Lions Clubs International
It's a beautiful thing when a group of people join together,
roll up their sleeves and take action on projects
to make their community better.
Vernon Lions Club
Every 1st, 3rd Thursday at 6:30 PM
5101 25th Avenue
Vernon, BC V1T 1P5
Club President: PAULINE GENDRON
6925 Longacre Dr.
Vernon, BC V1H 1H8
Vernon Lions Club 2019-
Lion Jackie presented bursaries to Daneille Lapka, Kim Adams and Phillip Zaugg -
students enrolled in the Trades programs at Okanagan Collage, Vernon campus.
Dec. 5 -
Thanks to Lions Anne and Michele for planning this fun event.
November 30: Lions Allan, Judy, Sharon, Jackie, Ken and prospective Lion Brian were taking donations for Diabetes at the Downtown Vernon Association Light Up. November is Diabetes month and this was our Lions project for that cause.
Nov. 11 Lions Mike Smith and Rod Gorsline placed the wreath for the Vernon Lions Club
October 10: Another successful "Thanksgiving Carnation" project chaired by Lion Gary.
October 3 Hat Night
September 19 -
Vernon Lions Club and Lions International. Welcome to the largest service organization in the world.
Several awards were also presented at the Sept. 19 General Meeting
Lions Nick -
Lion Michelle -
Sept. 7 -
July 14 - Cruise In pancake breakfast at the annual car show in Polson Park.
July 19 - BBQ at Abbeyfield House to raise funds for their BX Creek Bank Stabilization project.
July 20 - The Vernon Lions food trailer was on hand for two days at the Jamie Sweet Memorial Ball Tournamnet. All funds raised were donated back for scolarships in Jamie's name.
July 25-28 - The Military Tattoo involving over 400 performers from all over North America gather to pay tribute to our military past and present. They invite the Vernon Lions Club to
serve breakfasts and lunches each day of the tattoo as well as the two days of practice prior to the event.
August 30 -
Sept. 2 -
July 6 -
Visitors to the event enjoyed Face Painting by Crimson Oath Tattoo, a fish pond, children's coloring contest and a draw by Family First Optometry, family games -
$15,262 raised for BC Guide Dogs
Awards were presented by Zone Chair Patrick Rutten to deserving Lions.