“Men, Women and Families – Together We Serve!” We received our Charter in December of 2009, and are a “new” club in our community.

Our members are a wonderful mix of men and women, youth and ‘experienced’, singles, and families. We share a core belief – that we will have fun together helping our community become its best. We help where help is needed and we are able. In short,We Serve.

Here are some of the things our club does:
    • Collect and recycle used eyeglasses;
    • Collect and recycle used hearing aids;
    • Do facility maintenance such as painting playground equipment at the skateboard park, painting the bridge across to Alexandra Park from Frank Street;
    • Organize an annual Tree of Light community social activity at the Town Hall, last Friday evening each November, with hot chocolate, choral singing, local choirs, Santa (?)
    • Purchased an Ophthalmology Chair in the emergency room at the Strathroy Middlesex General Hospital:
  • Installed racks to lock your bicycle to in the downtown core, wheelchair accessible picnic tables in local parks, 19 metal benches in the downtown core and at the hospital;
  • Installed Veterans memorial Way bronze plaques at renovated cenotaph;
  • Installing metal pole banners on utility poles along Frank and Metcalfe Streets to the cemetery;
  • Installed and monitor the growth of 3 ‘Vimy Oaks’ at the cemetery in memory of local veterans;
  • Conduct an annual “petvalu Walk for Dog Guides”;
  • Sponsored a vision-assist dog to a Lions Foundation Canada client in Aylmer;
  • Run a “Back-to-School” draw for gift cards redeemable at Giant Tiger stores;
  • Regular financial support to local Women’s Rural Resource Centre, V.O.N., Salvation Army;
  • Host students from other countries – Lions International Youth Exchange.
< p style=”text-align: justify;”>If you (or your friends or family members) would like to become involved in an upcoming project or join our Lions Club, you can review our Membership Brochure and then contact us in one of these three ways:
  1. Call Lion Gary at 519- 246-6280
  2. Email one of our Club Officers and request more information
  3. Attend one of our monthly membership meetings to learn more about our group (See Map/ Close Up links)
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Winner of Catch the Ace 2018

Jules Nagy was the lucky winner of $5,850.00
the “ACE OF SPADES” was found on the last day of the draw