Mana Lions Club Inc

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Three members of Mana Lions showing off the new Mana Lions information brochure

What are Lions Clubs?

Lions International is the world's largest non-political service club organisation with more than 1.4 million members around the world.

Lions Clubs New Zealand represents the 10,000 members belonging to Lions Clubs across NZ and the Pacific Islands.

Funds raised by Lions Clubs from club activities, work programmes and other sources are used solely for charitable purposes.

Lions Clubs enjoy making a positive difference and make a strong commitment to serve and support their local and regional communities.

Lions Clubs are made up of members using their knowledge, experience, energy and enthusiasm to help make a difference for others.

What Makes a Good Lion?

If you are interested in becoming a Mana Lion, click HERE for more information.

A Short History of Mana Lions Club

In 1972 the Porirua Lions Club called a meeting to determine if there was any interest in forming a new Lions Club in the Mana District, following the charter of the now defunct Pukerua Bay-Paekakariki Club.

Over 70 attended the meeting, and such was the interest that in December 1972 the Mana Lions Club was formed in the Paremata-Plimmerton rugby club rooms at Ngati Toa Domain.

The Club was officially chartered in February 1973 with 28 members, 2 of whom are still active.

Membership has fluctuated over the years with the club peaking at 64 members in the 1977/78 year.

Although the Mana Lions Club membership has peaked and troughed, the club has enjoyed a relatively stable existence due in no small part to the tremendous fellowship and social climate which has been fostered over the years. Current membership is 44 (as at March 2020).