The 2016-2017 Sasquatch Lions year marks our club's 36th year of service and this coming July we will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of 

Lions Clubs International!  


Our LCI Centennial Project is the newly completed North Fraser Volunteer Fire Department's Training Center located on our Club's Meeting Hall property

Club President Wayne Roberson has layed out all the pieces for a great year and will be sure to weld us all together in fellowship and service. Secretary Lloyd  McKimmon will ensure we all hear the rumble of all the news, events and happenings each and every month and our Treasurer Don Crowhurst will be counting every penny to keep us on track and on budget!

Looking to help out and make your community a better place? Please contact us or come out to one of our meetings or fundraisers and see just what we do.


The women and men of our club have seen their efforts result in excess of $1,000,000 being donated over the years to numerous charities and individuals in need and this is all because of very special volunteers like you!

Without the many sponsoring businesses, individuals and "friends of Lions" volunteers who assist us with all of our fundraisers and community service projects throughout the Lions year, these projects wouldn't be such a success and we sincerely THANK YOU! A special thanks goes to the North Fraser Volunteer Fire Department for everything you do to assist us in our fundraisers!

Unless indicated otherwise, all Sasquatch Lions meetings and events are held at the Deroche Community Hall located at 41555 North Nicomen Rd, one block west of the Fraser Valley Regional District Access Centre.

For information regarding any event or to rent our 200-seat hall, please contact us by email, call Lion Lloyd at (604) 826-9382 or Lion Al at (604) 796-9798.

 We are the Sasquatch Lions and WE SERVE!!



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