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Ulladulla Milton Lions President Pam Breaks Ground on the New Lions DenCongratulations to President Pam, Secretary Allan, 1st Vice President Gwen as well as members present and past who have worked to fund and bring this project to fruition.
A remarkable day that has been a long time coming. Lions President Pam turned the sod/ dirt/ clay, on Ulladulla Milton Lions clubs new Den site this morning, Saturday 28 September, 2019. Its spring, time for renewal and new beginnings.
2014 The Lions Den was removed from it's long time location, in preparation for the widening of Burrill Lake Bridge.
Over the intervening 5 years there have been 4 locations offered, considered and rejected for assorted reasons.
It seems 5th time is the charm, in this instance. The location is marvellous. Lions Den will be located immediately west of the Dunn Lewis Youth Centre.
Although the site brought its own complications; with perseverance, persistence and a tiny bit of intervention: Ground has been broken.
Work has begun to make Den reality and that friends is worth celebrating!
Ulladulla Milton Lions Junior Public Speaking ContestAt the Ulladulla Milton Lions Dinner meeting of 18 September we enjoyed the Junior Public Speaking program.
Participants presented from the Ulladulla and districts primary schools with the winning contestants being:
Jamaca-Rose Martin of Ulladulla Primary School representing years 5 & 6
Jaya Pinn of Milton Public School representing years 3 & 4.
Thank you to the schools and staff who encourage participation in these out of school activities, our gratitude to the parents who support their young family members, by chaperoning them to the event and our especial thanks to the school children who work so hard and step out to participate in these 'life skills' developing opportunities.
Peace PosterPrimary school children of the Ulladulla District were invited to participate in the Peace Poster, a Lions International initiative that gives some of our younger community members the oppotunity to consider and discuss what is an inclusive and tolerant society, what will generate harmony and peace in our immediate and world community.
The children generate artwork to reflect their interpretation of the concepts discussed and these were presented to the community at the Ulladulla Milton Lions Club dinner meeting of 4 September.
A panel of suitably qualified judges evaluated the artworks and 3 were selected to be presented at the Lions District Conference and an additional work earned an encouragement award.
Progressing art works were undertaken by:
Anthony Campisi of Milton Public School in the 10 years age group;
Maddi Reid of St Mary Star of the Sea Catholic Parish School, Milton for 11 years;
Maya Hargreaves of Ulladulla Public School for 12 years age group; and
Jasper Tay was recipient of the Encouragement Award.
UM Lions are grateful to;
Our local primary schools and teachers for opening the dialogue with the students;
the students who participate in Peace Poster;
the parent of those students who actively encourage by bringing the children out on a school night to participate with Lions
our panel of judges both of whom, due to commitments in remote places, were not able to stay for the awards presentation.
Welcome to the Lions Board for 2019 - 2020President Pam Watt
Immediate Past President Gerry Taniane
Secretary Allan McDonald
Treasurer Pauline McIlveen
1st Vice President Gwen Rava
2nd Vice President Cheryl Schultz
3rd Vice President Norm Smith
1 year Director Blair Newman
2 Year Director Judy Farr
Tail Twister Pauline McIlveen
Lion Tamer Sue Waterhous, Daniel and Scott Colebrook
Non Board Officers 2019 - 2020
Assistant Treasurer Ann McDonald
Assistant Secretary Norm Smith
Membership Chairperson Brian Thompson
Bulletin Editor Judy Farr
2019 Lions Youth Cultural ExchangeFrom 30 June 2019 Ulladulla Milton Lions Club hosted two young people from Italy.
Alice from Tuscany and Andrea from Sondrio in the northern alpine region.
The young people were hosted by members of the club for three weeks of their northern summer vacation.
Alice and Andrea made presentations at a club dinner meeting to share details of their lives, homes, families, the districts and regions where they live and the Lions who have sponsored their international exchange.
The last week of their visit to Austalia was shared with the other inbound exchange students at Lions Camps.
Alice attended camp at Lake Macquarie while Andrea flew to the Gold Coast.
2017 Music Scholarship WinnerMusic Scholarship Winner 2017, Zeke Cameron with Australia Day Ambassador Graham Ross
More details: http://www.umlionsclub.org.au
Photograph Collection from Changeover 2016Photographs from 26th June 2016 Changeover Lunch. Click the link
More details: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/lb3dg0qing1r0rc/AABSKEbbExVkZtpV-4bml1g1a?dl=0
Awards at Changeover 2016Congratulations to all the received rewards at Changeover 2016.
Ava del Tufo wins again!!!Ava del Tufo has won the Lions District Youth of the Year competition held in Goulburn on the 10th April. She is now off to Raymond Terrace on the 23rd April for the State Finals. Congratulations Ava, all the best for the next Final. The National Final will be held at Echuca at the National Convention
Emerging Lions Leadership Institute (ELLI) - Brisbane 2016Congratulations to Gwen Rava, Pamela Watt and Grant Charsley who were chosen to attend the ELLI, held in Brisbane in April 2016. Hope we have lots of success from the course
Youth of the Year 2016 - District FinalsCongratulations go to Ava del Tufo who has walked off as the Winner of the Youth of the Year, District Finals. Ava will go on to the State Finals. We wish you all the best Ava
Congratulations to the New BoardCongratulations to those elected to sit on the incoming board for 2016-2017.
The following will make up the Board for the 2016-2017 year
President: Allan McDonald
Immediate Past President: Allan McDonald
Secretary: Grant Charsley
Treasurer: Allan Green
1st VP: Pam Watt
2nd VP: John Dolphin
3rd VP: Gwen Rava
1 Year Directors: Margaret Tenkate, John Dolphin
2 Year Directors: Colleen Green, Cheryl Schultz
Membership Chairman: Norman Smith
Tail Twister*: Brian Thompson
Lion Tamer*: Margaret Whitmore
Assistant Secretary: Pam Watt
Assistant Treasurer: Ann McDonald
Bulletin Editor: Grant Charsley
Vice Chairman: Allison Clarke
Member: Colleen Green
* - Optional Board Positions
Finalists of Music Scholarship 2016The top three from the Music Scholarship 2016, Megan White, Brea Holland and Zeke Cameron.
Brea took our first place and $2,000, with Zeke Cameron, in second, taking home $1000, and Megan White, in third, walking away with $500.
Music Scholarship FinalsThe finals of the Milton Ulladulla Times / Ulladulla Milton Lions Club Music Scholarship, held on 20th February 2016 at Ulladulla High School. Congratulations to all entrants, lots of talent, great job
Service Pins IssuedSeveral people were issued with their service pins for years of service ranging from 1 year to 34 years. Congratulations to all
Defribillator DonatedPam Burridge gets much needed defibrillator which will travel everywhere with her in her van.
Youth of the Year 2015 - Club Level WinnerCongratulations to Ava Del Tufo for winning the Club Level Judging of the Youth of the Year Quest for 2015. Ava is pictured here with Lions President Allan McDonald
Lions Youth of the Year 2015 - Club Level JudgingThe Club Level Judging was held at the Dunn Lewis Centre in Ulladulla. Pictured are the Judges (Sylvia Franklin, Kayleen Law & Allan Baptist (right)), Lions President Allan McDonald, runner-up Kody Geraghty, and winner Ava Del Tufo - [In order from left to right, Sylvia Franklin, Allan McDonald, Kayleen Law, Kody Geraghty, Ava Del Tufo, and Allan Baptist]
Lions Youth of the Year - Club Level 2015The Youth of the Year winner from 2014, David Robertson, talks about his trip overseas to LIYSF
Welcome to the new Board for 2015-16Welcome to the new Board for 2015-2016. From left to right: President Allan McDonald, 2 Year Director John Dolphin, Lion Tamer Alison Farnham, Treasurer Allan Green, 2 Year Director Margaret Tenkate, 3rd VP Mark Gillespie, 1 Year Director Gwen Rava, Tail Twister Brian Thompson, 1 Year Director Allison Clarke, 2nd VP Bob Goodwin, Membership Chairman Norman Smith, Secretary Grant Charsley; Absent 1st VP Joy Halstead
Flag TalkBob Goodwin gave us an interesting talk on the flag. The flag shown is from Panama
Talk about something interesting!Alison Farnham shows us something interesting at the first June dinner meeting of 2015. She spoke about her embroidery, which in this piece is made from various gold materials. Well done, great talk
Manildra BannerBrian Thompson hands over the Manildra Banner to the UMLC
All about milk!!Peter Shadwell gave us a wonderful talk on where milk comes from. He covered from the calf to the cow and everything in between. Thanks Peter
Service BadgesCongratulations to all who got service badges at the first June dinner meeting of 2015.
Presented by President Allan McDonald
Ann McDonald was presented with her 16 year badge
Brian Thompson was presented with his 12 year badge
Alison Farnham was presented with her 7 year badge
Anita Galea was presented with her 2 year badge
Dinner Meeting 20th May 2015We had a great, cosy dinner meeting on the 20th May. Run by the 1st VP Grant Charsley, we saw Lion Sue Clark give a short talk on her life, and Lion Margaret Whitmore give a talk on the flag shown in the picture. Do you know where it's from??
New memberThe UMLC wishes to welcome on board Pamela Watts. Hope you enjoy your time with the Lions organisation. [Pictured is the Membership Chairman Brain Thompson, Pamela Watts, her partner Meredith, and Pam's sponsor, club secretary Tracy Gillespie]
Flag TalkThis last dinner meeting we had Allan Green talking about the flag of Zambia and Zambia itself. Zambia is located north of Zimbabwe, which itself is north of South Africa ...
Shellharbour Lions Club new CharterAllan McDonald, Alison Clarke, Gwen Rava and Margaret Tenkate attended the Chartering of the new Lions Club of Shellharbour on Sunday 22 February.
Alison, Gwen and Margaret told us all about it at our dinner meeting on 4/3/2015.
"The Chartering of any new Lions Club is always a cause for celebration but for the Lions Club of Shellharbour it is especially so as we are, in a sense, being ‘reborn’.
The original Shellharbour Lions Club was chartered on 21 April 1961and was very active in the local community until 1987 when it ceased operation. The Club played a leading role in establishing the Mount Warrigal Nursing Home (now Warrigal Care). A number of the Club members were Board Members of the Nursing Home. The original club was also involved in establishing the Blue Haven aged care facility in Kiama.
We are delighted that Norm Rowland, one of the original Shellharbour Lions Club charter members has consented to becoming our Club’s Patron."
Nurses Scholarship$5,000 donated to Karin Mayer to further her education. Congratulations Karin
New pinsNew pins for another year's service. Congratulations
DebatingDebating - "Should school attendance be compulsory?" Ava del Tufo returns with a team or two to debate a serious question
Australia Day new citizensWelcoming our new citizens, David Del Tufo & Lauren Woods are Mayor Joanna Gash and Lions President Allan McDonald
Australia Day Markets, Times Youth Music Scholarship WinnersWe had some amazing talent enter the Times Youth Music Scholarship Competition. Here's the winners of the day. Congratulations to all who entered. Winner: Caitlin Bonser, Second Place: Zeke Cameron, Third Place: Brea Holland
Australia Day Vintage Car DisplayMany vintage cars were on display at the Australia Day Markets, Mollymook. This one caught my eye though, the original mobile home.
Australia Day 2015We had a very successful day at the Australia Day, Mollymook Markets 2015 this year. The weather turned out to be cool without rain. People came out in their masses to see what was on show. The day was organised by Alison Farnham with Woolworths the sponsors. It was a great day for all ...
UMLC holds it Christmas Party dinnerThe last meeting of the year for the UMLC was held on 3/12/2014. Everyone was requested to dress for the season, and a little fun was had too. The next dinner meeting will be held on the 3/2/2015. UMLC wishes their members a Happy Christmas and all the best of health for the new year.
Congratulations to those member who have added another year to their service for the Lions.
Also, congratulations to Breharne Alzoubi for becoming our latest member.
The Bishop comes to townThe Ulladulla Milton Lions Club welcomed the 2nd VICE DISTRICT GOVERNOR: Sharon Bishop & her partner Tim to our Wednesday dinner on 19th November 2014. Lion Secretary Marie-Anne Watson from Jervis Bay also attended the meeting
Junior State Debating Championships 2014Ulladulla Milton Lions is proud to sponsor Ava Del Tufo in her quest for a place in the top 5 debaters in NSW. Ava is off to Sydney to take part in the Junior State Debating Championships from 1st to 3rd December, to be held at the Women’s College at the University of Sydney. We wish you the best of debating Ava
More details: https://www.artsunit.nsw.edu.au/speaking-competitions/debating/junior-state-debating-championships-0
RFS Central Catering gets DonationRoy Cullen of the RFS Central Catering accepts a donation of $1,750 from President Allan McDonald of the Ulladulla Milton Lions Club
CEP ResultsResults of the CEP are in an we will be looking at the suggestions in order to make our club stronger and happier. Remember though, we cannot make all the people happy all the time. It also takes your help to make this work. Well done everybody
Youth of the Year 2014Wednesday 17 September saw the Club finals of the Lions Club Youth of the Year (YOTY) Competition, now in its 50th Year. Finalists were Jacob Williams (Ulladulla High School), David Robertson (Ulladulla High School), Anna-Lee Hodalj (Shoalhaven Anglican School), Danielle Woszatka (Shoalhaven Anglican School) and Charlie Guerit (Shoalhaven Anglican School). Thanks to the judges, Karen Bashford, Simon Law and Sylvia Franklin.
The Youth of the Year Quest aims to select an outstanding young individual to be an ambassador for his/her country and to travel overseas under the auspices of Lions International. This is a prestigious event for young people, which boasts many high profile Australians amongst the ranks of former entrants. These include: Kevin Rudd; Peter Beattie, past premier of Queensland; the ABC’s Sabra Lane and Senator Simon Birmingham.
The presentations given by these students were outstanding, and judging proved to be difficult, with the results being very close. After hearing answers from the contestants to two impromptu questions, as well as a prepared speech the judges came to their decisions.
Congratulations to David Robertson (Ulladulla High School) who was awarded the YOTY Public Speaking Award, as well as Club YOTY Award. He will now go on to represent the region at the district level.
Hope in a Boat passes through Ulladulla21/8/2014 the "Hope in a Boat" crew passed through Ulladulla on their long way home. Hope in a Boat is raising money for Diabetes WA who are hoping for a cure for Diabetes ... Good Luck
More details: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hope-in-a-Boat/599991410084173
Youth Exchange August 2014We were honoured to have two German Youth Exchange students come visit us in Ulladulla. They had a wonderful time here, seeing whales, dolphins, seals and apparently even penguins. Hope to see you back again sometime.
FarewellFarewell to two of our top members, Greg Best who is leaving us for Wollongong, and Matt Adams who is leaving us for the Gold Coast. We wish you both all the best in your new adventures. Stay in touch
Our Latest Outward Bound StudentsCongratulations to our two latest Outward Bound students Darcy Forrester Sach & Ava Del Tufo
Welcome to the new Board MembersThe Ulladulla-Milton Lions Club had held their Changeover Luncheon to welcome the new board members. Not only did we welcome the new Lions Board, but also the new MUDPride board and LEOs Board members. Congratulations to everyone elected to their positions, and good luck for the year ahead.
Outward BoundCongratulations to our Outward Bound Students, it was great listening to your stories
Welcome the new board members for 2014-2015The Ulladulla Milton Lions Club is proud to announce the new board for 2014-2015.
President - Allan McDonald
Immediate Past President - Brian Thompson
Secretary - Tracey Gillespie
Treasurer - Matt Adams
1st VP - Grant Charsley
2nd VP - Allan Green
3rd VP - Mark Gillespie
1 Year Directors - Joy Halstead, Norm Smith
2 Year Directors - Lyn Cockerill, Gwen Rava
Membership Chairman - Brian Thompson
Tail Twister - Brian Thompson
Lion Tamer - Margaret Gerritsen
Assistant Secretary - Michael & Chris Hollott
Assistant Treasurer - Ann McDonald
Bulletin Editor - Trish Karaboikis
Membership Vice Chairman - Allison Clarke
Committee Member - Colleen Green
Congratulations to all the incoming board members, all the best for the year ahead
Volunteers WantedVolunteers are urgently needed to work in the vans and on the merry-go-round. Please contact the club secretary to volunteer your assistance. Remember this is a volunteer organisation, and we need everyone to pull their weight and help out. Thanks
Lap The Map "Walk for Diabetes"This is an Event Nationwide with the Lions Clubs of the Southern Highlands Holding their Lap the Map Day on Sunday the 17th November Registration From 9.00am on the day.
Meet Our Ambassador for the Southern Highlands Event Well Known Local Rosemary Stanton
More details: https://201n2.lions.org.au/news2
2019 District N2 ConventionVenue:
Club Sapphire Merimbula. .
11th - 13th October 2019.
Hosted by the Lions Club of Pambula Merimbula Inc
To Access the Convention Registration & Hospitality Forms, Please click the link below
Attachment: District Convention Registration Form 2019 (1).docx
Lions Youth of the Year Facebook Page.
More details: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Youth-of-the-Year-Australia/692761254182599?fref=ts
Lions District 201N2 Facebook Page
More details: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Lions-District-201n2/219386554776249
Oz-Clubhouse Clean up needs YOU!Thanks for using Oz-Clubhouse but our server is groaning under the weight.
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Beware e-mail scams targetting LionsLions should be aware of common e-mail and social media scams targeting club members. Sadly, some of our members have been targeted with these scams.
For more information follow this link.
More details: http://lionsaustralia.com/2018/01/29/lions-beware-e-mail-and-social-media-scams/
Lions Hearing Dogs on WinTV!Head on over to the Lions Australia Facebook page to check out this nice story on WinTV Canberra about our Hearing Dogs
More details: https://www.facebook.com/lionsaustralia/
Our new TV advertisment launched #morethansausagesIt's here! We are very proud to announce the new Lions Australia television campaign - #MoreThanSausages.
It showcases the breadth of work Lions do in our communities, helping real people through disaster relief and recovery, medical research, youth programs and more. Lions Serve - more than sausages!
Follow the link to see our video and find out more!
More details: https://lionsclubs.org.au/more-than-sausages/
Attention All Lions OZ Clubhouse WebmastersThe "Text Instructions" for webmasters of Lions OZ Clubhouse websites have been updated as at 29th December and can be found by clicking on the attachment below or by clicking on the website link.
Your MD201, OZ Clubhouse Webmaster, Lion Graham, recommends that all club webmasters review the revised instructions.
If you have any queries, Graham can be contacted by email which you will find in the website link below.
More details: https://lionsclubs.org.au/members/oz-clubhouse/