Kingaroy State High School captain Abbie Moseling will be representing Kingaroy in the Zone Final of the Lions Youth Of The Year contest.
The former Nanango Leos Club – junior members of Lions International – may be no more, but their legacy will live on.
Kingaroy Lions Club’s two major annual fundraising ventures – the Kingaroy Trail Ride and Burrandowan Races – were derailed by COVID-19 but that hasn’t stopped the club from helping out in the local community.
A special presentation was made to a special member at the Nanango Lions Club’s “Den” in George Street on Monday night.
The Kingaroy Lions Club shared more than $41,000 with local community groups, Lions projects, the Royal Flying Doctor Service and LifeFlight Foundation during the past year.
Wondai will soon have a CCTV security camera system thanks to a $217,600 grant by the Federal Government
Wondai Lions Club’s Christmas raffle has raised more than $800 for the LifeFlight Foundation.
Wooroolin Lions president Dave Goddard travelled to Toowoomba recently to present the LifeFlight Foundation with a cheque for $4000.
Wondai could soon be the third town in the South Burnett region to get a CCTV security camera system to deter crime.
Wondai dog lovers will soon have a special place to exercise their pooches, thanks to the local Lions Club and the South Burnett Regional Council.
The South Burnett Rail Trail will soon have two new attractions at Wooroolin thanks to the efforts of the Wooroolin Lions Club.
The Centre For Supervised Distance Education in Kingaroy is one step closer to improving facilities for students and carers after a generous donation from the Kingaroy Lions Club on Friday.
The Kingaroy Lions Club’s efforts over the past year raised almost $46,000 the club could give away to good causes.
An amazing 888 riders registered to take part in the Kingaroy Lions Club annual trail ride at the weekend, the biggest event the club has ever hosted.
Year 12 student Harrison Lucas, from St Mary’s Catholic College, will represent the Kingaroy Lions Club at the regional finals of the Lions Youth of the Year competition.
Kingaroy resident Sarah Potter was was presented with the Kurt Hubbers Award at the recent Kingaroy Lions Club changeover dinner held at the Commercial Hotel.
Kingaroy Lions Club’s major fundraiser of the year roared into action at the weekend with almost 600 trail bike riders testing their skills on a new course just outside Kingaroy.
South Burnett Rail Trail users in the Wondai area will now be able to take a quick, refreshing break at the end of their runs, thanks to the generosity of the Wondai Lions Club.
Wondai Lions Club hosted an afternoon tea on Tuesday to thank their many supporters and volunteers.
A tent city sprang up in a paddock just west of Kingaroy last weekend to house the hundreds – and hundreds – of trail bike riders who came to town for the annual Lions Charity Trail Bike Ride.