Lions look to build community spirit

A social BBQ was held at the newly opened Able Futures on Blackwall Road


Woy Woy Lions Club have hosted a number of events this month in a bid to boost community spirit as COVID-19 restrictions begin to ease.

Over the weekend of March 6, the Club cooked and served breakfast to members at the National Scooters Rally at NRMA Caravan Park Umina.

Treasurer Greg Head said it was the Club’s busiest month since COVID-19 restrictions began over a year ago.

“We held our first car boot sale since February 2020 and had a fantastic response with 46 stallholders and over 500 people [attending] … all stallholders reported good sales on the day,” Head said.

“We also held a social BBQ event with staff at Able Futures in appreciation of the close relationship we have forged with this organisation.

“They are currently storing our BBQ trailer and will be looking to assist with some maintenance work that is required in the next couple of weeks.

They have several training groups, and this maintenance work will allow their supervisors to train attendees in various functions of rectification work.”

The Club’s next event will be on this Sunday, March 28 in the car park at Dunban Road.

Media release, Mar 17
Lions Club of Woy Woy