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Berowra Park gets a replacement sign



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Today, after many years without any identification, Berowra Park reclaimed its identity. This afternoon, a replacement sign was put in place, the first in the region using the new Hornsby Shire signage scheme.

Friday 8th May 2020

ANZAC DAY 2020



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ANZAC Day was very different for everyone this year. Lion John Mann from The Lions Club of Berowra laid a wreath at the cenotaph and paused to remember those who have served and still serve to protect us.

Saturday 25th April 2020

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Thank You Poster project

The Lions Club of Berowra would like to encourage our Community to say a huge Thank You. To help us do that, please download a template of our Thank You poster, colour it in and display it in your front window to say "Thank You" to our emergency services, hospital staff, wonderful essential service providers and your neighbours for all helping us stay safe and well.

And then you can share your poster with the community by uploading a photo of your finished poster into our Gallery Click here for Poster gallery



The Lions Club of Berowra Inc - " We Serve "

Lions have been a part of the Australian community since 1947 (and part of the Berowra community since 1973). Helping to serve the people without promise or want of reward. The silent workers, working for the greater good. Lions are people just like you!

To join a Lions Club is by invitation, but applications are encouraged from all members of the community. Membership is open to men and women over the age of 18 years and of good moral character and reputation. We are a growing club, and welcome community-minded new members.

Although we are based in Berowra, we support and service the communities of Mt. Colah, Mt. Kuring-gai, Cowan, Brooklyn, Mooney Mooney, Cheero Point and the various Hawkesbury River settlements.

The Lions Club of Berowra Inc (ABN: 41 168 989 909) holds a charitable fundraising authority (No. 15595) under section 13A of the Charitable Fundraising Act 1991.

Come along to one of our Dinner Meetings as our guest, hear one of our Guest Speakers and meet the members of your community who are already in The Lions Club of Berowra.

For more information, email or telephone Geoff Turnbull (President) on 0427 229 322

 

Past Presidents of the Lions Club of Berowra

2019 » 2020 — Geoff Turnbull
2018 » 2019 — John Bull
2017 » 2018 — John Bull
2016 » 2017 — Sue Booth
2015 » 2016 — Sue Booth
2014 » 2015 — Brian Engert
2013 » 2014 — Brian Engert
2012 » 2013 — Colin Hunter
2011 » 2012 — Colin Hunter
2010 » 2011 — Colin Hunter
2009 » 2010 — Colin Hunter
2008 » 2009 — Brian Engert
2007 » 2008 — Brian Engert
2006 » 2007 — Brian Engert
2005 » 2006 — Brian Engert
2004 » 2005 — Russell Pinch
2003 » 2004 — Russell Pinch
2002 » 2003 — Derek Catchpole
2001 » 2002 — Derek Catchpole
2000 » 2001 — Colin Ringrose
1999 » 2000 — Mark Hurndell
1998 » 1999 — Derek Hurdman
1997 » 1998 — Robert Loftus
1996 » 1997 — John Bandiera
1995 » 1996 — Bruce Andrews
1994 » 1995 — Murray Hayward
1993 » 1994 — Ernie French
1992 » 1993 — Kevin Okeby
1991 » 1992 — David Kirkpatrick
1990 » 1991 — Bob Cameron
1989 » 1990 — John Clegg
1988 » 1989 — Bruce Andrews
1987 » 1988 — Robert Loftus
1986 » 1987 — Bob Wales
1985 » 1986 — Don Smith
1984 » 1985 — David Kirkpatrick
1983 » 1984 — Jim Bissaker
1982 » 1983 — Derek Hurdman
1981 » 1982 — Vince Collins
1980 » 1981 — Sandy Barnett
1979 » 1980 — Bob Wales
1978 » 1979 — John Little
1977 » 1978 — Don Smith
1976 » 1977 — Ernie French
1975 » 1976 — Ernie French
1974 » 1975 — Graham Wilcox
1973 » 1974 — Maurice Kelly
1973 » 1973 — Bill Bradley

Connecting Our Community Project

The Lions Club of Berowra is offering a facility to bring together people in need of assistance with people who are able to offer help.


To find out more, click here

Events Calendar

All events cancelled for duration
of COVID-19 lockdown

HALL FOR HIRE

Photo of The Berowra District Hall

The Berowra District Hall (opened 1898) is a restored heritage hall available for concerts, parties, meetings, classes, etc.

The hall was restored and subsequently is managed and maintained by the Lions Club of Berowra on behalf of Hornsby Shire Council and the community.

Bookings prohibited for duration of COVID-19 lockdown

Read about the history of this link with Berowra's past.

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LINKS

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Community Home Page

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The Bush Telegraph

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Lions Club International web site

Lions Australia web site

District 201N5 web site

BENEFICIARIES
Total donations to date:
$819,598.56

A list of the organisations to whom we have given funds and support. Click on an organisation's name to visit their web site (if available) for more information on their activities:
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