Lions call on community to support fundraising effort

Bowral Lions Club members serving their  well-known  sausage on a roll: Graeme Moffat, Bill Bransom, Tom Dolan, Peter Upton and Bob Short. Photo: supplied

Bowral Lions Club members serving their well-known sausage on a roll: Graeme Moffat, Bill Bransom, Tom Dolan, Peter Upton and Bob Short. Photo: supplied

Get ready to save plenty of room for a delicious sausage on a roll.

Bowral Lions Club will hold its biggest barbecue in April.

Already, members of the Bowral Lions Club have been working hard to raise funds for Highlands charities.  

The Bowral Lions Club was formed in 1961 and has been a major organisation in supporting local community needs, distributing  about $20,000 each year.   

This year the Lions will be raising money for an exciting project which has already attracted $4 million dollars from Lions Clubs International, which will assist in the prevention and improve cancer treatments in the future.

Bowral Lions Club will be holding its major fundraiser for this exciting research with their Lions Biggest Barbecue on April 22 at Bunnings, where more details about the Lions Kids Cancer Genome project will be available. 

The Lions hope to raise more than $1500 on the day.

Anyone who would like to help out and become a ‘ friend’ of the Bowral  Lions Club on the day, contact Roger on 0411 038 137 for more information.

Since 1996 Lions Clubs in Australia have shown outstanding commitment contributing  more than five million dollars to childhood cancer research. 

This effort has resulted in safer and more effective blood stem cell transplantation for leukemia patients following chemotherapy which can lead to shorter hospitalisation and a more rapid recovery.

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