Vernon Lions pitch in to help URM
Many businesses, individuals and groups have been stepping up with aid to the Upper Room Mission's recent flood disaster relief. Kudos to community support!
The Vernon Lions have been pitching in with their portable grill and on-site cooking expertise, providing three suppers and two breakfasts to the Mission's regular clients in need of a hot meal. This is what we do! We serve!
If you'd like to help out, either with the immediate need, or future planned meals for when the Mission is back up and running, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Zone Chair Welcomes New Members while making official visit to Vernon
District 19D1's Zone Chair Norm Jaques recently made his official visitation to the Vernon Lions Club and was warmly received, as was his wife, Past Zone Chair Jo-Ann Jaques.
During the meeting, the zone chair was pleased to conduct an induction ceremony, ushering two new members into the world of Lions. Along with their sponsor, Lion Ralph, every member of the club congratulated and welcomed our new Lions Rosemary and Lorne, who have already started their community service with trail cleanup and pancake breakfast projects.
Fall Trail Cleanup
Vernon Lions were out in force once again for the semi-annual Grey Canal Trail cleanup. Thanks for the warm greetings to all who passed by, and congratulations to all walkers, riders and runners for limiting litter and making our job easy!
This is just one of our activities, and if you'd like to learn more about what we do, please send us a message through our contact us page and we'll get in touch with you. Since you're already browsing, don't miss checking out our Activities page to see what else we get up to in our community.
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