SHAMROCK FESTIVAL: Our Lions team, Lions Jim, Hans, Keith and Bob, at our Ennis Road location, set up an information booth with pamphlets about what Lions do for our community and membership information.  Complimentary freezies were given out to all the children and adults that attended.  

2023 JONES BEACH SWIM PROGRAM:   Program commenced July 3rd with 2nd registration for July 17th. To register, call Lori Stevenson at 705-292-7512.  A total of 182 children registered for the Swim program for 2023 ... 94 in the first session and 88 in the second. 

2023-24 DISTRICT A3 LIONS CONVENTION:  A reminder that the District A-3 Convention is on April 12-13-14, 2024 in Cobourg, Ontario and the theme is 'Trash Fashions'. 

VISION SCREENING CLINIC:  The Chemung Lake District Lions Club, on November 15th, conducted  free Vision Screening at Chemong Public School and 77 children from JK, SK, and Grade 1 were screened.  On January 17th, 2024, the Club screened 88 students from St. Martin's Catholic Elementary School from Grades JK, SK, and Grade 1 for a total of 165 students.

CHILDHOOD CANCER PROJECT: On January 15th, 2024, the Childhood Cancer Committee Lion Lydia Elliott (Chair) and Lion Dale Warren presented the PRHC Foundation (Jane Lovett) with a donation of $2,000.00 towards the Pediatri Onology Centre.  The Committee continues to work with Peterborough Regional Health Centre (PRHC) satellite Pediatric Cancer Centre in the distribution of the activity bags for ages Newborn through to 17. 

Donations of new product are always welcome and very much appreciated.  If you have product you wish to donate or have questions regarding donations, please contact our Chair, Childhood Cancer through our website email ''.

2023 REMEMBRANCE DAY:  Remembrance Day, on November 8th at Heritage Park, Bridgenorth, was a great success.  Students from Chemong Public School lined up at the sides of Gore Street, Bridgenorth to watch the Hastings Prince Edward Pipe Band and the Lakefield Legion Branch #77 Colour Guard as they marched along Ward Street towards Heritage Park.  The service started at 10.30am with Pastor Ben Denhode from Gilmour Memorial Baptist Church along with Reverend Cathy  Grandante from Bridgenorth United Church and Pastor Tracy Riche from the Causeway Christian Assembly as co-Masters of Ceremonies.  We had a marvellous turnout followed by a luncheon put on by the Bridgenorth United Church Ladies.  







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