Gordon’s Bay Lions hold open evening

Pictured, from left, are Monique Snyders, Helane Snyders, Bee Lingg, Pieta Mare, district governor Lance Maytham and club president Grant Johathan.

The Gordon’s Bay Lions Club inducted two new members at its monthly meeting in August.

The service club’s newest member is now just 20 years young. Monique Snyders and Pieta Maré were inducted by Lions district governor Lance Maytham, who visited the club with his wife Rosemary.

Mr Maytham and old and new members enjoyed a bustling meeting filled with laughter, applause and fun.

Ms Snyders already got involved in the clubs weekly skills development group in Temperance Town.

Mr Maré is one of the main actors of a centennial community project that goes together with the clubs, and also Lions Clubs Internationals upcoming anniversaries.

The Gordon’s Bay Lions meets on the third Wednesday of the month, at 7pm. For more information, contact them at 081 341 0980, or email info@gordonsbaylions.co.za

 The club is holding an open evening, on Wednesday October 5, at 7pm.

The guest speakers are Joel Greek, pictured right, the winner of the 2015/2016 Lions International essay contest for visually impaired youth; Charne Joanne Thomson, who represented South Africa at the G20 Youth Summit in China, and Dalene Jantjies, Temperance Town school hockey representative.

Refreshments will be served. RSVP to Paula Lang by emailing langp@telkomsa.net