The Bantry Bay Lions club will be holding a cake sale in Wolfe Tone Square on May 14 from 10am to 2pm. They will have a stall set up as part of the Friday market. All proceeds from sales will be donated to the Alzeimer and Dementia Society of Ireland. This event is sponsored by SuperValu, Lidl, Centra and Mace stores who will contribute assorted cakes. Members of the Lions Club will also be baking various goodies to add to the sponsored donations. Come on out and support this sale. You won’t be disappointed on what’s for offer.
A heart has been erected in Bantry Town Square to pay tribute to frontline workers and also to those who have lost someone to Covid-19.
A message displayed above the structure reads: “For all frontline workers – a heartfelt thank you. To the people lost to Covid – we miss you.”
Past President Doctor Francis Greaves was awarded a certificate of recognition for recruiting and retaining Lions members during the Lions Clubs International Centennial Year (2018-2019). This award is usually presented well after the fact. Better late than never, as they say. Congratulations and well done Francis (pictured).
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The Bantry Bay Lions are delighted to announce the results of their Christmas Food Appeal for 2020. Thanks to the generosity of the local community enough money was raised to provide 62 food vouchers to the value of €40 each. Special thanks to SuperValu and Lidl for all their help and cooperation. Pictured is Past President Nora Lynch presenting the vouchers to Michael Healy of St Vincent De Paul. Well done everyone.