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Lions District 201C1 South Australia

Australia, Papua New Guinea & Norfolk Island

District 201C1 Badge

The District badge was designed by Lion Yvonne Bradford (Lions Club of Clare District Inc) when she was Cabinet Secretary for District Governor of the day, Rosemary Wenham (2014/2015). It was realised that our district did not have a district pin, as was the case with other districts. The basic design uses the Sturt Desert Pea because it is the South Australian floral emblem and grows in our district. The Lions Logo and the district banner were incorporated in the final design. The background was pink as it is a colour favoured by PDG Rosemary. The background this year (2016/2017) is green, recognising District Governor Paddy McKay’s Irish heritage.

 

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Membership is open to men and women over the age of 18 years and of good moral character and reputation.

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