Table View Lions treated the seniors in our community from Vue du Cap & Norton Square, with a Bingo afternoon including a Boerewors lunch along with an insightful Reflexology session from Lion Sue Meredith (registered Reflexologist).
The bingo sessions facilitated by our Lions always creates a fully inclusive participation of all the folk from both these homes with lots of cheer and laughter.
(Seniors engrossed in their Bingo game)
Demonstrating the benefits of additional caring for feet and hands at their age, the seniors were very receptive with lots of questions and smiles.
(Lion Sue Meredith demonstrating Reflexology benefits)
Table View Lions Club’s Ms Gisela Weitz was awarded the Melvin Jones Fellowship at the club’s Presidential Inauguration meeting on 23 June 2013.
Lion Gisela Weitz, a past president and an avid Lion facilitating and supporting numerous community service and uplifting projects. These include building and setting up Ekhaya Kidz Educare Center in Dunoon (learning centre for +- 60 underprivileged children), facilitating the Hearing Aids Project to provide needy deaf children in South Africa with new and second-hand/reconditioned hearing aids, etc.
Lions International recognizes outstanding individuals by bestowing upon them an award that is named for its founder, Melvin Jones. The Melvin Jones Fellowship Award (LCIF) is the highest form of recognition and embodies humanitarian ideas consistent with the nature and purpose of Lionism. The recipient of this award is chosen because of exemplary service to the club and the community for which it serves