Minnow Lake Lions Christmas Donation to Salvation Army

Minnow Lake Lions served the Salvation Army by attending  the Christmas kettles. The club’s members a total of 64 hours to ringing the bells. To top it off, they also donated $1,000 to the Christmas venture.
Pictured here are Lions Marg, Keith, Bob , Sam, Rick, President Blaine, Brian and Armand, presenting cheque to Captain Jim Vander Hayden of the Salvation Army

Capreol Lions Christmas Parade

Capreol Lions club is proud to participate in the Capreol Christmas Parade, a proud tradition in the town. WE congratulate the wonderful people who organized the parade. This year’s parade was once again spectacular with many floats, lights, music, marching bands and of course an appearance by Santa with Mrs. Claus.

WE in Capreol are very fortunate to have our own parade and the Lions want to say ROAR to the organizers of this proud Community tradition….ROAR ROAR ROAR!



Starting them Young at Providence Bay and Spring Bay Lions Club

At 7 years old Aiden McFarlane is a veteran at Lions meetings, having attended those of Providence Bay and Spring Bay Lions Club for the past 3 years.

A great visit was had by 2nd VDG Lion Anne Dechaine (far right), shown with the President of Providence Bay/Spring Bay, Lion John Bisaillon (to 2nd VDG Lions Anne’s right)  and Lions of Providence Bay and Spring Bay


Cat Scan Support

The New Liskeard Lions Club presented a cheque of $2,500.00 to the Temiskaming Hospital CAT Scan foundation.

Sutton Bay Park owner, Raymond Laferriere provided a kitchen at the Sutton Bay Country Fest, attended by Lions and other volunteers.  Monies raised from the event were donated to support the Temiskaming Hospital CAT Scan foundation.

Left to right: Lions Erick Campsall, Manju Dangalle, Alf O’Reilly, Sutton Bay Park Raymond Laferrier, Cindy Carl of the CAT Scan foundation, Sharon Graydon & George Kemp.