History 1988 – 1999

1988 – 1999 Highlights:

Lions open Lions Manor in Deep Cove in 1988.

The Housing Society opens the fourth complex at Lions Terrace in 1990/91.

The club builds a picnic shelter at Panorama Park.

Mount Seymour Lions lead the project to build a Youth Centre at Ron Andrews.

Pool. Over $300,000 was raised in cash, grants and donated materials and labour from 1990 to 1992 to complete the project.

Mount Seymour Lions Don Allardice, Joe Thornley, Garey Ham and Stan Stronge each receive a District of North Vancouver Centennial Distinguished Citizen Award.

Mount Seymour donates $60,000 to the Deep Cove Cultural Centre in 1991/92.

The Club helps build a new barn At Maplewood Farms.

Mount Seymour strongly supports the Man in Motion campaign.

The Club wins the MD19 Club Efficiency Award for 1992/93.

Mount Seymour continues its tradition of strong attendance and winning of awards at District and Multiple District conventions.

Bryan Martin is District Governor in 1993/94.

Mount Seymour Lions Housing Society takes over the operation of Libby Lodge in Horseshoe Bay in 1994/95. The Housing Society still operates five affordable housing projects on the North Shore to this day Mount Seymour, with other Lions Clubs, operates the Park and Ride service at Horseshoe Bay.

“Giant” Garage Sales are held at Parkgate Shopping Centre for three years in a row.

1988 – 1999 Presidents:

Glen Muri, Colin Pew, Ernie Mayne, Rob Dalton, Don Plummer, Al Cummings, Bob Griffin, Al Bach, Bill Harborne, Tom Munro, Doug Clouda, Lou Destobel

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