Dromana Lions Club

District 201V3. Victoria, Australia

About the Dromana Lions Club

The Lions Club of Dromana was formed on 21st August 1967 and is based on the picturesque Mornignton Peninsula just 66 km south of Melbourne.

 We generate funds for the provision of services to the local and international community by volunteering our help in the following projects:

The operation of the Lions Opportunity Shops at 25 Pier Street, Dromana and at Shop 1, 1401 Point Nepean Road Rosebud, (adjacent to the Rosebud Shopping Hub)

 The promotion and running of major fundraising events

 The provision of labour and services for community events put on by the Mornington Peninsula Shire and other charitable and service organisations

Although our main fundraising is through administering our two Opportunity Shops, staffed by an amazing group of volunteers, it is not all work and no play. We have Guest Speakers on a quarterly basis, family BBQ's, "Coffee and Cake" mornings, the occasional meal out at local restuarants and visits to other Lions Clubs, amongst other social activities.

How can you help?

Would you like to join us in making our communities and the world better places to live?

Lions club members are men and women who strive to make a difference in their local community as well as addressing unmet health and education needs worldwide. 

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Latest news and upcoming events

Recent Club News

7th July. Club Change Over: Our new board was sworn in by 1st Vice District Governor, Neil Wingrave. Board members for 2018/2019 being President Colin Stevens, Secretary Graeme Wilson, Treasurer Ron Elleray and Membership Chair Chris Secoulidis.

7th August. Dromana Opportunity Shop Volunteers: The volunteers from our Dromana Opportunity Shop enjoyed a Coffee and Cake morning tea at the Peninsula Club in Dromana.

21st August. Rosebud Opportunity Shop Volunteers: The volunteers from our Rosebud Opportunity Shop also enjoyed a Coffee and Cake morning tea at the Peninsula Club on Dromana.

3rd September, Annual General Meeting: The club is still in a strong financial position even though our total income for 2017/2018 was slightly down on previous years.

20th September. Junior Public Speaking: Due to no other clubs in our zone having a Junior Public Speaking contestant, a Zone Final was not required. To give our contestant an opportunity to speak before an audience, again, we were offered a "Guest Speaker" position at the Zone 11 Final at Pearcedale. This offer was greatly appreciated by our contestant, her parents and our Club members.

2nd October. Visit to Lions Club of Rye: Eight of our club members enjoyed our visit to the Lions Club of Rye's meeting at the Rye Hotel. A most enjoyable evening complete with Guest Speaker from the Schools Reading Dogs Program.

7th October. District Final, Junior Public Speaking: Our contestant travelled to Trafalgar with her family members and was supported by two Lions Club members at this event. She spoke extremely well but the competition at this level is intense and she did not place. Our contestant and her family appreciated the opportunity to be involved in this program and we were all very proud of her achievements.

11th, 18th, 25th October, 1st November. Zone Primary Schools Quiz: Our Zone Primary Schools Quiz was conducted in three heats from the 11th to 25th October and a final on the 1st November. Eleven Primary Schools competed and the outright winner was Tootgarook Primary School.

19th November. Guest Speaker:  Stuart Duff spoke on the visit to Melbourne of the CSS Shenandoah, a Confederate warship needing repairs. This interesting presentation was enjoyed by club members from both the Dromana and Rye clubs.








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