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20 ISSUE 17 | SEPTEMBER 2011


Lions markets a roaring success T

he ever popular Lions Club of Richmond Markets are continuing to grow at

the Hawkesbury (Clarendon) Showground, following a disruptive period while Richmond Park was under reconstruction. Te

advantages for both Stall Holders and shoppers are proving to be many. On-site parking is probably the greatest advantage with the extra space available. Tis also allows us to invite other like minded organisations to promote their ideals and assistance to the community. As we continue to grow, so does our

ability to help ’those less fortunate than ourselves’. We were recently able to assist the

Precious Hearts Foundation in their endeavours to make life a little more bearable for kids in hospital with Congenital Heart Disease. Earlier in the year, with help from

Deaf Kids Camp, Post

Polio Research. Children’s

Cancer Research Foundation, Bear

Cottage at Westmead, the Salvation Army,

the Hawkesbury City Library Talking Books programme and

a myriad of other great causes that require community support. Assistance was also provided to

young Jaycee McLaughlin to travel and compete overseas and come back with a swag of medals. Tese are just some of the things we

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our Australian Lions Foundation, we provided a disability access vehicle for a local family. Tis enabled them to transport their son out and about in his wheelchair and transport him on his many trips backwards and forwards to hospital. We are also

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