Get ready to roar

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Waterdown Lions Club will be hosting an information reception on Tuesday, November 22 for women and men interested in joining a great service organization. The event will be held upstairs at the Memorial Hall, 317 Dundas St. East, Waterdown from 7:30 to 9 p.m. The reception will offer a chance for people to find out more about the Waterdown Lions Club, meet some of the organizations the club supports and talk to the Lions members in a casual setting.

The Waterdown Lions Club is part of the largest service organization in the world and has been serving Waterdown and Flamborough since 1967. Through its fundraising efforts, the Lions club sponsors local minor league sports teams, Boy Scouts and Girl Guides, donate student awards and help local residents in need. They also donate to camps for people with special needs, such as Camp Trillium (children with cancer), Camp Dorset (people on kidney dialysis) and CNIB Lake Joseph (sight impaired persons). The Lions are also involved with the CNIB and other sight-related groups, notably the Lions Foundation Dog Guides for the blind, hearing impaired and mobility impaired.

The Lions are looking for new members to serve the ever-growing Waterdown community. If you can spare a few hours a month and are interested in giving back to your community then The Waterdown Lions Club is interested in you. Come out for some light refreshments and to discover more about our service organization. Anyone interested in attending, please RSVP before Friday, November 17th to Lion Clive Sedgwick at 905-689-5048 or Lion Gord Millar at 905-690-7918.

Get ready to roar

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Waterdown Lions Club will be hosting an information reception on Tuesday, November 22 for women and men interested in joining a great service organization. The event will be held upstairs at the Memorial Hall, 317 Dundas St. East, Waterdown from 7:30 to 9 p.m. The reception will offer a chance for people to find out more about the Waterdown Lions Club, meet some of the organizations the club supports and talk to the Lions members in a casual setting.

The Waterdown Lions Club is part of the largest service organization in the world and has been serving Waterdown and Flamborough since 1967. Through its fundraising efforts, the Lions club sponsors local minor league sports teams, Boy Scouts and Girl Guides, donate student awards and help local residents in need. They also donate to camps for people with special needs, such as Camp Trillium (children with cancer), Camp Dorset (people on kidney dialysis) and CNIB Lake Joseph (sight impaired persons). The Lions are also involved with the CNIB and other sight-related groups, notably the Lions Foundation Dog Guides for the blind, hearing impaired and mobility impaired.

The Lions are looking for new members to serve the ever-growing Waterdown community. If you can spare a few hours a month and are interested in giving back to your community then The Waterdown Lions Club is interested in you. Come out for some light refreshments and to discover more about our service organization. Anyone interested in attending, please RSVP before Friday, November 17th to Lion Clive Sedgwick at 905-689-5048 or Lion Gord Millar at 905-690-7918.

Get ready to roar

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Waterdown Lions Club will be hosting an information reception on Tuesday, November 22 for women and men interested in joining a great service organization. The event will be held upstairs at the Memorial Hall, 317 Dundas St. East, Waterdown from 7:30 to 9 p.m. The reception will offer a chance for people to find out more about the Waterdown Lions Club, meet some of the organizations the club supports and talk to the Lions members in a casual setting.

The Waterdown Lions Club is part of the largest service organization in the world and has been serving Waterdown and Flamborough since 1967. Through its fundraising efforts, the Lions club sponsors local minor league sports teams, Boy Scouts and Girl Guides, donate student awards and help local residents in need. They also donate to camps for people with special needs, such as Camp Trillium (children with cancer), Camp Dorset (people on kidney dialysis) and CNIB Lake Joseph (sight impaired persons). The Lions are also involved with the CNIB and other sight-related groups, notably the Lions Foundation Dog Guides for the blind, hearing impaired and mobility impaired.

The Lions are looking for new members to serve the ever-growing Waterdown community. If you can spare a few hours a month and are interested in giving back to your community then The Waterdown Lions Club is interested in you. Come out for some light refreshments and to discover more about our service organization. Anyone interested in attending, please RSVP before Friday, November 17th to Lion Clive Sedgwick at 905-689-5048 or Lion Gord Millar at 905-690-7918.