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We Serve

Unfortunately Greenbank Lions indoor meetings have been suspended indefinitely.
We will resume when our Health Officials permit gatherings because of COVID-19 virus.
If you require any help with pick up and deliver or other items call or email anyone on are contact page.

Meeting Address
Greenbank Centennial Hall
19965 Highway 12
Greenbank, Ontario
L0C 1B0
1st & 3rd Wednesday - 7:00 pm

NOTE indoor meetings have been suspended for now because of COVID-19 virus.

Fertilizer for sale!

The Greenbank Lions Club is selling bags of fall lawn (7-27-27)  fertilizer for $37.00 per 55 lb bag. We will deliver the bags to your home. Order now for delivery in September . For orders in Seagrave, please call Don at 905-985-3595. For Port Perry and surrounding areas, please call Larry at 905-985-3723 or email For payment by e-transfer send the funds to; use the password ‘fertilizer’. All profits support local community projects. Thank you!


Greenbank Lions Christmas Scavenger Hunt is well underway.
Here is a picture of The Greenbank Lions (day 12) of The 12 days of Christmas Canadian version. Lions Nancy and Lion Bruce adding final touches.
Go to Facebook "Greenbank Lions Scavenger Hunt" event to see more.

Greenbank Lions Club Mission Statement;

To create and foster a spirit of understanding among all people for humanitarian needs by providing voluntary services through community involvement and international cooperation.

We were so happy to have a special visit from Art, Jeff and Joe. The trio represented the Lions Clubs in Scugog who joined together to purchase a much-needed bedside chair for Lakeridge Health’s Port Perry Hospital.

A joint $1,000 donation from the Port Perry Lions Club, Greenbank District Lions Club and Blackstock Lions Clubs for a bedside chair for Lakeridge Health’s Port Perry Hospital.

This will help getting a patient out of bed and sitting in a chair for activities, meals and visiting loved ones can be so beneficial for their healing. It allows the patient to stretch their legs, use muscles that become stiff lying in bed for extended periods, maintain strength, eat a meal with less struggle and more dignity, and so much more. It is often an indicator that a patient is one big step closer to being able to go home.

From left to right; Rachel Agnoluzzi (CEO Foundation Member), Lion President Art Thompson (Port Perry Lions),  Douglas Brown (Foundation Member), Lion President Jeff Taylor (Greenbank Lions), Lion first Vice President Joe Young (Port Perry Lions)

Lions are your friends and neighbours volunteering to help those who are underprivileged or in need of our help. We are always looking for those interested in community service work, with great ideas and a willingness to bring their special skills to projects and events. Lions are active. Our motto is "We Serve." Lions are part of a global service network, doing whatever is necessary to help our local communities. We are dedicated to giving back to our community and welcome any new members who share our goal of serving our community.


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