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November 01, 2019

Tree planted commemorating 35 years of service!

At the October dinner meeting, the Schomberg Lions hosted Derek Rumball from the Bob Rumball Organization along with the Nobleton and King City Lions. The Bob Rumball  Organization provides housing and support for people who are deaf. In particular, our District A-12, has been instrumental over the past 25 years,  by helping to build facilities and subsidizing campers attending the Bob Rumball Camp of the Deaf. The camp now serves about 700 campers each year.  If you know of a camper who would benefit from this, please contact the Bob Rumball Organization or Schomberg Lions Club. The tree and plaque commemorating Lion Bill Hanlon’s 35 years of service, was recently planted at the Trisan Centre. Please join us on November 11, 2019 at the Trisan for our Remembrance Day Ceremony.  It will begin at 10:30 a.m. followed by light refreshments. Our 50/50 raffle draw tickets are on sale for $5 each from any Lion. Watch for us at Foodland. The draw will take place Dec. 10, 2019 and should have a winning pot of over $2000. That’s a nice way to pay off some Christmas bills and help your community at the same time.

April 01, 2019

A Time to Celebrate

At our recent dinner meeting, the Schomberg Lions had a lot to celebrate. Long time Lion member, Bill Hanlon, who has actively served the club since 1984, turned a young age of 90! We also thanked local donor Gord Sloan for his generous contribution to the club.  This money will be used well to help us support our upcoming projects and help those in need, such as Blue Door Shelters, King City S.S.bursary, the Rumball Camp for the Deaf, the CNIB camp for the blind, and the Lions Foundation of Dog Guides of Canada. We also presented a cheque to the Boys’ curling team from King City Secondary School, who traveled to North Bay, to compete in O.F.S.S.A.. It was a pleasure to meet the team and hear about their journey to qualify to compete at the provincial level. 

January 20, 2019

Mayor's Pancake Breakfast Well Served!

The Schomberg Lions Club kicked off 2019 with The Mayor’s Annual Pancake Breakfast.


As you walked into the Trisan Centre, last Saturday morning you were greeted to a beautifully decorated

Lumberjack themed room, and a wall full of delicious goodies thanks to Teresa Barresi,Mayor Pellegrini's executive assistant, and Josie from Dorio’s Kettleby Italian Bakery. Our members, Ilya Dagenais, Ruth MacDonald, Angela Rose, Tim Harkness, Claire Murphy, Amanda Sawyers, Bill Hanlon and Colin Walker worked like a well-oiled machine, cooking up more than 600 pancakes and sausages for over 200 guests. Our next dinner meeting will take place Monday Feb. 4 2019 at 6:30 p.m. in the

curling lounge at the Trisan Centre.

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Gord Sloan & President Gord Dobson


King City S.S. Boys' curling team receives donation


Bill Hanlon, Ruth MacDonald, Tim Harkness, Town Crier Steve Travers, Amanda Sawyers, Angela Rose, Ilya Dagenais

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Ruth MacDonald, Claire Murphy, Angela Rose, Amanda Sawyers, Colin Walker, Tim Harkness

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