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Chatham Lions Club - May 2017


President’s message: Lion Michaelanne Kerrigan


 

The Lions year is just beginning and we are “roaring” already! We have three new “cubs” and are well on our way to a great year. We might be a small club and we might not get a huge write-up in the paper like other service clubs; but we help individual people in our community every day. We help people see, we help them hear and we help fill bellies. It might not be a glamorous job that makes headlines; but is very important none the less. I am very proud to be a Lion, and as we sell raffle tickets leading up to our Grocery Run in December, I want to encourage all of you to sell lots of tickets so we can assist the Chatham Outreach for Hunger in feeding Chatham-Kent.

 


 

Coming Events

November:
Grocery Run ticket sales continue each week-end in November- Fridays from 4
pm. to 8 p.m.; Saturdays from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a.m.
until 2 p.m. The schedule/sign-up sheets have been sent to all members; please
sign up for a turn.
Nov. 6 - CCB Chatham-Kent meeting- 6 p.m. United Way building
Nov. 8 - CNIB Low Vision Clinic
              Bingo- 6:15 & 8:15
Nov. 11 - Remembrance Day wreath laying
Nov. 13 - regular business meeting
Nov. 14 - World Diabetes Day; “Tag Day” at Walmart
Nov. 23 - Zone 7 Advisory meeting in Strathroy; Effective Speaking presentation.
Nov. 26 - A-1 Cabinet meeting in Springfield- Diabetes Parade of Cheques.
Nov. 27 - Dinner meeting
Nov. 28 - Zone 2 Advisory meeting in Wheatley
December:
The Grocery Run ticket sales continue as in November until the Draw on
December 9th at 4 p.m.

Dec. 6 - Bingo 6:15 & 8:15
Dec. 7 - Leader Dogs For the Blind- Kick-Off- Parade of Cheques
Dec. 9 - Grocery Run winners draw at Food Basics- 4 p.m.
Dec. 16 - Grocery Run at Food Basics - 4 p.m.


WE SERVE

See Newsletter for more photos and activities.


Welcome to New Members

Sponsor Lion Phil with Lions Robin, Markus & Brandon, 

 


Chatham Lions Club sponsors Hike for Hopsice Event 2017

Members of the Chatham Lions Club are pleased to announce their sponsorship of the first Hike for Hospice in support of the Chatham-Kent Hospice. 

Shown Here: Members of the Chatham Lions Club –(From the left)-Andy Stockdill, Aldo Gonzalez, Club President Robert Shaw, Curtis Marwood, & Seppo Kuokkanen present their sponsorship cheque to Jodi Maroney Executive Director Chatham-Kent Hospice Foundation.

Over 350 participants came out to walk the Mud Creek Trail on Sunday, April 23rd raising $58,500 to support the ongoing operational needs of Chatham-Kent Hospice. (see more)

Posted 2017-04-26


Chatham Lions Support the Chatham-Kent Hospice

The Chatham Lions Club recently presented a cheque for $2,000 to the Chatham-Kent Hospice to go towards the purchase of furniture and equipment for the new facility.

The donation to Chatham-Kent Hospice is part of a larger service project supported by eight Lions Clubs in the area. The Clubs in Zone 2 of District A1 have agreed to contribute to the two new hospices in their zone; the Erie Shores Hospice in Leamington and the Chatham-Kent Hospice.

Shown here is Jodi Maroney, Director of Development for Chatham-Kent Hospice receiving the cheque from Robert Shaw – Lions Club President, John Spears, Curtis Marwood and Seppo Kuokkanen.

Posted: 2016-04-11


Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization.

Chatham Lions Club is one of over 45,000 Lions clubs around the world and 49 clubs in District A1 in southern Ontario.  Our Motto is "We Serve".

Members of the Chatham Lions Club are proud to serve the local community, District A1  and international programs of Lions Clubs International. 

Chatham Lions work  with the blind and vision-impaired.  We also support Outreach for Hunger, and help youth and seniors with special needs.  We support Diabetes Awareness and collect eye glasses for recycling.  

Some ways we have served the communiy include:

  • Installing Braille signs on the rest room doors at the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance hopsitlas in Chtaham and Wallaceburg
  • Collecting food for Outreach For Hunger - Food Bank 
  • Support for Alley-Oops Blind Bowling
  • Providing eyeglasses for people who cannot afford them
  • Student Scholarship
  • Sponsoring Effective Speaking competition between students from the Chatham schools
  • Youth Exchange program

See the Projects page for other Lions Projects supported by the Chatham Lions Club.

Visit Chatham Lions Club on Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=115757261775250

For more information about District A1 Lions, see the web site: http://e-district.org/sites/a1/index.php

See our tri-fold pamphlet. (PDF)

Send us an email.

See our Events Calendar or go to the Calendar on this site.

 

 

 

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