From Lion Marj Stewart!

Thank you for the Invitation to attend the Sooke Harbourside Lions, celebrating their 20th Charter Anniversary. Guest speaker, was Dr.Patti Hill, (Canadian,) International President of the Lions club ,largest Service club worldwide. There are 48,000 clubs around the world with over 1.4 million member volunteers. As a member of the Lions service club in Fairmont Hot Springs it was encouraging to hear her message of hope encouragement and thanks to the thousands of volunteers who spend many hours assisting their community programs to strive for those in need. "Changing the World" was Dr Patti Hill's message through one volunteers kindness.


Fairmont Lions 2020 -21 Awards

On August 9, 2021 the Fairmont Lions handed out its awards for the 2020-21 year. Check out the videos and pictures below.

Fairmont Lions general awards presented to various Lion members;

Lion Lynda

Lion Wendy

Lion Joy

Lion Lisa

Group Awards

Fairmont Lions 2020-21 Lion of the Year was presented to our treasurer Lion Norbert by Lion John;

Lion Norbert Award

Fairmont Lions 2020-21 Melvin Jones Fellow award was presented to our secretary Lion Lynda by Lion John;

Lion Lynda Award

Awards 28-October-2019

The Melvin Jones is the highest form of recognition and embodies humanitarian ideas consistent with the nature and purpose of Lionism. The recipient(s) of this award become the model due to exemplary service to her/his club and the community for which it serves. This year, 2019, the award is presented to Lion Jan and Lion Peter.

Lion Joy presents the award to Lion Jan (click link below).

Lion Jan Award

Lion Shirley presents the award to Lion Peter (click link below).

Lion Peter Award

Outstanding Volunteers Recognized

May 12, 2015

The Regional District of East Kootenay has formally recognized its 2015 Electoral Area F and G Volunteers of the Year.

Electoral Area F Director Wendy Booth says Area F Volunteers of the Year Terry and Shirley White have touched many lives with their kindness.

"The Whites are active in their community through the Lions Club and both have dedicated many hours to the Columbia Valley Arts Council. Beyond that, they also give personally – whether it’s helping a family in distress, finding information for someone or just making them feel cared about through their giving ways. Their impact on this community was clearly demonstrated by the wonderful turnout at the Resort last night as we presented them with a gift of our appreciation."




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