WOOLGOOLGA Lions Club
Ordinary people doing extraordinary things - supporting people and groups with a real need, community support, fundraising for worthwhile causes.
WOOLGOOLGA TRANSFER STATION
THIS FACILITY WILL BE REOPENING ON SATURDAY 27TH JUNE
TO MAINTAIN COVID-19-SAFE OPERATION,
CHANGED ACCESS AND OPERATION RESTRICTIONS ARE CURRENTLY IN PLACE.
There may be delays to your entry and use of this facility.
Please follow directions of traffic control at all imes
Whilst waiting, please take the time to uncover your load (if safe to do so).
Cash is currently NOT accepted. Payment methods available include Eftpos (Paywave preferred) or Greenwaste voucher.
You are responsible for unloading your own waste.
Contractors are unable to assist.
Maintain social distancing of at least 1.5 metres at all times
No Brooms, Shovels or other equipment are available for public use.
Charges apply as per Councils adopted fees and charges
– see website for details www.coffsharbour.nsw.gov.au .
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation during this difficult time.
Coffs Harbour City Council and Lions Club of Woolgoolga Inc
LIONS CENTENARY PARK FORMALLY OPENED on 5th September 2018
Lions Clubs internationally celebrated 100 years of Lionism during the year 2017-18 and the Woolgoolga Club worked in conjunction with Coffs Harbour City Council to upgrade and refurbish the Park (Formerly APEX Park ) and the facilities as a Lion’s Centennial project.
The project was completed early in 2018 by Coffs Harbour City Council and contractors, with funding provided by the Coffs Harbour City Council, Lions Club of Woolgoolga and a generous NSW State Government grant. As Lions we are proud of the new facilities at the park and we want to share this achievement with our community and friends.
Woopi Lions Turn 40.
In November 2016 The Woolgoolga Lions Club celebrated its 40th birthday and also conducted its annual Christmas party.
Over the past 20 years the Woolgoolga Lions Club has donated over $A1.3m towards local, regional, state, national and international activities.
The bulk of this income is earned from the operation of the local waste transfer station on behalf of the Coffs Harbour City Council.
This operation is conducted each weekend with the assistance of the members and also 25 community volunteers whom assist us with each providing 4 hours per month. The annual Christmas party is a way a thanking the volunteers for their on-going assistance throughout the year.
The Woolgoolga Lions Club conducts a charity board on each Saturday of each month. The monies raised are donated to the Westpac Rescue Helicopter.
Recently the Woopi Lions has completed the refurbishment of the local scout hall, contributed a trike to a child whom suffers from muscular dystrophy, a bar code reader for a blind community member, a paediatric cot and monitor for the children’s ward of the Coffs Hospital at the local level.
State and nationally the Club continues to contribute to Lions International various cancer, diabetes and sight programmes and internationally has an on-going contribution to “one shot- one life” measles eradication project.
At the recent BBq we were fortunate to recieve the assistance from a member of the Australian Motorhomes Lions Club.
Be a part of the change at Woolgoolga
Woolgoolga Lions Club
PO Box 263 Woolgoolga NSW 2456
President Jean Vickery
Phone: 0427 791 628
Secretary Mike Mellefont
Phone: 0408 395 053
Membership Chairman John Moon
Phone: 02 6656 1210
We are the Lions
We meet the needs of our local communities and the world.
Our 1.3 million men and women in 205 countries and geographic areas conduct vision and health screenings, build parks, support eye hospitals, award scholarships, assist youth, provide help in time of disaster and much more.
Join us in making our communities and the world better places to live.
Becoming a Lion
Lions club members are men and women who strive to make a difference in
their local community as well as in communities worldwide. Their
volunteer efforts go beyond the support of vision care, to addressing
unmet health and education needs worldwide.