Lions Club hosted dinner for Filipino disabled child

As seen on the August 2019 issue of The Philippine Sentinel

Six-year-old Sergio Abela was a special guest at the July dinner meeting of the Kings Langley Lions Club.

Sergio, who suffers from an illness that prevents him from walking unaided, was showing off his new Crocodile Walker which Kings Langley Lions donated together with fellow Lions Clubs.

Sergio is shown with his walker. He was accompanied by his sister and parents. Immediate Past Club President Rolando de Leon and Club Secretary John Fernandes stand on the extreme left.

The Lions Club has received advice from its sister-city Lions Club in the Philippines ━ LAS PIŇAS DIAMOND LIONS CLUB of the distribution of medical equipment funded by Kings Langley.

In total, 1,522 Filipinos benefited by way of eye care, sugar and dental care and toiletries and sanitary kits.
Newly-elected Kings Langley Lions Club President, Derek Margerison, thanked Past President Rolando for his efforts in enhancing the relationship between the two Clubs. He said that while the Clubs were separated by thousands of kilometres, they were linked by the Lions motto of “We Serve.” Margerison is confident the relationship will continue for many years.

Updated: 2020-01-05 — 03:19:48