Sewing the Seeds of Change in Zambia

Our Fonthill Lions Agriculture Night Guest Speaker, Aaron Breimer is part of a humanitarian mission that helps farmers in Zambia improve their community through agriculture. As an agronomist with Veritas Farm Management Services, a farm business consulting company, Aaron Breimer works with Ontario Farmers to implement the latest in agricultural techniques and practices. He never […]

Fonthill Lions Launch ‘Message in a Bottle’ Project

The Fonthill Lions Club officially launched our new community initiative ‘Message in a Bottle’ on Thursday March 16th at the Lookout Ridge Retirement Home. A large gathering of Lookout Ridge residents attended the program presentation made my Lions Ric Gretzinger, Jake Dilts, Al Crowe and Cathy Berkhout-Bosse. They demonstrated their support by volunteering to organize […]

Thank You Effective Speaker Participants

We would like to thank all of the schools in the Pelham area as well as the Welland French Schools and Home School that sent students to our Effective Speaking contest on February 22. Thanks to all the contestants, your speeches were informative and entertaining. In our eyes you were all winners. To all the […]

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Annual Lion-Kin Meeting – 25 Years of Community Partnership

For the past 25 years the Fonthill Lions and the Kinsmen Club of Fonthill & District have celebrated the annual tradition of holding a joint club meeting at the start of the year. This year it was our turn to host and we gathered together with our Kin friends on Tuesday, January 17, 2017 at […]

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Fonthill Lions Half and Half Draw Winner

The annual Fonthill Lions Half and Half Draw was made on October 15th at the Fonthill Lions Hall and the lucky winner was Paul Comi of Port Colborne with ticket number 0589. Congratulations Paul!

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Fonthill Lions Congratulate Fonthill Lioness

The Fonthill Lions would publicly like to congratulate and say how proud we are of the Fonthill Lioness for all of their hard work and especially their recent donations of $10,000.00 plus the over $ 2,000.00 that they had donated throughout the year. In the past month they made the following donations: Lions Foundation of […]

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Effective Speaking Competition 2016

We would like to thank all of the schools in the Pelham area as well as the Welland French Schools and Home School that sent students to our Effective Speaking contest on February 22. Thanks to all the contestants, your speeches were informative and entertaining. In our eyes you were all winners. To all the […]

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Fonthill Lions/Lioness Donate to Pelham Cares

The Fonthill Lions and Lioness donated over $700 in toys, gift cards, hats and mitts to Pelham Cares at the annual Christmas dinner.  Pictured (left to right) is Nancy Yungblut and Jane Gilmour from Pelham Cares with Fonthill Lioness President Katherine Reid. Frozen turkeys were presented to Jane Gilmour from Pelham Cares for the Christmas […]

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Cheque presentation to Sharon and Wyatt Flagg

The Fonthill Lions Club recently held a BBQ to raise funds to help offset some of the many costs incurred since Faith Flagg was seriously injured in a hit-and-run accident. The BBQ was held at E. L. Crossley School where the students and staff supported it greatly. The co-operation at the school was fantastic, starting […]

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2015 Peer Awards

Congratulations to Lioness Enid Gatcke and Lion John Mills on their 2015 Peer Awards! Thank you for all that you do in the community.

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