Lions 105EA Weekly News 31st March 2019

From DG Lion Mandy
Hi can I ask all Lions and Clubs to use dg@lions105ea.com to contact me, not the one printed in Directory if they need to contact me.
I have lost the directory  one , just comes up you have finished.
Some Clubs have been using the @lionsclubs email.
Many thanks
Mandy

From District Data Compliance Officer
It is that time of the year where clubs are confirming their President and Secretaies for 2019/20. To ensure that their details are included in the MD Directory it is important that the new officers complete a GDPR Consent form. So if you were not a club President, Secretary or a District officer for the year 2018/19 can you please complete this form and return to the Data Complance Officer as soon as possible.
Thanks
Lion Simon Smith
gdpr@lions105ea.com

From District Secretary Lion David Pope
Dear all
On Thursday LCI implemented a new system called “MyLion”, it is through this portal that you gain access to the Lions Reporting System MyLCI.
To access MyLCI you MUST NOW REGISTER as a new user, your previous logon details WILL NOT WORK. Part of the creation process requires LCI to email you with a code to activate your account – THIS MAY WELLL DROP INTO YOUR JUNK / SPAM EMAIL FOLDER – please check before requesting a new one or escalating a problem. You also need to confirm your date of birth – due to an earlier version of MyLCI only requiring Year of Birth, MyLCI has defaulted everyones date of birth (unless you had changed it to your correct one) to 1st January and then your year of birth, therefore if your real date of birth is not recognised, please try 1st January and then your year of birth.
In the 1st instance please contact your Club President / Secretary / Treasurer, I issued a comprehensive set of instructions how to logon onto MyLion on Thursday evening.
Any further problems, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Yours in Lionism
Lion David Pope, District Secretary
Secretary@lions105ea.com

DISTRICT FUN DAY
Hello Fellow Lion
As you hopefully may have seen both in the EA weekly news and the Lions Roar the District Fun Day has been arranged for September the 1st 2019.
A small team of Lions from Gt Yarmouth and Wymondham headed by Past District Governor Lion Jim Cawte have got together to take forward this brilliant event founded by Past District Lion David Woodruff many years ago, and with your continuing support it will continue for many years to come.
The itinary is:-
Meet at Gt Yarmouth Race Course at 11am. Entertainment will be supplied by Rollo.
Lunch will be serve at midday. This will be a packed lunch with a drink.
Leave the racecourse at 1.30pm to arrive at the Hippodrome Circus. The performance will start at 2.30pm. There will be a free ice cream at the interval. The performance will finish at approximately 4/4.30pm
The cost for the day is £16.50
If you wish to attend or would like further information please contact Lions Margaret Woodruff or
Richard Barr. Contact details below.
Lion Richard Barr. Phone: 01493 667031                 Mobile: 07798878082 Email richard-barr@live.com
Lion Margaret Woodruff. Phone; 01502 582410 Mobile: 07961564358 Email: de.woodruff1@btinternet.com
Looking forward to hearing from you
Lion Richard Barr

From Wymondham Lions
Lion President John Wilde and members of Wymondham Lion Club  Invite all Lions and Members of the Lions Family to join them in the Celebration of their 49th Charter Anniversary At a lunch at ‘The Bird In Hand’, Wreningham, NR16 1BJ (on the B1113 Norwich, Mulbarton, New Buckenham Road)
Sunday April 28th 2019, 12.30pm for 1pm start.
£21 for 2 courses, £26 for 3.
MENU
Starters
A       (V) Soup of the Day, served with warm ciabatta bread
B       (V) Mushroom Bruschetta, sautéed mixed wild mushrooms in a rich garlic cream sauce served on toasted sourdough
C         Chicken Liver Parfait, Chef’s home made smooth parfait with raspberry gel, red onion chutney and toast
D        Prawn and Seafood Salad, Atlantic prawns and marinated seafood in a Marie Rose sauce with croutons and pickled cucumber
Mains
E         Steak and Ale Pie, Handmade shortcrust pastry filled with tender beef, baby onions and ale gravy served with garlic mash and mixed vegetables
F         Roast Topside of Beef, with mashed and roast potatoes, cauliflower cheese, stuffing, Yorkshire pudding and gravy
G        Chef’s Fish Pie, mixed sustainably caught fish in a creamy mild mustard sauce topped with Cheddar mash and served with vegetables
H        (V) Lentil and Nut Roast, with mashed and roast potatoes, mixed vegetables, cauliflower cheese, vegetarian gravy and Yorkshire pudding
Desserts
I          (V) Trio of Mixed Ice Creams
J          (V) Bread and Butter Pudding, chocolate and orange bread and butter pudding served warm with custard
K        (V) Cheesecake, baked vanilla cheesecake with raspberry compote, white chocolate shard and raspberry sorbet
L         Cheeseboard, selection of cheeses with savoury biscuits, chutney and grapes
Filter Coffee or Tea
Please return menu choices and monies to:- Lion President John Wilde, 4A, Norwich Road, Tacolneston, NR16 1DJ
Cheques payable to Wymondham Lions Club, Cheques will not be cashed until 1 week before the Charter

From Saffrom Walden Lions Charter
The dinner will be held at Saffron Walden Golf Club on 25th May 2019.
Dress is a minimum of smart casual.
Timing, arrival at 7pm to enable dining at 7:30pm.
Cost is £24.90 for two courses with coffee and mints or £30.30 for three courses with coffee and mints.
To reserve your place contact mickbassett@btinternet.com
Duo of Melon
Slices of Honeydew & Cantaloupe Melon, served with Parma Ham, Rocket & a Fruit Dressing
Prawn & Avocado Tower
Layered Prawn & Avocado, entwined with a Marie Rose Sauce
Traditional Roast Beef
Served with a Yorkshire & a Wholegrain Mustard Gravy
Sherry Chicken
Fillet of Chicken cooked with spring onions & ginger on a bed of Leeks, drizzled in a Sherry Sauce
Leek, Goats Cheese, Walnut & Lemon Tart   (Vegetarian Option)
Puff Pastry with a light filling
All of the above are served with a selection of seasonal Vegetables
Treacle Tart
An Old-Fashioned Favourite served with a light Custard
Warm Chocolate Blondie
Amazingly gooey Brownie with a delicate White Chocolate Flavour
Coffee and Mints
2 course meal followed by Coffee & Mints £24.90
3 course meal followed by Coffee & Mints £30.30
Upon request, dishes may be able to be altered to accommodate any dietary requirements
Please note a list of allergens is available on request
Meals can be altered to accommodate gluten free etc as long as the club knows 14 days prior to the event

From Norwich (west of) Lions
President Jane Steggles invites you to West Norwich Charter dinner at the Brook Hotel on Barnard Road , Bowthorpe Norwich on Sunday June 2 nd  12,30 for 1 pm. A three course menu
for £23,95 pp.
Starter,
1,.  Leek and Potato Soup
2,.  Prawn Cocktail
3,.  Chicken Liver Pate
Main.
4,  Roast Topside of Beef with seasons veg. and Yorkshire pudding.
5,  Grilled Salmon Fillet.
6,. Chicken Supreme
7,. Vegetarian. Roast stuffed peppers with vegetable rice.
Sweet.
8,   Apple Crumble and Custard.
9,   Vanilla Cheesecake with Berry compote.
10,. Fresh Fruit Salad.
Cheese and biscuits small extra charge.
Tea and coffee.
Please reply by April 30 th. to
sec.  Derek Goodswen goodswend@yahoo.co.uk  or  01603 743709. or
lion Martin Drake  rachmartmarg@talktalk.net or  01603 745544

And Finally from MDHQ Via our LCIF Officer, Lion Susan Wharton  See poster here
Dear LCIF Officers Vijay, Alan, Graham, Alan, Ann, Alan, Sue, Ian, Roy, Jackie, David and Harry,
Updated report from LCIF on Cyclone Idai
Please find below an update received from Lions Clubs International Foundation.
LCIF received many inquiries from Lion leaders with genuine concern for the victims of Cyclone Idai in Mozambique, Malawi, and Zimbabwe. I hope you will find this update
useful as you communicate about the impact of Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF).
Malawi, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe are in a state of national emergency and are leading a humanitarian response in their respective countries, supported by humanitarian partners. Thousands of people are missing, hundreds reported dead, and search and rescue efforts are ongoing.  The government and authorities report the need for emergency relief items including tents, food, medicines, and helicopters for rescue operations and delivery of assistance.  Due to the extensive damage to roads from extremely heavy rains, it has been
difficult to assist affected people.  To assist local Lions in their relief efforts, LCIF has awarded three grants; two emergency grants of US $10,000 and a Major Catastrophe Grant of US $50,000 to provide resources such as maize flour, clothing, tents, blankets, and other needed relief items in Mozambique, Malawi, and Zimbabwe; with more grants that may follow.
Thank you to all those Lions Clubs who have responded so far, your continuing support is appreciated.
Yours in Lionism
Lion Andy Pemberton
MD LCIF Officer