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The Lions Club
Meetings: Ballhausen Room. 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month
at 7pm for fellowship, followed by a dinner meeting at 7.30pm.


'Helping Lions will help so many others in so many different ways!'
What We Do

Lions believe in the power of ordinary Australians to
create strong, caring and compassionate communities,
by working together. Lions help those with disability, back
up emergency services, and are 100% committed to solving community problems.

Lions activities in Narromine include clearing sales, Meals
on Wheels, the Narromine Rugby Union Gates, Race Gates, Clean up Australia and maintenance of the roadside stop on the Mitchell Highway. Other activities include Mothers' Day Raffles, Local, State and National Elections as well as Christmas Raffles and the Venetian Carnival in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Narromine.

Monies raised throughout the year are donated to local organisations and charities including the Narromine Hospital, Timbrebongie House, Cancer Support Group, all local schools, sporting groups and emergency disaster appeals.

We also assist in funding teenagers to go to Camp Licola and Camp Koala which is 254 km's east
of Melbourne. Camp Licola and Camp Koala are owned and operated by The Lions International Foundation and provides lots of great activities for disadvantaged and/or troubled teenagers.


Narromine Lions Club

'Help us to help the community'
Assisting The Local Lions: For more information on participating and any/all enquiries
toward making a Tax Deductible Donation The Narromine Lions Club.

Please contact:
Narromine Lions President: Vivienne Halbisch (02) 6889 2820
Membership Enquiries: Peter Haseler: 0427404297:
General Enquiries: Keith Elrington on (02) 6889 4594

Narromine Lions Clubs
is a fun and social group. Through the Lions Club we
build lifelong friendships through socialising, membership and participation.
Lions Club Membership is available for men and women, young and old.

Lions Australia Foundation has a proud history of achievement in Disaster and Emergency Relief, Medical Research for people with disabilities and leadership development through community projects and activities. We were at the coalface for Cyclone Tracy, the Black Saturday bushfires and the Queensland floods.

We were involved with the development of the bionic ear and the cervical cancer vaccine Gardisil. 
We also inspired a young Fred Hollows and continue to provide funding for a range of other 
research initiatives involving diabetes and autism.