Lions Club of Crookwell (Inc)

NSW, Australia, District 201N2

Welcome to the Lions Club of Crookwell in NSW Australia




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Crookwell Lions working for our Community come and join us




As well as stepping in to his new role as the club president, Mr Fountain was acknowledged with a

Melvin Jones Fellowship award. Both he and Lion John Gray received the highest distinction that a Lion can receive.

Lions President Jennifer Hall and Lion Brent Hall Wife and Hubby


Lion Keyy Munn with Lion President Jennifer Hall..


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Lions Board of Directors 2018-2019 Front Row President Jennifer Hall, Secretary Lion Judith Fountain

Backrow Membership Chairperson Lion Doug Cady,Treasuer Lion Colin Simpson,3rd VP Lion Brent Hall,

1st VP Lion Norman Fountain,2nd VP Lion John Gray.

Lion Judith Fountain Recieves the Melvin Jones award for her Hard work as a Lion.

Many Hours Catering,Raffle Ticket sales.and more With Judith is Lion President Lion Jennifer Hall

Crookwell Lion of The Year Lion Brent Hall. Brent runs the Web pages and Facebook promoting 

Lions to everyone.



Barrels 4 Bianca The Crookwell Lions Club make a $1500Donation to The Upper Lachlan Foundation.l-r Sue Picardi Bianca's Mother. Lions Club President Jennifer Hall,Upper Lachlan Foundation President Garry Kadwell.


    On Monday Night the Crookwell Lions Club Had the pleasure of First Vice District Governor Peter Scifleet and his Wife Lion Wendi. Our Lions President Lion Jennifer Hall was there to greet them. Also in attendance was Lions Zone 201n2 Chairperson Norman Fountain...Many Members attended the night.


                   THE CROOKWELL LIONS CLUB BOARD 2017-2018

Crookwell Lions Club New Board 2017-2017

Membership chairperson Lion Doug Cady,1st VP Lion Norman Fountain,One Year Director Lion Peter Painter.

Thrid VP and Lion Tamer Lion Brent Hall.Missing is Lion Andrew Duck Shepherd..

Second VP Lion Tracey Anderson,Treasurer/Secretary Judith Fountain, Lion Alison Leary..


      Bailey Anderson our Lions Save Sight Challenge entrant

       PDG Ray Strong and District Chairperson for the 201n2 Lions Save Sight Foundation Community Challenge.

        Crookwell Lion Member Jennifer Hall,Bailey Anderson, Lion Brent Hall,Lion Judith the Dutch Raffle



The Crookwell Lions Club along with the Crookwell Youth Council hand over $21,000 over to Upper lachlan Shire Mayor Brian McCormack OAM  


The Crookwell Lions Club along with The Crookwell Youth Council,hand          

a Cheque of $21,000 over to Upper Lachlan Shire Mayor Brian                    

McCormack OAM for money raised to build the skate park.The                        

Park was a Crookwell Lions Club Centenary Project.           

         Crookwell Gets A Skate Park 


Crowds gathered at Clifton Park yesterday for the official opening of the Crookwell Skate Park.

Upper Lachlan Shire Council Mayor Brian McCormack OAM joined Member for Goulburn Pru Goward, Veolia Mulwaree Trust Trustee Bob Kirk, N2 District Governor for Lions Australia Sharon Bishop and Crookwell youth representative Lachlan Grocott for the unveiling of a commemorative plaque.

The event, timed to coincide with Youth Week, also included a free barbecue by Crookwell Lions and skateboarding demonstrations and workshops by Totem Skateboarding. Totem also visited Gunning Skate Park earlier in the day.

Lions 201n2 District Governor Sharon Bishop with The Crookwell Lions and Crookwell Yout opening the Crookwell Skate Park 02/04/2017

                                WHY TO GO CROOKWELL LIONS DUDES


Crookwell Lions Club was formed in 1976 to support the Community
The Crookwell Lions Meeting 1st and 3rd Monday of the month at The Crookwell Services Club Goulburn St Crookwell. Contact 02 48320047. Become a Lion it's fun and Rewarding. From Raising funds to Wood Raffles in the street, Catering events, BBQ'S, Helping people in need.
Crookwell Lions Club President Mr John Gray, Secretary Mr Norman Fountain, and Web Master Brent Hall. Help Support Prostate Cancer.

The new 2016/17 Lions committee. (back -r) Peter Painter (two year director) Douglas Cady (member chairperson) Brent Hall (third vice president) Jennifer Hall (first vice president) Norm Fountain (secretary). (Front l-r) Sally Wilton (district governor) Judith Fountain (treasurer), John Gray (president), Tracey Anderson (second vice president) and Allison Leary (Lion Tamer). Absent - Andrew Shepherd (tailtwister) and Robert Burbidge (one year director).

2016-2017 Board of DirectorsPhoto to come

 The Crookwell Lions Club where asked to help a Family in Need.The need was for a Very Special Girl."Name withheld" The young lady has Cerebral palsy The aid of a Shower Trolley was very much needed.The Crookwell Lions along with Crookwell Rotary and The Crookwell Community Trust are proud to have worked side by side with Community Gateway over the last few months..Also a Very big thank you to The Lions NSW-ACT Save Sight Healthcare Foundation.The POWER OF MANY HELPS MANY. Lions President Mr John Gray handing over the Cheque of $6,800 to Lightning Mobility Salesperson Cameron. The Young Lady and Her Family SAY THANK YOU.




L-R Brent Hall, Jennifer Hall,Maurice Campbell, Judith Fountain,Doug Cady

Noem Fountain,Peter Painter,Robert Burbidge,Andrew Shepherd,Tracey Anderson

President John Gray, DG Lorraine Maringer.

Crookwell Lions Club President Lion John Gray along with Lions Save Sight Health Care Director Lion Ken McLeish hold a Cheque of $3,780.00 for the PRODIGI CONNECT 12 An integrated digital magnifier. The money was from a grant from the Lions Save Sight Health Care and Money from The Lions Club of Crookwell. A big thank you must also go to the Crookwell Neighbourhood centre who will be arranging the delivery. If anyone would like to contact ken and support this great cause please ring Ken
Club: Canberra Kambah
Ph (H): (02) 6294 3399
Mobile: 0408 296 812

Today is a Very Special Day The Crookwell Lions Club together with Lions Clubs Save Sight Health Care Foundation took the first step in making a 7 Year old local girls life a little better. The Crookwell Lion Club along with Lions NSW-ACT Save Sight Health Care Foundation Handed over $3,780.00 For the Purchase of a PRODIGI CONNECT 12 An integrated digital magnifier for the connected classroom!
The new Prodigi™ Connect 12 is more than a powerful digital magnifier with deskto...p and distance viewing. This ideal solution for students of all ages opens the window to an intelligent Android world, allowing free and open access to more than a million apps.

The newest addition to the remarkable prodigi family
Smarter and more connected than all other low-vision products, HumanWare’s new Prodigi Connect 12 is the evolution of the most advanced digital magnifier product line. This is the solution for low-vision users looking to enlarge print and images with the added benefit of instant connectivity in the classroom.


Last Night The Lions Club of Crookwell Welcomed Four new Member to the Club. The New Member where inducted by Lion John Flarrety Form Goulburn City Lions. New Members are invited to join and are sponsored by a Lions Club Member Here we have Lion Kate Bennett accepting her membership from Lion John with Lion Jennifer as sponsor. Next We have Lion Greg Moon with Sponsor Norm Fountain.




The Lions Club Of Crookwell Present Heather McDonald From The Crookwell Wellness Centre With Their New EX205 BodyWorx Elliptical Cross Trainer Machine. And It's a Beauty. We in The Lions Are Proud to Support such a Fine Centre. Photo Lions President John Gray. Lion Norm Fountain, Heather McDonald, and Lion Judith Fountain






Vice District Govenour Lion Sharon Bishop with Crookwell Lions President Mr John Gray at the VG Visit


The Crookwell Lions are Proud to Support Crookwell Wants a Skate Park.

Arcadia Crookwell Presents a Check to President Mr John Gray to go towards

The Crookwell Skate Park Fund


Lions show their Support for the Crookwell Mens Shed with a new fire place.Keep warm Men

                          AUSTRALIA DAY CROOKWELL 2015





Supporting Beyond Blue


Crookwell Lions Doing what they do best Donation of $2000.00 to The Neigbour hood Centre to help with renovations.



Please Help Your old Reading or Sunglasses just may save the sight of someone around the world. Glasses can be dropped off at Harts or Soul Pattinson Chemists Crookwell. Thank you.









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