballajura Lions Club was formed in 1989 and has this year celebrated 21 years of service to the local community.
    Over those years the Club has conducted 14 Annual Fairs and numerous community events to help make Ballajura a better place to live.
    If you want to be part of an organisation looking at building our local community please contact us.




District news

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    South Perth Lions Big Band

    Ready to party like a rockstar? Come and listen to the magical sound of the South Perth Lions Big Band on Friday 23rd April 2021 - there's nothing quite like a live big band and a floor full of happy dancers! Our singers this month are Joyce Mathers and Owen Measday, under the baton of awesome musical director Phil Hatton.



    You'll find us at the South Perth Community Centre, corner of Sandgate St and South Terrace, South Perth. BYO food, drink & glasses. All profits go to the community services of the South Perth Lions Club.



    Please circulate the attached flyer to your friends and contacts, and encourage them to come along.



    The show runs from 8-10.50pm and the cost is $20. You can pay at the door by cash or card. We have reduced capacity due to Covid requirements, so booking is advised - email me on lionsband.southperth@gmail.com or phone Phil on 0417 916 773.



    We look forward to seeing you for another fabulous show on 23rd April!



    Cheers, Lorna





    Lorna M Robertson

    Lions Band Coordinator

    South Perth Lions Club Inc





    More details: www.southperthlions.org.au


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    The New "We Are The Lions Anthem"

    Click below to hear it and be inspired


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  • Trailer of New Documentary

    View a trailer, below, for the documentary 'Dear Me' - a letter from Andrew Chan to his younger self produced by the Western Australian Lions Drug Education Foundation (WALDEF)

    More details: http://vimeo.com/105944097


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    New LCIF Video Released

    See how your support of LCIF delivers on the needs of people around the globe.

    One of the most important ways that Lions make a difference in their communities and the world is through Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF), the official charitable organisation of Lions Clubs International.

    With funding from LCIF, Lions carry out large-scale humanitarian projects in their community. Every dollar donated to the Foundation goes directly toward a grant, as administrative costs are paid by interest on investments. Lions’ support of the Foundation is critical, as donations from Lions provide the majority of LCIF’s revenue.

    Since LCIF began in 1968, it has awarded more than 10,268 grants totaling more than US$729 million. Together, Lions and LCIF are making a difference for millions of people. “We Serve” better together.

    LCIF grants go toward Lions sight services, disaster relief, health initiatives and more. Support LCIF and make a difference.


    More details: http://youtu.be/fhUMr4HuVT0


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    Join a Lions Club in Western Australia

    Find out why



    More details: http://201w1.lions.org.au/joinnow


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    Lions - We Care, We Give, We Serve, We Need You!

    The Lions Clubs in Western Australia (Districts 201w1 & 201w2) have collaborated to promote Lions by organising an Electronic Billboard in the Perth Underground Train Station as well as on the back of two CAT buses which travel around the CBD in Perth.

    We need You and "your" Two Hands to continue the great work Lions do in the Community, here, and around the world. If you have a few hours to spare each week, please join a Lions Club in your area, you will find it rewarding and sometimes it will bring a 'tear or two to your eyes".

    Pictured is DG Colin Heap of District 201W1 with one of the Cat buses

    Go to our Facebook page, like it, and spread the word!



    More details: https://www.facebook.com/LionsInWesternAustralia


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    More details: http://201w1.lions.org.au/news




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