Henley Lions presented our annual music award to Lauren Leach-Scrivens at Gillotts School at their final assembly. Lauren was nominated by her teachers who wrote; “For the last three years, Lauren has been dedicated to the choir, she has participated in almost every event and performance and has been a great asset to the group in this time. We did not have a Year 11 class this year but Lauren definitely ‘stepped up’ in the choir to be a positive and mature role model often helping Mrs David with sectional rehearsals. Lauren has been a pleasure to have had as part of the group and we will miss her.” The award was presented by Lion President David Skinner and Lion Chris Free. Our thanks go to Michaela Clarke of the Henley Herald for the photo.
Henley Lions inducted our newest member, Dave Adamson, at our July business meeting. Dave has been active in our local community for a number of years and brings a wealth of experience to the club. He was sponsored by our Immediate Past President, Wendy Franklin and welcomed by Lion President David Skinner.
On 1 July 2019 Henley Lion Wendy Franklin handed over the chain of office to incoming president David Skinner. Wendy has been our president for the past three years and David takes on the presidency for a second time. The club thanked Wendy for her leadership and dedication during her time in office and look forward to another very successful year with David at the helm.
Henley Lions, this week, have launched a FaceBook page with the help of their brilliant webmaster, Simon Asplin. The page is the club’s first venture not the realms of social media and is intended to increase awareness of the club’s activities. Here’s the link to the new page which we encourage you to “Like” and “Follow”: https://www.facebook.com/henleylions/?eid=ARBKjDEvBVS7N0r3M4M3bg8ne1shDAxB76-C6m0iTIp4x_ThxNqZCAVsh3tpOv-MG4ciNrce2hdiozjq
Henley Lions donated £1,500 to purchase new chairs for the Bluebells Day Care Centre. The new Bluebells was officially opened by the town mayor, Cllr Glen Lambert, towards the end of his mayoral year. Bluebells is now a new charity offering respite care to elderly living with dementia and Alzheimers.