MD N District N-2
Truro & District Lions Club
C. Walter Bell 1959-60
LeRoy Rhindress 1971-72
Allan W. Beal 1991-92
Lions Sponsor Canada Open for Blind Golfers
On August 7, Lions Tanya and Joyce represented Truro & District at the 2014 Blind Golf Canada Open Award Banquet at the Best Western Glengarry, Truro. The event, which is supported by District N-2 Lions Clubs, was organized, with assistance from Joanne MacLeod, by blind golfers and Lions Brian MacLeod, Milford & District Lions Club, and Boyd Stewart, Musquodoboit Valley Lions Club.
The banquet wrapped up a three-day tournament at Mountain Golf Club, where blind golfers and their coaches from across Canada and the United Statescompeted. Past International Director Len Giffin, Milford & District emceed the event, and Lion Pam Bishop presented awards. Shown here are coach Garth Perrin, Brian MacLeod, 1st Place Men's Gross in Division B1, and Pam Bishop.
Memorial Scholarship Winner
Each year, Truro & District lions Club awards two scholarships to Cobequid Educational Centre graduates planning to pursue a post-secondary education. Sarah Colborne, shown here with Bursary Chair Lion David Sullivan was one of this year's winners.
Sarah, who is studying Computer Science and Business at Dalhousie University this fall, is the daughter of Lorelei and Wayne Colborne, Harmony.
Olivia Margaret Giffen was also awarded the Lions Memorial Scholarship.
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