Lions work at K'cliff park
JACK Julius Lions Park in Kingscliff has been given a much needed upgrade.
The Lions Club of Kingscliff and Tweed Shire Council have been busy fixing up the Sutherland Street park and play equipment, which has become overgrown and the pathway unsafe due to the removal of pavers.
Lions Club secretary Euan Walker said renovations were completed recently.
“These problems have now been rectified and some new plants have been provided by council,” Mr Walker said. “All signage has been painted or replaced.
“Kingscliff Lions now expect the park to again provide a valuable facility for residents.”
The park was originally constructed by Lions and the council in honour of well known Kingscliff identity Jack Julius.
It was opened by the then Tweed mayor, Councillor Max Boyd, in October 1992.
Recently, former Lions Club president Neville Douglass, who was at the inception of the project, led a short ceremony in remembrance of Kingscliff Lions who have passed on.