PEREGIAN Lions Club, Sunshine Coast

District 201Q4, Queensland, Australia


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Club news

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    Sausage Sizzles

    Our Club loves a Sizzle, we love the camaraderie and interaction with our customers. We have regular BBQs at the Peregian Beach Markets - come join us for brekkie on the 5th Sunday in each month. In addition to our regular Bunnings slots, you can see us around the community cooking up a storm!


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    The Lions Youth of the Year Quest is a project of the Lions Club of Australia and it is designed to encourage student interest in leadership and the qualities required to take an active and constructive role in the community.

    Our Club is proud to be involved in this program and each year we host Club finals with the winner going onto Zone, District, State and then National finals.


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    Christmas Carols 2015

    Our happy band of helpers Christmas 2015, preparing for a big evening of fun and splendour!

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    Club members decided some time ago to adopt the David Low Way from the roundabout at Coolum State High School through to the roundabout at Peregian Beach Hotel as a clean up project on behalf of the Keep Australia Beautiful committee. Several members have been actively involved in this project and their efforts have now been recognised with the Keep Australia Beautiful committee commissioning a sign that has been erected at both ends of this stretch of main road. The latest clean up in May 2014 yielded over 100 kilos of rubbish.
    Another wonderful environmental initiative of the Lions Club of Peregian.

District news

  • Coolum Convention Details Updated

    Registration Form and program details for the Q4 Coolum Convention in October are now available. Check out the details of the event and the Golf Day being held in conjunction with the Convention.

  • Lions Children of Courage Programme

    Q4 has taken on a new project - the Lions Children of Courage Awards recognise children between the age of 5 and 15 who have successfully overcome barriers in their life. These awards can be made throughout the year; for more information check out the attached brochure, or contact I.P.D.G. Jan Barsby.

    Attachment: Lions Children of Courage Awards Brochure.pdf

  • Diabetes Queensland is keen to make contact with your club

    Diabetes Queensland is keen to make contact with your club and to learn how we can help with this challenging new endeavor. For your convenience, we have created a single email point of contact: . To meet your needs and help co-ordinate the flow of information, we ask that you appoint a liaison officer, with whom we can exchange ideas and coordinate planning and activity.

    Attachment: Diabetes Quensland letter.pdf

  • Benefits of Volunteering

    Volunteering can be very meaningful and enjoyable, and in turn be good for your mental health and wellbeing.

    Volunteering can:
    give you a sense of achievement and purpose
    help you feel part of a community
    help you feel better about yourself by improving your self-esteem and confidence
    help you share your skills, learn new skills and create a better work-life balance
    help combat stress, loneliness and social isolation, and depression
    help you meet new people, which can help you feel more connected and valued.


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  • The Australian Motorhoming Lions Club (AMLC) are offering to provide assistance to clubs.

    Australian Motorhoming Lions Club (AMLC) are keen to provide assistance to local Lions Clubs.

    Any Lions Club is welcome to lodge a request for assistance with
    fundraising activities which might otherwise be onerous or infeasible without the input of AMLC volunteers.

    The email address for lodging requests is and in return a Volunteer Request form will made available for completion and submission to AMLC.


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