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By mail: Lions Club of Nobleton Inc., 19 Old King Road, Nobleton, L0G 1N0

 

Welcome to the Nobleton Lions Club

The Lions Club of Nobleton was formed in 1962. In 2018 we celebrate 56 years of proud history which has enabled us to make significant contributions to our community. Your support is greatly appreciated by the Lions, and those who we support, in keeping with our motto,  "We Serve".

2018 Lions Golf Fundraiser

On June 3, over $24,000 was raised in the annual golf day at Nobleton Lakes Golf Club. Seen here enjoying the day are Mayor Pellegrini and the event organizer, Lion Latif Kassam.

Lion Ken Hodgson Passed Away May 29, 2018

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Lion Ken Hodgson, pictured here being honoured on his 95th birthday last November by District Governor Surinder Sharma. He was a dedicated member of the Nobleton Lions Club for over 50 years and served a term as President. He will be greatly missed by his community and by his fellow Lions. If desired, memorial donations may be made to Nobleton United Church, 6076 King Road, Nobleton L0G 1N0; or  Lions Foundation of Canada ~ Dog Guides, 152 Wilson Street, Oakville L6K 0G6.

2018 Guide Dog Walk

On May 27 almost 20 walkers and their furry friends joined Bev Berger and her Dog Guide Lotus (pictured) in walking to raise funds for Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides, whose mission is to assist Canadians with a medical or physical disability by providing them a Dog Guide. Dog Guides are provided at no cost to eligible Canadians, despite the $25,000 expense it takes to raise, train, and place each one. This year about $8300 was raised in the Nobleton Dog Walk.

Lions Support Nobleton Lions Community Park Upgrade

The Club presented a cheque for $25,000 to King Township as its contribution for the new picnic pavilion at the newly renamed park. The Lions made the presentation to Mayor Steve Pellegrini and counillors at the Victoria Day celebrations.

Lions Program of Recycling Used Eye Glasses

Please drop off your used eye glasses at Nobleton Pharmasave. They are collected by the Nobleton Lions Club and distributed through Lions Clubs International to needy persons in low income communities. More information...

Guide Light Program Supported by the Nobleton Lions Club

If you would like one of these lights, contact the King Fire & Emergency Services at 905-833-2800.
For more on the product itself, contact Nowzari at 416-749-6660 or Tony@safetyaid.com. More information...

 
 
New Members Invitation

The Lions Club is seeking new members at this time. If you are interested in helping your community become a better place to live while having lots of fun, please call Bob Phillips at (416) 522-9675. We meet the 1st and 3rd Monday evenings each month except in the summer months.