Photo of the Week: New Zealand Lions Donate a Special Bike to a Special Girl

In communities around the world, Lions find ways both big and small to make lives better. We may never know how important our contributions are to a person’s life, but living the We Serve motto will improve the world for the next generation. We found this week’s photo at The Southland Times.

The Waikiwi and Invercargill East Lions clubs donated a $350 adaptive bike to 7-year-old Cheyanne Richards. Waikiwi Lions president John Warren, left, and Invercargill East Lions president Joe Wilson, presented the pink bike to Cheyenne, who has a condition that causes dwarfism. The girl’s mother said the bike was a wonderful gift and looked forward to the strength it would provide her daughter.

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5 Comments on “Photo of the Week: New Zealand Lions Donate a Special Bike to a Special Girl

  1. We Lions are delivering a range of fun, informative and age-appropriate activities across the country. God Bless Lionism.
    Past President Chandigarh Host 321F

  2. Giving or reaching out to the needy is very important thing, lets embraced more on things like this.

  3. Wonderful gift. It is acts like this that keep communities strong. Thank God for caring people like the Lions.

  4. We had the pleasure of visiting New Zealand in January. You’ve got some great people down there. Nice going!!!