Lions Club of Barossa Valley (Inc)

SA, Australia, District 201C1 Region 3 Zone 6 Club No. 22646

Projects

We serve our local community as well as national and international support programs.

There are many interesting projects and activities which enable the club to raise funds and engage with and support the local community. 

New Projects

Gavels and 40 Year Calendars

The Barossa Valley Tinkers Shed
Proudly offers these beautifully handcrafted items – perfect for your club’s Awards and Keepsakes,

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Attachment: Brochure for Gavels Calendars Mar2017.pdf                   
 

On-going Projects

Lions Tinker shed.  

The Tinker shed is co located at the Barossa Village Maintenance depot on Research Road Nuriootpa. The prime purpose of the Tinker shed is to provide a venue  where interested people  can spend time doing projects that they regard as a hobby or pastime.

Many retirees, when they relocate, do not have space for a work shed. The Tinker shed provides that facility and enables mixing with other people with similar interests.

 The shed is open every Tuesday, 9am to 4pm, to the general public.

 It is also open Wednesday mornings, to provide occupational therapy to residents of the Barossa Village, Tanunda Lutheran Home and people on Home Care Packages.  for more nformation click here  /files/barossa.sa/The Tinkers Shed - Weblink.pdf

For more information please contact Moss Munchenberg,   (08)85622274 

Bunnings BBQs.

The club regularly is rostered at Bunnings Parafield for fundraising BBQs. This is been a good fundraiser for the club and members are rostered to work at the BBQs. Bunnings provide the facilities and ensure that the project is conducted in a safe manner. Food handling techniques are paramount.

Football gates.

The football gates at Tanunda and Nuriootpa are  each manned on approximately 8 occassions every football season. Funds raised from the gates and from selling the footy bulletin are good fundraisers for the club. Club members are rostered on a voluntary basis.

Melbourne cup Luncheon.

Each Melbourne Cup day, the club hosts a Melbourne Cup Luncheon with tickets sold to the general public. The day ibcludes the following events:

Lions Recycle for Sight

‚ÄčThe club activlely supports Lions Recycle for Sight, forwarding used spectacles to The Lions Eyeglass Recycling Centre in Brisbane. Australia Post provide assistance with postage via Reply Paid mailing.

The club is well supported by Specsavers in Nuriootpa and A & R Grace Optometrists in Tanunda, as well as Lions members and the general public. For more information contact Scotty Milne, (08) 85623331)

Over 1000 pairs of spectacles have been forwarded by Lions Club of Barossa Valley, in 2016.