Lions District 201C1 South Australia

Australia, Papua New Guinea & Norfolk Island

Premiers Award 2015

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR TWO MD201 C1 LIONS CLUBS FOR BEING AWARDED 2015 PREMIER'S AWARDS

Recently, Pat Williams, Ron & Sue Wurst and Ken and Yvonne Bradford attended the Premier’s Awards Presentation Luncheon, representing the Clare District Lions Club. This luncheon is an annual event organized by The Association of Community Service Organisations Inc. or ACSO (because we need an acronym) and it celebrates volunteer service groups working together and or separately for our community. There is a long list of awards, from Health, Youth, Social Inclusion, Education, Team awards, Environmental awards, and school awards.

One of the awards they collected was a Team Award on behalf of Burnside Lions Club for their Digital Image Resource Packages Benefitting Residents in Aged Care. Burnside Lions Club was equal runner-up in the category and received a prize of $200.

The other exciting news is that Clare District Lions Club Green Team also won the Natural Environment award for the Gleeson Wetlands which has a prize of $800, and also, the Premier’s Award (the overall prize) which has a prize of $2000.

A large proportion of this money will go into the Gleeson Wetlands to further enhance the experience for those who visit. Recently, Pat Williams, Ron & Sue Wurst and Ken and Yvonne Bradford attended the Premier’s Awards Presentation Luncheon, representing the Clare District Lions Club. This luncheon is an annual event organized by The Association of Community Service Organisations Inc. or ACSO (because we need an acronym) and it celebrates volunteer service groups working together and or separately for our community. There is a long list of awards, from Health, Youth, Social Inclusion, Education, Team awards, Environmental awards, and school awards.

One of the awards they collected was a Team Award on behalf of Burnside Lions Club for their Digital Image Resource Packages Benefitting Residents in Aged Care. Burnside Lions Club was equal runner-up in the category and received a prize of $200.

The other exciting news is that Clare District Lions Club Green Team also won the Natural Environment award for the Gleeson Wetlands which has a prize of $800, and also, the Premier’s Award (the overall prize) which has a prize of $2000.

A large proportion of this money will go into the Gleeson Wetlands to further enhance the experience for those who visit. Recently, Pat Williams, Ron & Sue Wurst and Ken and Yvonne Bradford attended the Premier’s Awards Presentation Luncheon, representing the Clare District Lions Club. This luncheon is an annual event organized by The Association of Community Service Organisations Inc. or ACSO (because we need an acronym) and it celebrates volunteer service groups working together and or separately for our community. There is a long list of awards, from Health, Youth, Social Inclusion, Education, Team awards, Environmental awards, and school awards.

One of the awards they collected was a Team Award on behalf of Burnside Lions Club for their Digital Image Resource Packages Benefitting Residents in Aged Care. Burnside Lions Club was equal runner-up in the category and received a prize of $200.

The other exciting news is that Clare District Lions Club Green Team also won the Natural Environment award for the Gleeson Wetlands which has a prize of $800, and also, the Premier’s Award (the overall prize) which has a prize of $2000.

A large proportion of this money will go into the Gleeson Wetlands to further enhance the experience for those who visit.