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Rangiora Lions Club

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What do we do?

• we help people in our community by giving our time and skills
• we raise money for worthy local causes and national charities
• we have fun and enjoy being together

Who are we?

We’re everyday people who like to help others. We give up our time and energy so we can make a positive difference in our community. We also fundraise for communities in need around the world.

Is it just a NZ thing?

The Rangiora Lions Club is one of thousands of Lions clubs worldwide.
Lions is the world’s largest volunteer service organisation with over 1.4 million people. Although we don’t know most of them, we get on pretty well with those we meet, achieve great things in our community and have a lot of fun doing it.

How does our community benefit?

Rangiora Lions directly help community groups and individuals in the North Cantebury area. Also, our community (and country) can benefit from humanitarian funding from the international Lions organisation. For instance, Lions gave over $1 million to help Christchurch rebuild after the city was rocked by earthquakes in 2010/11.

How do I join the Rangiora Lions Club?

If this looks and sounds like something you’d be into, have a look around the site and find out more. Membership is by invitation and we’d like it if you’d take part in an activity or two before deciding.

For more information – drop us a line

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2 weeks ago

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It's time for the 2021 Ashley River Ramble! Mark 28 Feb in your calendar and buy tickets online now. Great views, spot prizes and all proceeds go to the Southern Cochlear Implant Programme.Happy New Year from the Ashley Rakahuri estuary! Come join us on Sun 28 Feb 9am for a walk/cycle and enjoy the wonderful scenery. Bookings are open online and physical tickets will be available very soon - see ashleyriverramble.nz for more information. ... See MoreSee Less

Its time for the 2021 Ashley River Ramble! Mark 28 Feb in your calendar and buy tickets online now. Great views, spot prizes and all proceeds go to the Southern Cochlear Implant Programme.

2 weeks ago

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Can you spare some food for people in need? Donate to your local foodbank this month!January - Hunger Awareness Month.
#Hunger #hungerawareness #HungerAwarenessMonth #kindnessmatters
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Can you spare some food for people in need? Donate to your local foodbank this month!

3 weeks ago

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3 weeks ago

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Join our friends at Amberley with your kids for a fun day out.This event has been CANCELLED, due to inclement weather. Please advise friends who were coming and share across fb pages. Thank you. ... See MoreSee Less

Join our friends at Amberley with your kids for a fun day out.

1 month ago

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Our club built shelters in the Rangiora dog park - have a look at this consultation on Milton Reserve and give your feedback about what you would like to see there.WE NEED YOUR HELP!

The Millton Reserve Development Plan is currently out for public submissions. As per the drawing, the Council have allocated just half the area we had our hearts set-on for the Agility Park. We feel there is huge benefit in incorporating the large trees to the East, providing shelter, shade, and further enrichment for dogs and their owners.

If you agree, we need you to submit your thoughts to the Council - before the January 8th Deadline. It’ll only take a minute or two of your time, but helps us out tremendously as our voice alone may not be enough.

Direct Link to submit your feedback:
letstalk.waimakariri.govt.nz/millton-memorial-park-development/survey_tools/millton-memorial-park...

If you’d like to copy and paste your submission statement into the comments below, we’d love to hear your thoughts. It may also help others with their wording too.

Once we have Council approval and a timeline, we can complete and share with you our plans for an amazing agility course in this area - which will be once again fundraised for and built by the Rangiora Lions Club and Friends of the Dog Park, as we did with the Shelters.

THANK YOU!

* Further information and the Master Plan can be found at: letstalk.waimakariri.govt.nz/millton-memorial-park-development
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Our club built shelters in the Rangiora dog park - have a look at this consultation on Milton Reserve and give your feedback about what you would like to see there.
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