• The Pittsburgh Township Lions need your support. Are you new to the area? Just posted or moved to the former Pittsburgh Township in Kingston? Looking to connect to your community and make a difference. The Lions may be what you are looking for. We need people who want to lead, or if that is too much for you, simply be a member of any of the following committees: Youth Liaison, Youth Sports, Sight First, Diabetes, Fund Raising, we even have vacancies for a fun loving person to ensure that we have fun being Lions! Please see our International website for membership information. Please drop us a line if you have any questions.

    • Visitors are always welcome and please join us for a fantastic meal (Chef's Choice). Please drop us a line first so we can tell the Chef to expect company.
    • Are you wondering if Lionism is for you? Please join us for a meeting!


    • The Pittsburgh Township Lions Club is located a 10 minute drive from Canadian Forces Base Kingston and Old Fort Henry at Kingston Ontario. We have a small but active club and are very pleased to serve our military and civilian communities. This year the theme of the International Lions Club is "We Serve - Back to Basics". "We Serve" is the Motto of the International Lions. Please check out our international website for more information on our activities (URL is on the LINKS Page). The Pittsburg Township Lions Club is eagerly looking forward to this opportunity to serve our communities a little better. We always have opportunities for you to become involved with the Lions for any of our activities. If working with our Vison, Diabetes, Hearing or any of our other programs interests you, drop by at one of our meetings. We would be pleased to meet you!


    • This year the Pittsburgh Township Lions Club is celebrating our 43rd year of service!


    • If you, or someone you know, needs a little neighbourly help please email the Club and let us know the situation and how you think we can help. We make no promises here but maybe we can help, particularly where there is a chance someone is "falling through the cracks". All requests for help are handled with respect for personal dignity.


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