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This 240 ticket event earns the Lions Share of the funds we use to help many non-profits through-out the course of the year. We were able to donate $20,000 to the Blind Centers on Pittsburg and Oakland in 2014 largely from proceeds from this event. It is a raucous fundraiser where the Leos provide service as waiting staff and wonderful prizes are accumulated from the community.
The faire served includes:
Crab, pasta, salad
No Host Bar
Crab, fantastic auction items, fun for the family and all for a great cause!!
Seniors from all three Lamorinda High Schools are invited to write a speech no shorter than 5 minutes and no longer than 10 minutes. There are a host of rules that go along with the props can be used. This year's topic is: Integrity and Civility Play What Role in Today's Society?
Lion Fred George at (925) 284-1763 is once again encouraging another 3 to 5 speakers to enter the contest. Fred has a booklet with the rules to share with the teacher coaching any contestant. Win or Lose, every participant will receive $25 and a Certificate acknowledging their participation!
The 2013 winner, Caie Kelley came from Miramonte High School and was ably coached by Speech Teacher, Kristen Plant. Kelley went on to win the District Competition and was one of 4 student who competed at the State level. Caie was awarded $11,000 in college scholarships as a result of her 2 wins.
The 2014 International Peace Poster winner is Tongbram Mahesh Singh from India. The Moraga Lions reviewed 280 poster submissions from 3 middle Schools: Joaquin Moraga, Orinda Intermediate and Stanley Middle Schools and selected 3 Posters from each school as winners. Orinda Intermediate Teacher, Susam Weiss has had student's posters win 3 years in row and go onto the District competitions.
2015-16 Entries from Lamorinda Middle Schools were just judged and the 3 winning posters will be dent to District by the November 15th deadline. You can view some of the best entires in each of the town libaries starting after the 15th. Bob Murtaugh and retired teacher wife, Cecilia are busy presenting awards at the schools this week and next.
DE LUNA RANCH 7540 Balfour Rd. Brentwoood, CA 94513
Sponsored by the Lions, Lionesses and Leos Clubs, this event is designed for children and adults with emotional, developmental and physical disabilities, residing within Alameda and Contra Costa counties, their parents, siblings and caregivers. Activites include: Petting Zoo, Games, Motorcycle rides with pictures, Face Painting, Jump House, Hayrides, lunch, Gift Bags, Music, Entertainment, Snow Cones, Cotton Candy, Ice Cream, Crafts and much more.
Admission By Reservation & Admission Voucher Only
Reservation By April 20th required
(May close earlier due to limited capacity)
All volunteers: Lions, Lionesses and Leo groups as well as living history groups, performers, motorcycle groups please submit your SIGN-UP FORM two weeks prior to the event to reserve your booth and/or activity space, number of tables, chairs, electricity etc. required to sign a waiver and release of liability form upon admission to the premises.
For Further information : firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you ever considered hosting youths from around the world? They come for 2 weeks to experiencew life in our neighborhood. The Youth Exchange takes them on outings to ball games, national parks, Santa Cruz, San Francisco, swim parties, etc. to enrich their stay in our district. If you are interested please call Lion Joes Costa at: (510) 787-2663.
Moraga Lions Club
1st and 3rd Tuesday
of the Month at 7 PM
The Hacienda de las flroes
2100 Donald Dr.
Our meetings are catered by the owners of the former,Terzetto Cuisine
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