In conjunction with TESCO. Our Lions Club organised an Easter Painting competition for children under 11 Years of age.
It was a "very last moment" sort of thing, so we were amazed when we got over 70 entries.
The judging took place in the TESCO store by the Manager, Paul Best.
Each winner received Easter eggs provided by the Store.
Due to current Covid restrictions it was not
practical to photograph the winning individuals.
So congratulations to all the winners:
Jamie, Jessie, Jay, Otto, Joey, Blake, Sophie
and a BIG thank you to all children that participated at such short notice.
Hope you all remembered to clean your teeth after all the chocolate.
Below .Three of the winners at school in their sensory garden. another project we helped with in the past. LP Mick brushed up well!
Here a selection of bird boxes to be erected soon along the Trans Pennine trail . No one knows
what colour birds prefer so it will be fascinating to walk down the trail and
see what they think of the fabulous designs. 6 are ready to be installed with a further 6 to follow shortly.
Were going to install one that has no paint at all to see if they prefer boring ones.
A set of 5 books ;- The Wild Tribe Heroes, a collection of gentle and engaging true stories about animals that find themselves in trouble when their lives are affected by plastic in the oceans, palm oil deforestation or climate change. A means to educate the young on protecting our enviroment.
These will be distributed by
PP Lion Jenny has wrapped a selection of sweet treats for the United reform Churches "Living well " Group. Santa will be unable to deliver them this year at the usual living Well Christmas Lunch. (Santa and Rudolf are isolating; to make sure they can get around to all the boys and girls at christmas!). Santa has asked Margret Knapton from the URC to help out and deliver these presents this year. Santa hopes to be back to normal opertations next year. Stay well Stay safe and follow NHS guidlines.
Thank You to Amanda White Our Local BBC Radio-Humberside Celebrity DJ for re-opening the Shop after our closure due to COVID-19. Our sales area has been increased, everything is easier to browse in our bright and more open shop.
Jean McKee and friends from the "Love of Scrubs" sent out another 400 units of scrubs to the local NHS on 21st May . They have been using the facilities of Hornsea "Men in Sheds" to make, face covings, Scrubs, and scrubs bags. Hornsea District Lions Club have been able to provide some of their funding. The Nurse from Hornsea Surgery is sporting one of l.o.s. scrubs made earlier. Keep up the good work everyone.
They even coaxed me into carrying the boxes out to the trailer .Ed.
These scrubs bags made by and donated by Jean McKee and Friends to the NHS. During this COVID-19 Pandemic.
With the Linen supplied and donated from Hornsea Lions charity shop.
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Our Tree in St. Nickolas Church
Hornsea Lions have been proud sponsors of the JASS club for two years now. For more details go to http://www.hornseaprimaryschool.net/jass-club
Here the Children came to give us a small presentation as a Thank You to Lions for our donation of £1000-00 towards the Outside activities at Dalby Forest.
They will also be outside our shop on Saturday 6th July raising funds for us (ed; thanks Children) and the World Wildlife Fund.
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Kirstie is a 16 year old Explorer scout in Hornsea.
She was lucky enough to be selected as one of 36 scouts selected from over 130 in the county to attend the24th World Scout jamboree which takes place in West Virginia USA. Starting on the 18th July 2019
Over 4000 scouts will represent the UK., with a total of 4500 scouts from 165 countries.
The Jamboree aims to promote peace, mutual understanding and respect.
Each individual has had to raise £3845 which not only covers all the individuals travel and accommodation /activity costs but assist those from less developed countries to pay less.
Since early 2018 she has been busy raising the funds. This has included, Bag Packing at TESCO in Withernsea and Hornsea, running Bingo evenings, Tombolas and raffle
She has also organised a Music night with raffle prizes being donated by friends and family.
Even after this fantastic effort, she was still £685 short of her total required.
Having approached the Lions, we had no hesitation in giving her the amount she required.
The photograph shows LP Mel and lion Frank Taylor making the official presentation outside the Scout Hut in Hornsea Burton Road
Kirstie said that she was really grateful for the donation and would give a presentation about the Jamboree to the Club after her return to Hornsea
Keith Twigg Receives this years Ken Bell Trophy and Award at our Charter Dinner.
The Melvin Jones Fellowship award is the Lions Clubs International highest award.
Given to members in our Club whose service has gone above and beyond. He Receives here from our Lions District Governor Clive Barwell
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