Lion Brian O'Keeffe, Galway Lions Club, was presented with our International President's Certificate of Appreciation in recognition of his work in promotion of our Young Ambassador of the Year project. District Governor Frank O'Donoghue made the presentation at yesterday's Cabinet meeting
Lion Michael Clince, Swords Lions Club, was presented with our International President's Certificate of Appreciation in recognition of his work in promotion of our Message in Bottle project. District Governor Frank O'Donoghue made the presentation at yesterday's Cabinet meeting.
Gudrun Yngvadottir, International President of Lions Clubs International, accompanied by her husband Dr. Jon Bjarni Thorsteinsson, signing the Book of Condolence for Lyra McKee in the offices of Newry Mourne and Down District Council during her visit to the Lion of Northern Ireland.
Our International President Gudrun Yngvadottir along with District Governor Frank O'Donoghue had a meeting with An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar in Government Buildings on Monday. During the meeting the Taoiseach expressed his admiration for the work that our Lions Clubs do both in their local communities but also internationally. He offered his continued support to our association.
The International President of Lions Clubs International, Gudrun Yngvadottir is visiting Ireland this week. On Monday last, she, along with a number of Lions, including our District Governor, Frank O’Donoghue, had a meeting with the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Cllr. Ring.
The International President of Lions Clubs International, Gudrun Yngvadottir is visiting Ireland next week.
She will be received by An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar at Government Buildings at 5pm on Monday 29th. April and by the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Cllr. Michael Ring at the Mansion House at 3.30pm.
Two years ago Swords Lions Club visited St Micheal's house in the Seatown unit of Swords. They saw at first hand what tremendous work twas being done there what a benefit it is to the community.
Swords Lions asked them what they could do to help and specifically asked for their wish list.
Disaster has once again struck the coastal region of western Indonesia. A tsunami, triggered by a volcanic eruption, struck the area at approximately 9:30pm local time Saturday, December 22, killing over 350 people, wiping out hundreds of homes and businesses, and leaving many people homeless.
The seventh edition of the Tullamore Annual was launched at the end of November. A Lions Club project, the annual has so far raised close on €150,000, making it the club’s biggest fundraiser.
Members of the club undertake all the work involved, except for the design and printing of the annual, which is done locally. It is a full-colour, high quality print publication of 180 pages.
St. Audeon’s National School, Dublin was the venue for the presentation by Lion Hilary Moylan of Dublin Lions Club of 60 tablets and speakers to three schools to support the reading skills of pupils in primary schools. St Audeon’s have pioneered the use of the Accelerated Reading Programme