About Us / Waipawa District

  • About Us
      The Lion’s Club of Waipawa is an active club heavily involved in service and social activities of a wide nature with the prime objective of supporting the Waipawa District...
  • Change of Officer for 2016
    Saturday 25th June 2016 saw the Change of Officers Meeting at the Waipawa Fire Station. The theme was Bee and as can be seen from the photos there was a good dress up turn out. The evening included...
  • Change of Officers 2017
    Saturday 17th June 2017 saw the Change of Officers Meeting at the Waipawa Fire Station. The theme was Black Tie and as can be seen from the photos it was a very smart turn out. The evening included...
  • Change of Officers 2017 - Page 2
    Further...
  • FIREWOOD - Don Allen Domain
    After trees had been felled and partially logged in Don Allen Domain, we attended and removed it to Russells place in preperation for slitting and delivery as firewood for the Waipawa community next...
  • Lions Presentation to Waipawa Fire Brigade
    On Monday 1st February 2016 Waipawa Lions presented the Waipawa Firebrigade with a check for $11000.00 to enable them to purchase a thermal imaging camera. Waipawa Lions raised $6000 while the...
  • Mushroom Compost
    Every year the Waipawa Lions bag and sell Mushroom compost to the citizens of waipukurau and Waipawa. We are assisted in this by the Shooting Club of Central Hawkes Bay College and they receive a...
  • New Members Induction Night
    On Thursday 20th August at the Waipawa Fire Brigade Hall DG Nalina Bhaskar and her daughter Chethna, together with Murray Pringle(Zone Chair) and Simon Williams (Trustee{LMLCCT} attended our meeting....
  • Spring Festival (Duck Day) 2017
    Another great Duck Day in Waipawa. The weather was fantastic and we had a really great turnout. A Very big Thank you to HIGGINS who did a brilliant job of preparing the river for the race. What a...
  • Spring Festival (Duck Day) 2017 - Page 2
    Further photos and the Mayor presenting 1st prize to the 3 class winners in the Duck making competition..Well...
  • Spring Festival Duck Race 2015
    A main feature of The Spring Festival is the Duck Race held at Waipawa River under the road bridge. 500 Yellow ducks are sold to members of the public and at 1.00pm they are all dropped into the...
  • Ten Pin Bowling Night
    Friday 17th June 2016 saw a great social evening of the Waipawa Lions at the 10 pin bowling alley in Hastings. A turnout of 20+ members and partners converged on the venue and took over the first 4...
  • Waipawa Lions CHB Museum visit
    Members of Waipawa & District Lions Club recently visited the Central Hawkes Bay Settlers Museum in Waipawa to see the “They Answered the Call” Exhibition which visually tells the...
  • Waipawa Lions new Mobility Van
    Due to the tremendious donation by the Chote Family The Waipawa Lions now have a Mobility Van which will be run by the Lions for use in the community. It was officially handed over by the Chote...
  • Waipawa Spring Festival 2015 (Duck Day)
    Another very successfull Spring Festival held in Nelly Jull Park, Waipawa. This is a yearly tradition and I think I can say the highlight of the calendar year. The weather couldn't have been...
  • District Governor and wife - Guest at 3rd Oct Meeting
    At the 3rd October meeting the District Governor David McDonald and his wife Jill were our Guests. Members wives and partners were invited and also present was Phil Allport and his partner Diane...
  • Working Bee - Ray and Wendy Cashmans
    Wendy Cashman has been very ill for sometime and to assist in a little way for both Ray and Wendy a working bee had been arganised at their address. Unfortunately Wendy passed away on the...
  • Lions Bookarama
    Every year Waipawa Lions asist the Takapau Lions in organising and running the Bookarama at The Memorial Hall in Russell Park,...
  • Log splitting for firewood
    On Sunday 9th June, the afternoon was spent by some Lions Members, fetching, splitting, stacking, loading and deliverying firewood. Thanks to geoffs' very hard work, dropping and logging the wood...
  • Painting senior citizens building in Waipawa
    Lions members of Waipawa giving the Waipawa Senior Citizens Building a new coat of...
  • Waipawa's 150 year celebrations
    Residents of Waipawa enjoying the 150 year...
  • Xmas Trees
    Every Year Waipawa Lions collect and sell Xmas Trees to the...

 

 

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