RED HILL DISTRICT LIONS CLUB

District 201V3, Victoria, Australia

COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER

 

HILL 'n'  RIDGE COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER

 Initiated in 2009, the Hill 'n' Ridge Community Newsletter aims to provide a voice for local organisations  to share their information and activities. It also aims to develop cohesiveness by highlighting various community  personalities.

The editorial committee consists of Lyn Connor (managing editor) Rob Barfus, Peter Wakeman, Jill Phillips, Merrin Munroe, Kerri Egan and Kerry Watson.

We would welcome your interest.

THE NEWSLETTER TAKES A MINUTE OR SO TO OPEN, SO PLEASE BE PATIENT!

Previous Issues: (click to read or download)

Issue 59 - November 2018

Issue 58 - September 2018

Issue 57 - July 2018

Issue 56 - May 2018

Issue 55 - March 2018

Issue 54 - January 2018

Issue 53 - November 2017

Issue 52 - September 2017

Issue 51 - July 2017

Issue 50 - May 2017

Issue 49 - March 2017

Issue 48 - January 2017

Issue 47 - November 2016

Issue 46 - September 2016

Issue 45 - July 2016

Issue 44 - May 2016

Issue 43 - March 2016 

Issue 42 - January 2016

Issue 41 - November 2015

Issue 40 - September 2015

Issue 39 - July 2015

Issue 38 - May 2015

Issue 37 - March 2015

Issue 36 - January 2015

 

Comment from a reader in the UK..

From: Tony Richard 
Sent: Friday, 14 March 2014 
To: lionsnewsletter1@gmail.com
Subject: Newsletter

Dear Ed'

Have just read your Issue 31 of March 2014 and for the first time in my life I feel moved to write to a paper just to congratulate you on what is certainly the most informative and best local Newsletter that I have ever had the pleasure of reading.  The March edition was mailed to me by my next-door neighbour Marianne Myers who is staying with some long-standing friends, Donald and Felicity Jackson in Redhill, and Donald was of course the subject of an excellent article in your March issue.

In terms of clarity and content of text I can honestly say that your Newsletter is the best laid-out and easiest to read that I have encountered in a long and varied business career, and you are setting a standard by which any parallel or similar publications should be happy to be judged.

Keep up the good work!

Tony Richard