Projects and Initiatives / Lake Tekapo

Bill Apes Memorial Grant

Bill Apes was the first District Governor of District 202J and the local policeman of Lake Tekapo. He was a well known character in the district and in memory of the service he gave to Lions and...


Catering

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Firewood

Lake Tekapo Lions generally raise on the average $20,000 annually from firewood sales.

Read about this project and its history.


Garden projects

Lions are often called upon to trim or fell trees, tidy up hedges and remove windblown debris and trees. These projects generally net about $10,000 annually and are our second most lucrative...


Lions seats throughout the village

For those of you that enjoy the great walking tracks and viewing spots around Lake Tekapo, thirteen oak seats were carved and positioned by the Lake Tekapo Lions several years ago....


The Bruce Scott Memorial Walkway

A  path meanders beside the Tekapo River. Young saplings have been planted. A large rock stands proudly beside a seat and on it is a brass...


The Lions Corner

During the year that Lion Colin Maclaren was President, he designed the landscaping for a waste area in the heart of the village. This has been an on-going project and paths, picnic tables,...


The Sequoia Grove

Lion Colin Maclaren is Keeper of the Sequioa grove. Planted in 2011, when Colin was President, these trees are becoming established and now need little maintenace. A bronze plaque in the grove...


The Wishing Well

A wishing well has stood at the corner of the village and the dam bridge for over 10 years. Over $400 worth of coins are retrieved annually with several tins of foriegn money going to Hands Up for...

 

 

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