Lions are an International network of 1.4 million men and women in over 230 countries and geographic areas around the world who work together to answer the needs that challenge communities and those less fortunate around the world.    We the Lions of the world are celebrating 100 years of service.

We the Waterloo Lions have been serving the city of Waterloo for over 80 years .  Various projects have come and gone, but we still maintain our motto "WE SERVE".  


Waterloo Lions & the "Twinkle of Hope".



The upper picture is an actual working tow truck called "Twinkle of Hope" for Cancer and can be seen around the K-W area and at fundraising events for our Club and the District.

The lower picture is of our Young ladies Soccer team with members of the Waterloo Lions, Coach Peter, Lion Chief Bill Weiler and wife Sandy, Lions Ross, Betty, Wendy and our sponsorship chair Lion Gregg and of course the team.












Lions Dave and Wendy were presented with the new "Twinkle of Hope" Friday October 26, 2012  by Lion Ron Berhendt owner of Code Yellow Towing and his wife Sherry.  This is the second and final Twinkle.

We the Lions of Waterloo send our heartfelt condolences to Lion Dave and his family on the passing of  his wife Lion Wendy Voigt November 1, 2013.



Waterloo Lions are proud sponsors of the Waterloo Ghosts Minor Softball team for their upcoming season.





Lion Ross Otto being presented the Lions Quest Fellowship Award by Lions Marianne and Janet from the K-W Community Spirits Lions at the clubs 75th Anniversary.

PID Terry Graham presenting Lions AJ, Michelle and Adam with the International Presidents Personal Pin at the clubs 75th Anniversary.



"Twinkle of Hope" Code Yellow Towing and Waterloo Lions making a donation to the Grand River Cancer Foundation.



PRC Lion Robert with 1st Vice District Governor Charlene, PRC Bill Weiler with his Lions Quest Fellow Award.   10/13/2016.


Thursday October 13th new Lion Faye Meadows was Inducted by 1st Vice District Governor Lion Charlene and PRC Lion Robert.  Lion Faye recieved her Centennial Lions Pin and her Centennial Certificate of Membership.

This photo was taken at the St. Mary's Breakfast 2016 by Lion Marianne Ferguson of the St. Mary's Lions Club.  Lion Chief Robert, Dr. Pattie Hill running for 3rd Vice President of Lions International with new Lion Faye Meadows. 




International President 2018-2019 - Gudrun Yngvadottir.

2017 - 2018 International Theme -  "Charting our Course".

DISTRICT GOVERNOR - Lion Kevin Banfield - Lions Club of Kitchener.

Governor Kevin's Theme - "We Serve."









































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