Lions Club gets into Bollywood mood for upcoming fundraiser

d496802a d496802a Bull Creek Lions Club first vice president Peter Melfi, president Rasa Subramaniam, dance choreographer Amutha Kumar and membership chairman Denis O’Brien. Picture: Andrew Ritchie
d496802a d496802a Bull Creek Lions Club first vice president Peter Melfi, president Rasa Subramaniam, dance choreographer Amutha Kumar and membership chairman Denis O’Brien. Picture: Andrew Ritchie

THE Bull Creek Lions Club is holding its second Bollywood dinner and dance this weekend for a good cause.

After the success of its first event in April 2018, when $3000 was raised for The UN Refugee Agency, the club is this time raising money for Save the Children’s international clean water projects.

The fundraiser will be on Saturday at The Kauphy Place in Willetton.

“People can expect Indian food, raffles and dancing from the D’Nakka Fitness and Dance Group on the night,” club president Rasa Subramaniam said

We had a full house last time and it was a great night.

“We had a representative from Save the Children talk to us about the issue of water, so this seemed to be a tangible way we could help.”

Call 0433 993 107 to buy tickets.