Firstly, on behalf of the Australian Lions Drug Awareness Foundation, Directors and Consultants may I take the opportunity of wishing you all a Happy New year.
2017 is already ramping up to be one of the most exciting years in the history of “The Foundation”, some of these projects covered in this edition will be putting our Foundation at the leading edge, so I encourage all recipients to read through our exciting program for 2017.
On Friday, May the 5th 2017 our Foundation will conduct its AGM as part of our National Convention in Hobart also celebrating our Centennial Year. The Board will report on the happenings of 2016 but I am pleased to advise that YTD end of December your Foundation is in a strong financial position as well as excellent support from our Membership and other Stake Holders. As normal our Foundation will provide an interesting Guest Speaker, so please all come along.
Our Lions Quest Consultant, Donna Munro, will be a speaker at the main Convention with the re launch of the Quest Program. This will be a great opportunity to see all about our new program that has been remodelled to suit our Australian needs.
Re this issues contents please read carefully the reports in relation to the following updates.
Not only are we celebrating 10 years of TINO but we are doing it with a new look website. So much can happen in ten 10 years’ technology wise and we are excited to utilise this to make TINO mobile responsive along with this new design.
Fresh Faced Friday will be back for its 4th year, a great campaign spreading the positive body image message.
Don’t forgot to check out the ALDAF services menu you received with this issue showcasing all we can offer to help you inform and educate young people to lead happy and healthy life’s.
May I take this opportunity of congratulating our Consultants, Lynsey, Donna and Brenda on the excellent production of their projects. We are very lucky to have truly professional Consultants.
Please continue your support to the Foundation as we work towards
“Creating a happier, healthier and safer community”
David Daniels OAM