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FREELTON LIONS CLUB

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is a group of community-minded individuals who take pride in the services they render to make our community a better place to live and work.  We have been serving our community since 1986, and invite you to join us.  We meet on the first (dinner meeting) and third {business meeting) Tuesdays, September through June at 7pm, at the Freelton Lions Villa, 390 Freelton Road, in the town of Freelton.

One of our projects was the conversion of an old school into the Freelton Lions Villa, a 29-unit seniors, geared-to-income, apartment building.

Other projects were pavilions in both of the local parks, and the latest, just completed, is an outdoor ice pad along with a building containing a concession stand, washrooms, a change room  which could have multiple other uses, and a room for the storage of a zamboni, tractor, and other maintenance equipment for the care of the property.  We also upgraded the park sign to electronic, which is being programmed to announce upcoming community events.

Other organizations we have contributed to are:

​Lions Foundation of Canada for the breeding and training of Dog Guides.  They currently have 6 categories of dogs, canine vision, hearing ear, seizure response, service, autism assistance, and diabetic alert, with more needs being considered for future types of service dogs.

Hamilton Health Science Services (both McMaster and Juravinski Hospitals}

​Toronto Sick Children's Hospital's new Ophthalmology Department

​Camp Dorset, Camp Kirk, Ronald McDonald House, Make a Wish, Diabetes Foundation, Cancer Foundation, Cystic Fibrosis, CNIB, Crohn's & Colitis

​Flamborough Food Bank, Flamborough Minor Ball, Sunrise Equestrian Therapeutic Riding Centre and Drummond House.

If you are interested in what we do and want to visit at a meeting, contact any Lion, or call Lion Bob at 905-659-1021

 

 

 

 

 

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