Squamish Lions Club
2018–2019 Service Summary – current to Feb 27, 2019

Total Service Activities: 28     Number of Lion Hours: 620
Funds Raised: $11,100     Funds Donated: $4,414
Number of people served: 25,041

Did you know the Squamish Lions…
…were the first service club to be established in our town?
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2nd Annual Robbie Burns Dinner a Success!

2019 January 25

Robbie Burns Night AddressOn Friday January 25, 2019, the Squamish Lions Club hosted our 2nd annual Robbie Burns Dinner, which was very quickly organized and led by Lions Mike and Sharon. The dinner featured a traditional roast beef dinner with haggis and silent auction. Tickets sold out very quickly! Approximately $2000 was raised. Thank you to all who turned out to make it a successful evening, and special thanks to Lion and Friends of Lion volunteers who helped cook and serve the food, seat guests, and cleanup afterwards!

Lion of the Year for 2018

2018 June 24

Lion of the Year for 2018Tail Twister Nelson awards Lion President Brad with the Ken Ramus Award recognizing the Lion of the Year for 2018. The Lions wrapped up another successful service season on Saturday June 23 with an awards dinner at the Easter Seals Camp in Squamish. Even though scheduled meetings will not resume until September, the Squamish Lions will be very busy in and around the community all summer at various events and community celebrations.

The Centenial Lio

2018 June 22

The Centenial LioLion President Brad is presenting Lion Nelson with a CENTENNIAL LIO pin as part of the Centennial Memberships Awards program.

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