Freelton Lion's Villa celebrates 25th anniversary in style

News Jul 17, 2017 Flamborough Review

Residents and guests celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Freelton Lion's Villa on July 15.

The building started out as a school in 1952 and served the community for 40 years in that capacity. In 1992, the building was converted to a seniors apartment building with 29 units for independent living which are geared to income. The transformation was accomplished by the Freelton Lions and various community groups and government agencies.

The building is now managed by the Freelton Lion's Villa board, consisting of representatives from the Lions and other community groups together with a property management company. The property won a Hamilton Trillium Award last year for its beautiful gardens and landscaping.

On July 15, the Villa board invited all the residents as well as the Freelton Lions Club and their families to enjoy free hotdogs, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, fries and onion rings from the Lions' food trailer. Salads and desserts, including two anniversary cakes and ice cream, were served in the kitchen of the building.

Entertainment was provided by the Puslinch Fiddlers.

Freelton Lion's Villa celebrates 25th anniversary in style

News Jul 17, 2017 Flamborough Review

Residents and guests celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Freelton Lion's Villa on July 15.

The building started out as a school in 1952 and served the community for 40 years in that capacity. In 1992, the building was converted to a seniors apartment building with 29 units for independent living which are geared to income. The transformation was accomplished by the Freelton Lions and various community groups and government agencies.

The building is now managed by the Freelton Lion's Villa board, consisting of representatives from the Lions and other community groups together with a property management company. The property won a Hamilton Trillium Award last year for its beautiful gardens and landscaping.

On July 15, the Villa board invited all the residents as well as the Freelton Lions Club and their families to enjoy free hotdogs, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, fries and onion rings from the Lions' food trailer. Salads and desserts, including two anniversary cakes and ice cream, were served in the kitchen of the building.

Entertainment was provided by the Puslinch Fiddlers.

Freelton Lion's Villa celebrates 25th anniversary in style

News Jul 17, 2017 Flamborough Review

Residents and guests celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Freelton Lion's Villa on July 15.

The building started out as a school in 1952 and served the community for 40 years in that capacity. In 1992, the building was converted to a seniors apartment building with 29 units for independent living which are geared to income. The transformation was accomplished by the Freelton Lions and various community groups and government agencies.

The building is now managed by the Freelton Lion's Villa board, consisting of representatives from the Lions and other community groups together with a property management company. The property won a Hamilton Trillium Award last year for its beautiful gardens and landscaping.

On July 15, the Villa board invited all the residents as well as the Freelton Lions Club and their families to enjoy free hotdogs, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, fries and onion rings from the Lions' food trailer. Salads and desserts, including two anniversary cakes and ice cream, were served in the kitchen of the building.

Entertainment was provided by the Puslinch Fiddlers.