Exchange assistance recognised | North West Grampians Lions

Youth exchange coordinator for District V2 201 Bill Cowe recognised the efforts of North West Grampians Lions members at a recent branch meeting.

WIN: Zone Lions chairman Di Connelly presents Julie-Anne McPherson (right) with first prize in the District 201 V2 convention's photography competition.

WIN: Zone Lions chairman Di Connelly presents Julie-Anne McPherson (right) with first prize in the District 201 V2 convention's photography competition.

Bill presented certificates of appreciation to those that assisted with the recent hosting of two Brazilian exchange students. 

THANKS: Youth exchange coordinator Bill Cowe presents Lions Judith Bysouth, Beth McGennisen, Julie-Anne McPherson and president Keith Fischer with a certificate.

THANKS: Youth exchange coordinator Bill Cowe presents Lions Judith Bysouth, Beth McGennisen, Julie-Anne McPherson and president Keith Fischer with a certificate.

Bill also spoke about Lions youth exchange for students 16 to 21 years and its benefits. He also stressed the need for more student hosts. Bill noted that even though a Lions Club may host a student, individual hosts do not necessarily have to be Lions members.

President Keith Fischer said interested students should apply by June 2018. For more information, contact Keith on 0417 691 000.

NEW: Julie- Anne McPherson and president Keith Fischer are pictured with the recently acquired centenary Lions sign to be erected at the Laharum Hall.
The new centenary Lions sign will be erected at the Laharum Hall which is the meeting place of the North West Lions Branch.

NEW: Julie- Anne McPherson and president Keith Fischer are pictured with the recently acquired centenary Lions sign to be erected at the Laharum Hall. The new centenary Lions sign will be erected at the Laharum Hall which is the meeting place of the North West Lions Branch.