Jackpot won 2 weeks in a row

Happy Mini Lotto winners, Colin Wood, Liz Smith and Corey Fenech receiving their vouchers from Lions Treasurer Allan Stokes.
Happy Mini Lotto winners, Colin Wood, Liz Smith and Corey Fenech receiving their vouchers from Lions Treasurer Allan Stokes.

LIONS MINI LOTTO - ANOTHER WINNER

Jason (Herb) Wood and Kelly Scott receiving their prize from Terry Carroll.

Jason (Herb) Wood and Kelly Scott receiving their prize from Terry Carroll.

The Grenfell Lions Club Mini Lotto has gone off again.

Be sure to purchase a ticket for your chance to win big.

Be sure to purchase a ticket for your chance to win big.

Congratulations to Kathy Norris who was the sole winner of $10,000 Mini Lotto drawn at the Criterion Hotel on Thursday evening.

Kathy selected the numbers 4, 5, 6, 9, 11 and 14.

These numbers were drawn electronically by six members of the public.

There were also five five-number winners; Myree Beath, Jack Bush, Paul Mackinnon, Liz Smith and HJL Walker who will receive $35ea. The new five number jackpot is $86.

Although the jackpot has been won two weeks in a row, the new jackpot remains at $10,000 and the draw will take place at the Albion Hotel tomorrow, Thursday December 06.

Please select six numbers 1-20.

If the $10,000 jackpot is won again tomorrow night the new jackpot would revert to $1000 next week.

Prior to the draw at the Criterion, Lions Treasurer, Allan Stokes had the pleasure of presenting Liz Smith, Colin Wood and Corey Fenech with their vouchers.

Jason (Herb) and Kelly Scott who had a joint ticket were not present on the night, but were presented with their voucher by Lion Terry Carroll on Friday afternoon.

All recipients thanked the Grenfell Lions Club for their continued support.

Please make sure you have the venue from which you purchased your ticket on the ticket before it is placed in the box.

That way we know where to leave it if you are successful.

LION’S FUNDRAISERS

Lion’s club activities provide benefits to the Community, including programs for our youth, medical research and health related activities, assistance to adults and children with disability and response to emergencies or disasters.

Lions Clubs in every town run many local activities, such as Mini Lotto. The activities may be to raise money for local people or projects. 

In addition, the International Association may sanction a worldwide project via the International Convention.

Activities which assist the community are funded by appeals, or donations and bequests from the public, but the administration of a Lions Club is generally self funded by the members themselves. 

JOINING LIONS

One more member gives Lions two more hands to do service in our community, at home and internationally.  Lions make things happen.

As a member of Lions Australia you will experience a number of personal benefits including leadership skills, a sense of self-worth and purpose, business skills, networking opportunities and lifelong friendships.

HOW LIONS HELP 

Lions Australia has a proud history of achievement in Disaster and Emergency Relief, Medical Research and Community Service.  Lions were involved with the development of the bionic ear and the cervical cancer vaccine Gardasil, developed by Prof Ian Frazer AC, a former Lions Medical Research Foundation Fellow.

They also inspired a young Fred Hollows and continue to provide funding for a range of other research initiatives involving diabetes and autism. Lions assist with local community fundraising for special causes and help with the development and building of local parks, community venues, and sporting centres.

For more information contact Grenfell Lions’ Club on 02 6343 1574.