Events

Getting a demonstration of a new sit-ski

Vancouver Adaptive Snow Sports – December 2012

Vancouver Adaptive Snow Sports (VASS) runs skiing and snowboarding programs for persons with a disability at Grouse, Seymour and Cypress Mountains. VASS makes the mountain experience accessible to all.  They welcome students of all ages and disabilities and utilize adaptive equipment and/or specialized teaching techniques to maximize a person’s independence on More...

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Breakfast with Santa – December 2012

Mount Seymour Lions Club has been putting on a Breakfast with Santa for over 30 years.  The Lions do all the cooking and serving for the two sittings and students from three local elementary schools decorate the hall, set and clean up tables, and help out in a number of More...

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2012 Youth Exchange Students and Ms. Cheryl Ham- Chaperone

North Shore Lions Youth Exchange – October 2012

2012 Youth Exchange Students and Ms. Cheryl Ham- Chaperone

In 1969 The City of North Vancouver, Canada and The City of Chiba, Japan entered into a Sister City Pact. As part of that relationship the North

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MLA Jane Thornthwaite (L)  presents President Arif Datoo (R) a $13,340 Community Gaming Grant Cheque

Jane Thornthwaite MLA for North Vancouver-Seymour – October 2012

Thank you to Jane Thornthwaite for visiting our club and recognizing and encouraging us to keep serving our community.

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Past President Lion Dave Mair presenting a cheque to Parkgate Community Centre for the Kids Up Front Program

Kids Up Front Foundation – September 2012

The Kids Up Front Foundation provides access to arts, culture, sports and recreation to children who otherwise would not have the opportunity. With representation in Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver and Toronto, the Kids Up Front Foundation fills ‘empty seats’ with kids. Across Canada, since openning in Calgary in 2000, over 900,000 More...

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Lion Dave Mair (L) and Lion Dennis Simpson (R) presenting a cheque to a representitive from Harvest Project

The Harvest Project – July 2012

Harvest Project reaches out to individuals and families across Metro-Vancouver’s North Shore who are challenged by family break-down, illness, job loss and poverty.

They touch more than 1000 people each month – with client-care coaching, emergency drop-in visits and appointments at their grocery depot and Clothes For Change thrift shop. More...

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