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Welcome to Bright Lions Club

Where is the Bright Lions Club?

The Bright Lions Club Inc. is situated within the Alpine Shire
in North East Victoria.

When and Where does the Club meet?

The Club meets on the first (1st) and third (3rd) Tuesday of each month at the Fred Nimmo Memorial Shed in Pioneer Park..
The Board of Directors meet on the third (3nd) Tuesday of each month prior to the dinner meeting..
Meeting venue is the Fred Nimmo Memorial Shed in Pioneer Park - contact the Secretary or Lion Tamer.

General Information:

Bright Lions Club Inc. was formed in 1976 and is fortunate to still have five very active Charter Members and two Melvin Jones Fellows. Membership of the club is currently 39.

Frank Heydon & John "Jacko" Harris - Charter Members & Melvin Jones Fellows

2014/2015 Executive:

Postal Address: PO Box 100 Bright Vic 3741

President: Brian Kelly
 
Secretary:

Les Saultry

 
Treasurer: Frank Heydon  
Lion Tamer: Alex Thompson  
03 57501 662

Bright Lions support and attend the following events:

During Spring
During Summer
During Autumn
Bright Kustom Club annual Hot Rod Run Bright Rotary Summer Maket Autumn Festival
Tour of Bright Cycle Race Great Duck Race Gala Day
Spring Festival Fireworks Carols by Candlelight Wandi Nut Festival
  Audax Bike Ride  
  New Years Eve Carnival  
It may seem we have little to offer in the winter months. However the Club is extremely active, splitting and cutting wood for delivery to those in need.
     

Tree planting projects continue as does the wood splitting, which is used to give to those in need. The Club also raffles a trailer load of wood each week during winter to raise funds to support those who are less fortunate. Since the Club has taken on our 'wood project', we have split, cut, donated and/or raffled in excess of 100 tonnes of wood.
The first dinner meeting of each month is our 'hamper night' where members bring something non-perishable to donate to the less fortunate.

Bright Lions members are always on the look out for 'hands on working' projects and is open to members of the community to make suggestions, just email one of the Lions listed above.

The Club also has a strong Ladies Auxiliary. The Ladies Auxiliary is very active with their own projects, but when required support the Lions on all major projects.