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Lions call to arms

14 Dec 2014

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The director of the newly-launched Lions Club of Southbank, Graeme Lukey, has called on the community to get behind the initiative.

The group set up a stall at the Southbank Farmers Market on Saturday, December 6, as it began its push to recruit more members from the local community.

“The Lions Club is still in formation,” Mr Lukey said. “We’ve been meeting now for maybe about 10 months and gradually establishing interest but we are still looking for members to get our formation.”

The Lions Club movement is an international humanitarian organisation, which was established with the purpose to serve the local community.

Mr Lukey said the group was already formulating ideas on how to help the Southbank community grow.

“One thing that we’re considering at the moment is, in fact, English training for those who are obviously migrants to the area, which we believe there is a lot and who need some help and assistance in establishing their communication skills,” he said.

To make a membership enquiry contact Graeme: gramelukey@bigpond.com

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