Otumoetai Lions Club

Community Organisation

Otumoetai Lions Club
9 Willow Street
Tauranga 3110
92 days ago

Come See Us Today at 3:30!

Annika Corley from Otumoetai Lions Club

Looking forward to seeing you TODAY at 3:30 at the Matua Bowling Club to answer all your questions about the Lions! ๐Ÿ˜€

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95 days ago

Keen to help your community?

Annika Corley from Otumoetai Lions Club

Are you looking for an easy way to help your community? Want to try new things and meet like minded people? Consider joining the Lions! Want to know more about the Lions and the work we do? Come to our information meeting THIS Sunday 18 July at 3:30pm! We look forward to seeing you there! Please … View moreAre you looking for an easy way to help your community? Want to try new things and meet like minded people? Consider joining the Lions! Want to know more about the Lions and the work we do? Come to our information meeting THIS Sunday 18 July at 3:30pm! We look forward to seeing you there! Please share with anyone you think might be keen.

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108 days ago

Looking for an easy way to help your community?

Annika Corley from Otumoetai Lions Club

As I was walking through the neighbourhood today and saw the number of glass bins that weren't collected because lids had been left on bottles/jars, I thought it timely to remind everyone that your local Lions Club collects the screw tops to wine bottles and the tabs off the beer/fizzy drink … View moreAs I was walking through the neighbourhood today and saw the number of glass bins that weren't collected because lids had been left on bottles/jars, I thought it timely to remind everyone that your local Lions Club collects the screw tops to wine bottles and the tabs off the beer/fizzy drink cans. All the money from recycling them goes to Kidney Kids. We're happy to collect, or you can drop off!

The next time you have a fizzy drink or a beer in a can, after you've finished, break off the tab and save it. The next time you open a screw top bottle of wine and finish it, save the screw top. It's a quick, easy thing to do that really helps the community! (Note, we do not collect the ring pull lids such as what you find on a bottle of Bundaberg, just the old fashioned tabs as shown in the photo here).

To donate, please contact Michael on 027 497 8818 to arrange either a drop off or collection.

Please get in touch and easily help your community (and help get your glass bins collected). ๐Ÿ˜€

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112 days ago

Want to help your community?

Annika Corley from Otumoetai Lions Club

Are you looking for an easy way to help your community? Want to try new things and meet like minded people? Consider joining the Lions! Want to know more about the Lions and the work we do? Come to our information meeting on Sunday 18 July! We look forward to seeing you there! Please share with … View moreAre you looking for an easy way to help your community? Want to try new things and meet like minded people? Consider joining the Lions! Want to know more about the Lions and the work we do? Come to our information meeting on Sunday 18 July! We look forward to seeing you there! Please share with anyone you think might be keen.

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722 days ago

Lions Christmas Cakes

Margaret Gill from Otumoetai Lions Club

We are selling Lions Christmas cakes again this year. These are PROPER fruit cake and keep for many months unopened. Once opened most people find they disappear very quickly because they are so yummy ๐Ÿ˜ $20 each or 2 for $35. Message me to place your order.

Negotiable

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