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!!!


Kirkland Lake’s 1st Fundraiser

Kirkland Lake Branch Lions Club selling tickets at the Kirkland Lake Mall.  This is their first fundraising effort and they sold out all of the tickets nearly a month ahead of schedule.

The fundraiser was a raffle of three different prizes donated from local merchants in town. Every gift was donated as was the printing of the tickets due to it being the Kirkland Lake Lions first venture.

In the photo selling tickets from right to left is President, Lion Milne Rennie, member,  Lion Jeanne Cloutier and Secretary, Lion Karen Suykens.

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Lion Bob Beaven

Kirkland Lake Lions Club

The Kirkland Lake Lions recently attended the Kirkland Lake Volunteer Fair. DG Lion Vern attended the meeting in Kirkland Lake and decided to help at the volunteer table for Lions.
Pictured here is:
DG Lion Vern along with some of the members of The Kirkland Lake Lions and DG Lion Vern Presse and Lion Bob Beaven at the Kirkland Lake Volunteer

Our newest club, the Kirkland Lake Lions are off to a roaring start, helping out the Foodland grocery store clean up following a roof fire earlier this year which caused major smoke and water damage. Before opening, the store needed to be cleaned top to bottom.
The Lions stepped up to help in the store cleaning so that it could be reopened on time. Cleaning shelves are Lions Jennifer Rodgers, Karen Suykens and Jeanne Cloutier. Lion Milne Renne and Lion Karen posed for a picture in front of the Lions information table.
As a thank you for all the help, Foodland allowed the Lions to have a food drive to help the local foodbank. The Lions filled over 5 shopping carts to donate their local community.

Thanks to all of the Lions for helping their community stay strong. A big Lions Roar.
Pictured with the shopping cart is Lions Grand McComb and Karen Suykens