Calabogie Lions Club
The Calabogie Lions Club is situated in the Ottawa Valley in the beautiful Lanark Highlands. Nestled on the shores of magnificent Calabogie Lake 100km northwest of the Capital of Canada, Ottawa, ON. The club was chartered in 1952 and is always looking for a few more civic minded individuals to become a part of our fraternity. Celebrating 60 years of service 2012
Club's Inducted Members for 2015 - 2016
Regular Dinner Meeting:
The 1st Tuesday of each month is the club monthly dinner meeting, except for November. Dinner meetings start at 7:30pm and have a one-half hour social period before the meeting. Meal costs are approximately $18.00 per person.
Dinner meetings are normally held in the Community Hall (574 Mill Street) which is situated off of Mill Street, between Francis St and County Road 511 in Calabogie. Some meetings may be held at alternate venues, please check the "Calendar" page for updates.
On the 3rd Tuesday of months April through May and September through December except for November, the club holds a Business/Directors Meeting and everyone is invited to attend. It is held at Various sites in Calabogie at 7:00pm.
Annual General Meeting:
On the 3rd Tuesday of June. and Meeting and everyo ne is invited to attend. It is held at Various sites in Calabogie at 7:00pm.
All Lions are welcome to come on down to visit with us. For those non-Lions wishing to attend a meeting either contact any present member of the club or Lion Barrie Nichols at 613-752-0915 , and he will be more than happy to set you up with a sponsor.
BINGO BINGO BINGO
Every Wednesday evening the Club holds a Bingo night at the Community Centre.
The evening starts at 7:15pm.
Everyone is welcome, please come out and join in the fun and bring a friend
District A-4 Ottawa and Area Web Site
Use the link below to access the A-4 District Website.
It has links to the District Governors' Newsletter and other events & happenings in the district, check this site often for updates on what's happening outside our immediate club.
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