Our Proud History

Since 1956 the 100 Mile House Lions Club has raised in excess of $500,000 that has been used to support our local community. We have been able to raise this money through the generous and unstinting support of the business and industrial community in and around 100 Mile House. Businesses and individuals have donated substantial amounts of both merchandise and money to our various projects. Every donation and purchase over the years has made it possible for us to contribute significantly to our community and we look forward to its continued support in the years and decades to come.

                              A few of our projects include;

- Built the Health Centre (now the Parkside Arts Centre) in 1968

- Built the 100 Mile House Cemetery in 1964

- Built Centennial Park (1967), complete with several picnic shelters

- Donation ($20,000.00) to the 100 Mile Soccer Association

 now referred to as the “Lions Field”

- Sponsored many youth sports teams in hockey, soccer, baseball, softball

- Supported many teams (youth and adult) and adults to travel to various competitions proviincially, nationally, and internationally

- Donations to the South Cariboo Hospital Foundation & Royal Inland Hospital Foundation

- A donation of $25,000.00 for the completion the Lions Den Meeting room at the new Arena.

- Annual Scholarships and Bursaries ($3,000.00 per annum) for our graduating students.

- Annual donations to Horse lake Training Centre & Cadets, Scout & Girl Guides

- Donations to the Memorial Garden, District Signage, the 100 Mile Community Hall,

- Assistance & support to individuals & families in need. 


We also chartered five other clubs in the area, 108 Mile Ranch Lions Club, Williams Lake Lions Club, Highway 24 – Interlakes Lions Club, Clinton Lions Club, and the original 100 Mile and District Lioness Club.

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