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Christmas in July.

We are pleased to announce our inaugural Ride4Research happening 1st – 3rd September 2023 along the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail.

Please help us to reach out to as many interested individuals/groups/businesses/cycling clubs as possible by distributing these flyers.

For more info ride4research.raisely.com/brisbanevalleyrailtrail2023
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From Lions Club of Brisbane MacGregor AU. Be Part Of The Brisbane-Redlands All Abilities Lions Club! 🤝
Are you ready to be a part of something exceptional? We are thrilled to announce the launch of the Brisbane-Redlands All Abilities Branch of The Brisbane Macgregor LionsClub! If you live in Brisbane or the Redlands area, this is your chance to be part of a remarkable Lions Club that focuses on helping others and making a difference.

Watch this inspiring video to learn more about a similar branch recently setup for Melbourne members: youtu.be/WG1ldhr7UT8

Together let's make a difference! 💙
Got a question? Contact us on:
📞Phone - 0472 727 178
📩 Email - rev.jim.omab@gmail.com

#brisbanemacgregorlions #201Q1 #community #volunteering #brisbaneredlands #joinus
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Upper Coomera Lions Club Changeover.

#201Q1 #District201Q1 #changeover
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This week is Australia Kidney Health Week – a week to raise awareness about kidney health for all.

Kidney health holds a very special place in the history of LMRF, being the reason LMRF first came into being 60 years ago!

It began as an idea put forward at a Lions Convention in 1963. A Lions member, Mr Arthur Midsen, who at the time was a member of the Board of the Princess Alexandra Hospital, successfully moved a motion at the convention that "Lions resolve to establish a laboratory at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, Australia, in which to conduct research into kidney disease".

From 1966 to 1979 LMRF supported Dr John Healy’s research into kidney function test which achieved an improved survival rate of 63% from acute renal failure.

In 1986 the then Lions Kidney and Medical Research Building was completed at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane.

From 2009 to 2012, LMRF supported Dr Katrina Campbell’s program of research into nutrition interventions to improve cardiovascular disease outcomes in kidney disease.

LMRF continues to support such life-changing medical research across a broad spectrum of areas and is committed to providing start-up funding to early career biomedical researchers.

Visit our website lionsmedicalresearchfoundation.org.au/support for ways to support our life-changing researchers.

#lmrf #medicalresearch #kidneyhealth
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Calamvale Lions Club will be doing a Bake Sale at the Star Hope Foundation Fun Day at the Runcorn Tavern on the 4th of June.Star Hope Foundation
Next exciting event.
Fun for all the family 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦
Free entry ❤️
Free baby farm animals and lots more ❤️
Also fresh baked cakes and slices
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Calamvale Lions Club will be doing a Bake Sale at the Star Hope Foundation Fun Day at the Runcorn Tavern on the 4th of June.

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Looking forward to it!

DG Ian's final Cabinet meeting for the year was hosted by Tamborine Village Lions today, preceded the day before with group meetings and a delicious BBQ dinner hosted by Logan Village Lions Club in their den.

Certificates of Appreciation were handed out to several members at the end of the meeting and preparations for the handing over of portfolios to DGE Savva's incoming Cabinet were also done.

A very productive weekend. Thanks to both Clubs for their assistance and catering and to all the Cabinet members who attended.

#201Q1 #District201Q1 #buildingastrongertomorrow #CabinetMeeting
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Great weekend. Well done DG and the whole team. The free Karaoke 🎤 was the highlight IMO 😂

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