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If you are unable to get out or you’re a senior we are here to help. We can pick up prescriptions or other emergency items from Pharmasave and deliver them in the Nobleton area for you. Contact Lion President Rick Evans at nobletonlions@gmail.com or 1-905-806-9988 if you need us!

Want to stay healthy even though Township playgrounds and indoor facilities are closed? Good news....we are encouraged to get out on our many trails!

Welcome to the Nobleton Lions Club

The Lions Club of Nobleton was formed in 1962. In 2019 we celebrated 57 years of proud history which has enabled us to make significant contributions to our community. Your support is greatly appreciated by the Lions, and those who we support, in keeping with our motto,  "We Serve".

Lions Global Causes

While we focus on meeting local community needs we also support Lions' efforts worldwide which address:   Diabetes         Vision        Hunger        Environment      Childhood Cancer

Donations

Donations are gratefully accepted and will be used by the Nobleton Lions Club to fund the Nobleton Park Improvement project. Cheques should be made payable to "Township of King" with "Nobleton Lions Park Project" on the memo line and mailed to King Township, Attn : Laura Campbell, 2585 King Road, King City, ON L7B 1A1. Tax receipts will be issued by King Township for donations of $100 or more.

Charter Member David Harper Honoured

At our March 2 meeting  Dave Dryden of Sleeping Children Around the World noted that 1962 was the year the Nobleton Lions Club, of which David Harper is charter member, was founded.He then regaled the Lions with another unforgettable event in 1962. It was about his coming out of the stands at a Leaf game in 1962, while still a Junior A goalie, to substitute, very ably, for the injured NY Ranger goalie Gump Worsley, The central characters in both memorable events are pictured above.

2020 Sleeping Children Around the World

At our March 2 meeting, Dave Dryden of Sleeping Children Around the World (SCAW) thanked the club for its continuing support going back to at least 1987. SCAW distributes bedkits to needy children in developing countries around the globe and is marking its 50th anniversary this year..Here Lion Rick Evans presents him with this year's contribution towards these bedkits consisting of sleeping items like mats, mosquito nets, pyjamas, as well as clothing and school supplies, all designed to get the children's education off to a good start.  .

2020 Nobleton Skating Club Presentation

Karlene Macdonald and Lynda Downey are shown accepting a donation for the Nobleton Skating Club from Lions Andrew Bevil and Rick Evans at our meeting on February 19, 2020. This followed a presentation on the status of the club's activities and future direction.

2020 Mackenzie Health Presentation

At our January meeting, Sandra Agayby of the Mackenzie Health Foundation gave a presentation on the status of the new campus at Jane Street and Major Mackenzie Drive which is slated to open in late 2020. Here she receives a donation for that project from Past President Earl Groombridge and Secretary Doug Sutherland.

2019 Santa Skate

Kids and parents enjoyed the annual Santa Skate along with hot dogs, treats, and a visit with Santa at the Nobleton Arena. Pictured above are Vanessa and Jake Hollander with their children Isabelle and Jackson. This annual free event, held on December 7, was organized by the Club for the community's enjoyment.
 

2019 Community Fundraising Ticket Draw

On Saturday afternoon, October 26, the draw to select the winners of this year’s Nobleton Lions Annual Community Fundraising Ticket Draw took place at the Nobleton Gazebo. The first prize worth $4000 went to Owen Rogers with Ticket #736, sold by Joe Tasca. The second prize worth $750 was won by Tom and Monica Bevil, Ticket #452, and the third prize of $250 went to Bob Carisse, Ticket #679. Once again all tickets were sold and the proceeds in excess of $12000 will support the activities of the numerous community organizations supported by the club. Our thanks is extended to everyone who participated in this very worthwhile event.

 

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