Lions club refines revered Katikati repertoire

Lion Mike Cooney presents last year’s Lions Community Directory. Photo / Provided

The highly regarded and valued Katikati Lions Club Community Directory will be available on local computers by September.

The club is fine-tuning its latest 2022-23 community directory and needs your input.
Directory includes business listings, transportation services, emergency management, civil defense information, churches and religious groups, health and education agencies, aid agencies, clubs and common interest groups, maps of Katikati and districts, a map of postcodes, tide tables and calendar, and a telephone list of Katikati residents.

Lion Cherie Pickin and the directory team are asking for residents’ help in making the information and phone listings as complete as possible.

This is done every year to keep track of people moving, changing numbers or going without landlines and only using cell phones.

To make sure you’re included, check that you’re in the 2021-22 edition of the Community Directory.

If you are not on the list or would like to make changes to an existing list, please notify the Lions Directory team by emailing [email protected], sending a message to 021 114 8022, by filling out the directory form at the information centre. and drop it in the box, or sign up at the directory stand at Moggies Market on June 11.

Details required are initials, name, address, home phone number (mobile phone numbers if applicable).

If you have an ad that needs to be changed, please provide old and new details.

With support from local businesses, Lions have produced the directory as a community service and fundraising project for more than 36 years – the first edition dates back to the early 1980s.

The yearbook is due out in September.

Calvin W. Soper