“We Serve”

The Kirkfield & District Lions Club was chartered in 1969.  Responding to the community need for medical services, the club’s first undertaking was to build a medical centre.  Aided by walk-a-thons and raffles organized by an enthusiastic community, the centre was opened by Club President Wallace Osborne in July 1973.  The club remained active in the community through fundraising activities such as street dances, bingos, provided financial support to the C.N.I.B., Minor Hockey and Ringette, Canadian Diabetic Association, local schools and many local community charitabler oganizations. 

In May of 1985 the Lions Club purchased what is now the 11 acre Lions Park. The sod turning for the community complex took place on May 13 1989. In the short period of five months the Lions Community Complex was completed.

Lion Clarence Bryans (Bud) has been with the Kirkfield Lions Club since its beginning.

The first event  held at the new complex was a Christmas party!

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