Posted by on 06/07/2015
The Waihi Lions Community Directory is being prepared now.
It’s the only one you’ll reach for - Do you want to be in it?
If you’re not listed in the residential white pages or have moved to the area recently and would like to be included for free, contact the Lions now.
If your business would like to advertise in the new directory or if you need to update your details or you’d like to add more information, get in touch with the Lions.
The Waihi Lions say their Community Directory is the only one you’ll need to reach for – and the print size is readable by eyes of all ages!
Support your local Lions Club Charity Fundraiser and be found. Contact the Waihi Lions now on 863 6988.
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