LEO Clubs is a youth organization of Lions Clubs International, which in its own existence seeks to serve people in need with special emphasis and focus on children. If you have a son or daughter that may be interested in becoming a LEO member please contact our club. For more information on LEO clubs visit leo-clubs.org/about
In 2006 District Governor Boyd Sangster decided that the Lions Clubs could be doing more to support Portage Atlantic Youth Drug Rehabilitation Centre. His club of the Nashwaaksis Lions Club, home of Huggy Bear with his motto, “Try hugs, not drugs” had long been financially supportive of Portage Atlantic. District Governor Boyd approached a local business man, Nashwaaksis Lions Club member, Ron Evans, to see if he would allow his name to stand on a bursary for graduates of Portage Atlantic to further their post secondary education upon completion of their drug rehabilitation program. Lion Ron Evans, a board member of Portage Atlantic, agreed. With a launch of the bursary at the Nashwaaksis Lions Club the idea became a reality. The fund has continued to grow with financial contributions from the Lions in District N1. To date, fifteen graduates from Portage Atlantic have been recipients of the bursary. With the continued growth of the fund, it is hoped that it will become a self-sufficient bursary to enable recipients to be productive citizens in our society.
Donations greatfully accepted by cheque to McAdam Lions Club
with memo to Ron Evans Bursary.
April 28th, 2019 @ 9:00 AM
$100 per team of 4
Bowl-A-Drome, Main Street, Register by April 14th, 2019
Sponsored by Rod’s OK Tire and Auto Service Centre
For more information contact:
Lion Diana Pike (472-4534 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Lions were again a major sponsor of the Canada activities and were present for the activities.
Partnership with McDonalds and KHJ Radio resulted in an especially successful toy and food drive. Thanks to the volunteers and the very generous donations from the public for making this a great Christmas for so many families.The clus is looking forward to continuing this partnership for 2018.
September 8th saw a successful golf tournament sponsored by OK Tire and Auto Service Centre, St. Mary’s Street, with 7 teams competing.
Thanks for those who participated in the Annual Purina Walk for Dog Guides held May 27th at Carleton Park for making it such a success. Guide Dogs help give individuals an independence that would not be possible due to physical or medical disabilities. These dogs give assistance to the seeing and hearing impaired, individuals with autism, seizures, and diabetes as well as people with physical restrictions. For more information go to www.walkfordogguides.com
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