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Activi-thon for 55+ Card Games Day 

If you want to enjoy some social time with your fellow 55+ program participants and/or meet some new friends who are also in the program, here is an excellent opportunity for you.

Our Activi-thon for 55+ will host the “Card Games Day” on Sunday, November 6th, 2022 at Markham Wesley Centre (22 Esna Park Drive, L3R 1E1) from 1 pm to 5 pm.

For Big-2 players, we will set up groups of 4.

For Bridge players, we are catering for players of all levels.If you have a partner already, please invite your partner to come with you.If you do not have one, we will arrange one for you.

There will be prizes for the best players or best teams.

The schedule for the afternoon will be:

1 pm – 1:15 pm Welcome all participants

1:15pm to 2:30pm Session 1 - Big-2 and Bridge Games

2:30 to 4:00pm Session 2 - Big-2 and Bridge Games

4:00pm to 5:00pm Session 3 - Bingo games

(There will be short breaks between sessions.)

Light refreshment will be provided.

Please sign up by sending an email to

Let us know whether you will join the Big-2 game or the Bridge game, or both. You can just come for the Bingo games only. If you plan to join both card games, you will either play Big-2 or Bridge during one of the two sessions.

Another Perfect Day for Hiking on October 22, 2022
We had perfect weather and fall colours for our third and final hike with over 40 hikers.

Activi-thon for 55+ participants:

Want to learn a new skill?  Come learn CPR from a certified Heart & Stroke instructor

Date: Monday, November 14, 2022

Time: 2 pm to 4 pm

Venue: The Community Room, #5 District Police Station, 8700 McCowan Rd, Markham, ON L3P 3J3

Cost: $3.50 registration fee 

Class size: Maximum for 10 students 

Instruction language: Cantonese

Interested parties please email to to sign up. Seats will be assigned on a first-come-first-served basis.

Activi-thon for 55+ 

Angus Glen Lions Club is pleased to announce that we have received funding under the Government of Canada’s New Horizons for Seniors Program for our "Activi-thon for 55+". This federal grants and contributions program supports projects that are led or inspired by seniors who are making a difference in the lives of others in their communities. The funds will be used to plan and deliver the Activi-thon for 55+ project.

Thank you to the Government of Canada’s New Horizons for Seniors Program for the funding support provided. It will make a significant difference in the lives of seniors in our community.

For more about the project, please click here.

Tablets for Long Term Care Homes 
Our "Tablets for Long Term Care Homes" service project has been completed with excellent support received from doners and Lions Clubs of A-16.  We donated 122 tablets to 24 LTC homes. Click here to read more.   ________________________________________________
A message from the Club President     (updated Jan 9, 2022)

Thank you for visiting our Lions Club website!

2022 continue to be a very challenging year for all. 

We started the Lions Year 2021-2022 on July 1, 2021 when we were still under the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, the pandemic still lingers into 2022. 

We celebrated our Club 5th Charter Anniversary on November 27, 2021 with an outdoor winter hike.  We presented a Melvin Jones Fellowship Award to Lion Kelvin Yeung for his untiring dedication to the many service activities of our Club in the last five years.  Thank You Lion Kelvin for your service!

Angus Glen Lions continue to show our creativity and resilience.  We meet online monthly. We extended the "Pull Tabs for Puppies" to end of March 2022. We concluded our "Tablets for Long Term Care Homes" project in January this year with a total of 122 tablets donated to 24 Long Term Care Senior Homes supporting over 4,500 residents to connect with family members through video chats during the pandemic and beyond.  Thank you to the Federal Govenrment "New Horizon Seniors Program" grant.  Together with the support from several other Lions Clubs in A-16, we were able to take our project to a higher level to benefit more senior residents in more Long Term Care Homes.

Together, We Serve! 

Lion Tim Cheung, Club President


Happy 5th Charter Anniversary

We celebrated our club's 5th Charter Anniversary on November 27, 2021. Due to the pandemic, we had an outdoor hiking event instead of a traditional indoor celebration. 









Purpose of the Club

  • To serve the needy in the community
  • To provide professional services to support community events
  • To provide opportunities for members to grow continuously as a person
  • To be an ambassador for A-16 to promote service programs as see fit by the Club
  • To have fun and pride in what we do



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