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Dog Guide Walk

The Local Lions Clubs of Campbellford, Keene, Havelock and Norwood are working together to put on the 2015 Dog Guide Walk in Campbellford.

 

SAD NEWS

It is with deep sadness that I inform Lions of the passing of John Lougheed, following a courageous battle with cancer surrounded by his family. John passed peacefully October 4th.

There will be a Lions service on Saturday October18th at 1:00 pm followed by a celebration of life immediately after.

It will take place at the Havelock Lion's Hall 39 George St. E, Havelock (Arena)

John was a loyal member dedicated to his club and the greater ideal of Lionism.

Sincerely Lion Don Radnor - President Havelock Lions Club

 

 

 


 

The Havelock Lions Club has had a busy two weeks.

On Saturday the 5th of July Lions Don, Ruth Anne, Ken, Sue, John and Lorraine attended the International Lions Convention Parade in Toronto. We charterd a bus and 36 other Lions and 2 special friends from surrounding Clubs joined us:

Norwood  - Chemong Lake (Peterborough) - Stirling - Madoc - Brighton - Campbellford - Tweed - Denbeigh.

Great Weather, Great Trip, Fantastic Parade.

See our facebook page for photos.

Multiple District 37 with Alberta, British Columbia, Northwest Territories and Montanna

And they brought Santa to the Parade in July!


On Thursday July 3rd, Lions Don, Sue, and Lorraine went to the Hiway 401 Enroute Rest Station to welcome Lions driving in to Toronto to attend the International Convention.
They were able to talk to and help Lions from;
South Korea - Mainland China - An Island off of Korea
North Carolina - Tennesee - Maine - Vermont - Delaware - New York
Quebec.

On July 1st we participated in the Havelock Canada Day Parade. We had Captain Canada and his sidekick join us to watch out for any security problems along the parade route. Fun was had by all. Check out some of the photos...

On Saturday June 28th, Lions Don, Ken and John participated in the Campbellford Lions Golf Tournament.

Lions Ken and Sue worked the Lions Hall for a wedding.

Lions Don, John, and Ruth Anne attended the Trenton Lions Club 75th Charter Anniversary Dinner.

 


Lion John is getting excited about going to the District Convention.

Roll em out!!!    Giddy Up Go!!

Can you say "Havelock is in the house!

 


Do you want to serve your community? Don't know how?

The Lions motto is " WE SERVE "

Talk to one of your friendly neighbourhood Lions Members. We will let you know how to become a Lion and how we help our community and have fun at the same time.

Lion Don Radnor has been recruiting new members since he himself became a Havelock Lion.

On Tuesday the 18th of March 2014 Lion Don Radnor was presented with the Membership Key and the Membership Advancement Key at our monthly dinner meeting by Lion Brian Grattan.

These awards, in the shape of keys, are given upon successful recruitment of new Lions.

 

Please see below for more information on Membership Keys.


 

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