Kirkland Lake Lions Branch Fundraiser

September 18, 2021 saw the Kirkland Lake Lions Branch join with the Road Legend Cruisers for a fun day at CJ’s Drive In, where everyone was asked to bring a non-perishable food item to donate to the Kirkland Lake Food Bank. They were able to fill the back of a truck and also received $463 in cash donations. There were 47 vehicles registered and was greatly attended by the public. Great Job!!!


Minnow Lake 2020


Minnow Lake is a hardworking Lions Club and community partners benefit from those efforts. 2020 was a difficult year, yet Minnow Lake Lions were able to support the Salvation Army in the Christmas appeal by providing Lions to man the Kettles.


New Liskeard Lions Club 2020

I’m sure when a person begins volunteering with a community organization, the last thing on their mind would be celebrating that milestone 65 years later. Such is the case of Lion Ron Sutton of the New Liskeard Lions Club. The Lions club celebrated with six of their members on the longevity of their service to the community.

Ron Sutton – 65 years, Gordon Spencer – 50 years, Keith Windsor – 45 years, Archie Brazeau – 40 years, Rory Moore – 20 years and Ron Prestage – 20 years.

That’s an incredible 240 years of service and that’s just from these few who are celebrating milestones. The impact of service in a community can’t be unvalued.

Thanks to all of these incredible individuals and all of the club members who ensure that ‘where there’s a need, there’s a Lion’.

Lions Clubs Support Bursaries

Graduating Class of College Notre Dame 2019

Every year, Lions Clubs provide bursaries for students intent on furthering their education. This year, in excess of $28,000 has been made available to institutions of higher education and/or students to pursue that goal. These donations assist in easing the expenses incurred by students during their pursuit of dreams. Bursaries link;

Sudbury Teachers Lions Support Local School

October 2020

The Sudbury Teachers Lions Club (TLC) lived up to their moniker this past fall when they ensured students at a local school who were in need of Boots and Shoes, received them.

The Vice Principal of the school sent a list of the sizes that they  needed.  

TLC members shopped for the items and delivered them to the school, providing 20 pairs of shoes and 8 pairs of boots for a warmer winter.  

Bruce Mines and District Lions Club Donation

Light Haven Nursing Home received a donation of sliding doors, purchased and installed by the Bruce Mines & District Lions Club.

Lion Cheryl Harvey, President (left) and  Lion Mary Lou Belisle (right) organized the purchase and installation and the doors were dedicated in memory of Lions Arline Connell and Lion Kenny Hopper.

Elliot Lake Lions partner with Tim Horton’s to Support Children’s Charities

Contributed by Lion Brenda McLay

Ellion Lake Lions Club President, Roger Collett, accepts cheque for sale of Smile Cookies from Tim Hortons

Tim Hortons has always been a great supporter of children’s charities and the Lion Clubs.  This year, they again partnered with the Elliot Lake Lions Club to decorate and sell “Smile Cookies” at their local Tim’s.  Together they raised $5,086.00 to go towards the CTV Lions Children’s Christmas Telethon.  Once again, this small community has done a ‘Roaring’ Job supporting this campaign to help the Lions provide kids with Christmas gifts. 

Message from our Governor

Re-imagining: Lionism Changing to meet new challenges

Lionism as WE knew it will be forever changed by COVID and the new realities facing the World. WE are sharing this video of the District Governor to not only engage Lions but to put a call out to those in Communities who WE need to join our ranks and help US adapt to our new reality. YOUTH and those who are technologically aware, and current Lions embracing the change will help Lead us into using the new technologies and achieving a more vibrant Organization. In this speech the topics of innovation, resilience, finding ways to serve, driving Lionism forward, finding ways to put our dedication into action, serving safely, emerging stronger, reimagining Clubs, and learning new skills/technology are all touched upon. More importantly they highlight the real possibilities/opportunities WE will have and new members who join us will have in taking the power of WE into a brighter, stronger, and successful future…ROAR!!Please share/like this message as when you share this message on your own wall or with groups you joined on Facebook it reaches many more people in all the Communities.

Posted by Lions District A5 on Sunday, October 4, 2020

DGLion Anne Dechaine addresses Lions in District A5.