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Young Ambassador 2019

Alysha Pires


Alysha

Alysha represented District 105D at the MD Young Ambassador Finals in Dudley in February. There she joined nine other Young Ambassadors from our Multiple District. They are all very dedicated and worthy contestants but sadly Alysha did not win but has gained a lot of valuable experience and friendships that will help her in later life. We wish her every success and congratulate her on being our Young Ambassador for 2019

Here are a few words from Alysha herself.

I am studying 11 GCSEs and hoping to study medicine.

I’ve volunteered for Pathways whose aims are to equip, encourage and empower young people. This has involved: 

Helping to run a bingo event and stall at an old people’s home, competing in an “It’s a Knockout” Challenge for Jersey SCUBU, entering multiple Swimarathons, volunteering at/ organising holiday clubs, working one-on-one with a young boy with learning difficulties, volunteering at Pathfinders, a group that teaches children Christian values and attending weekly “On Track” meetings where older children work towards the John Muir award to conserve wild places. 

I’m passionate about protecting our environment and I’m competing for the Freedom Prize Award, which encourages young people to champion worthwhile causes that better society. I’ve chosen SurfRider that aims to reduce the impact of plastic waste. 

I’m also interested in drama, music, guiding & reading. 


I am delighted to be representing The Lions Club of Jersey and District 105D.


Tia and Jarvis


I am studying 11 GCSEs and hoping to study medicine.

I volunteer for Pathways whose aims are to equip, encourage and empower young people/

This has involved: 

- Helping to run a bingo event and stall at an old peoples home; 

- Competing in an “It’s a Knockout” Challenge for Jersey SCUBU. (Special Care Baby Unit Appeal)

- Entering multiple Swimarathons;

- Volunteering at/ organising holiday clubs; 

- Working one-on-one with a young boy with learning difficulties;

- Volunteering at Pathfinders: a group that teaches children Christian values; &

- Attending weekly “On Track” meetings where older children work towards the John Muir award to conserve wild places.

I'm passionate about protecting our environment and I'm competing for the Freedom Prize Award, which encourages young people to champion worthwhile causes that better society. I've chosen SurfRider that aims to reduce the impact of plastic waste.

I'm also interested in drama, music, guiding and music.

I am delighted to be representing The Lions Club of Jersey and District 105D.

 
Yorky Tuke
Young Ambassador Officer 105D



Related documents and forms


To download the Guide for Club Officers click the link.

To download the  District Application Form click the link.