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    festivals are date specific so there are lots of events for you and them to enjoy CONTACT BETTY SHIELDS YOUTH EXCHANGE CHAIR 613 833 2925 This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Print Email District A4 Memorial Forest Posted in District Projects Tweet Fellow Lions It is with great pleasure that I announce that our District has finalized a location for our District A4 Memorial Forest A Memorandum of Agreement was signed this summer with the Innovative Community Support Services otherwise known as ICSS A committee was formed to manage the Memorial Forest with the District being represented by PDG s Andy Etherington Al Page John Chilvers and Linda James ICSS is represented by Jaynee Champagne Executive Director and Rebecca Chamberlain Manager of the Adult Community Participation PDG Andy Etherington and Rebecca Chamberlain will be the Co chairs of the Memorial Forest Committee Innovative Community Support Services ICSS is a non profit charitable organization that is committed to creating and providing families individuals with innovative high quality and cost effective community based programs and services that promote a strong sense of well being while making a positive contribution to our culturally diversified community in Eastern Ontario ICSS is a registered charity 87814 2413 RR0001 and was incorporated in June 2001 ICSS is a transfer payment agency through the Ministry of Community and Social Services They operate eleven group homes and community programs for individuals with a developmental disability including their Sow Grow Farm located at 9478 Russell Road Navan Ontario Approximately five 5 acres of the farm has been designated for the District A4 Lions Memorial Forest and additional land is available if needed We are very pleased to also announce that Dr Roman Popadiouk from Friends of the Experimental Farm has agreed to assist on with the Memorial Forest Dr Popadiouk has several degrees in Forestry and has worked for the Ontario Government on many of their projects as well as projects at the Experimental Farm He has given us some great advice and has also offered to assist us in the placements of trees in the Memorial Forest Lion Clubs or Members and ICSS Clients or Member will be able to purchase a tree which will be planted in the Memorial Forest Requests from Lions and ICSS supporters will also be accepted The cost for a tree will be 175 00 which will cover the cost of the tree plague and maintenance of the grounds The forest will be divided into two sections One area will consist of fruit trees which will include apples pears apricot and cherries It is hoped that in the future the clients of ICSS will be able to harvest the fruits from the trees as part of the daily visit to the farm The other sections will be ornamental trees such as White Pine European Spruce Ginkgo White Willow Silver Maple Black Walnut European Larch to name a few You will be able to choose

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  • District A4 Lions - Lion Kris Schulz Bio
    for 10 years where she was Executive Director Treasurer and Secretary and honed her computer skills Kris served on the Board of the Manotick Watson Mill for 6 years where she was in charge of a Staff of 3 and 12 summer students She was Vice President and Membership Chair of the Horticultural Society On the Community Association she was Chair of the Pathways committee Kris volunteers at the Community Police Centre where she also started a Neighbourhood Watch program for her area of Manotick Kris joined the Lions in 2001 and started taking on projects such as the Santa Claus parade which she has now handled for 8 years the annual Christmas party at the Carleton Lodge which involves entertainment scheduling Mr Claus and buying gifts for the residents Kris is also one of the major fundraisers of the club She became club President in 2007 and 2008 and then again in 2011 and 2012 Her activities have included the annual Manotick Night at the Races Christmas Murder Mystery Oktoberfest and finally obtaining all the approvals to erect a Lions friendship Arch in Manotick in 2013 Lion Kris became active in A 4 events where she has been on the convention organizing committee for 6 years has handled the spouses program including several fashion shows and was in charge of coordinating the collection of toys for the Military Resource Centre baby items for St Mary s Home and Manoir Ronald Macdonald House in Ottawa Lion Kris was Chair of LCIF Promotions where she encouraged clubs to donate to this organization which sets Lions apart from all other service organizations by first in with no administration costs Lion Kris has also recruited 16 new members to Lionism and became Zone Chair of 13 South in 2011 and 2012 She is

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  • District A4 Lions - District A4 Lions
    and Forums Club Successes B A I T Governors Newsletter Upcoming Events Lions Photos div uk panel District District Cabinet Regions District Directory Registered Lions Only Lions Memorial Global Leadership Team District Projects District Events District Awards Nomination and Endorsement Form District Resources Club Club Events Charter Nights div uk panel Please enter the email address associated with your User account Your username will be emailed to the email address

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    T Governors Newsletter Upcoming Events Lions Photos div uk panel District District Cabinet Regions District Directory Registered Lions Only Lions Memorial Global Leadership Team District Projects District Events District Awards Nomination and Endorsement Form District Resources Club Club Events Charter Nights div uk panel Please enter the email address for your account A verification code will be sent to you Once you have received the verification code you will be

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    Regions District Directory Registered Lions Only Lions Memorial Global Leadership Team District Projects District Events District Awards Nomination and Endorsement Form District Resources Club Club Events Charter Nights div uk panel User Registration Required field Name Username Password Confirm Password Email Address Confirm email Address Captcha User Profile Address 1 optional Address 2 optional City optional Region optional Country optional Postal ZIP Code optional Phone optional Website optional Favourite Book

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  • District A4 Lions - Conventions and Forums
    Forums Club Successes B A I T Governors Newsletter Upcoming Events Lions Photos div uk panel District District Cabinet Regions District Directory Registered Lions Only Lions Memorial Global Leadership Team District Projects District Events District Awards Nomination and Endorsement Form District Resources Club Club Events Charter Nights div uk panel Convention Criteria Posted in Convention Criteria Tweet Below are the Policies and Procedures to Host a District A4 Convention Updated

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  • District A4 Lions - Club Successes
    clubs in the Ottawa area to join our team and look forward to seeing everyone out next year Print Email Plantagenet January 2013 Posted in Club Success Stories Tweet Our Club President Lion Serge R Lalonde is one of the senior statesmen on Alfred Plantagenet Township Council Over the years he has received numerous honours and awards for his outstanding community service This year may become one of the highlights of Lion Serge s career He was recently recognized by his peers and fellow Councillors by being presented with a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Anniversary medal We congratulate and thank Lion Serge for his many years of exceptional community service When the Riceville Food Bank asked the Plantagenet Lions Club for their assistance they were quick to respond A spaghetti supper fundraiser was held 2 November 2012 at the Plantagenet Community Centre with all proceeds going to the Food Bank As a result of this fundraiser a total of 435 45 was donated to the Food Bank s Christmas Food Basket drive Print Email Three Successes from Manotick Xmas 2012 Posted in Club Success Stories Tweet Three Success Stories form the Manotick Lions Xmas 2012 1 Santa arrives at Carleton Lodge and the Manotick Lions kick off the Chri stmas Season with gifts music and good cheer In the background our youngest Lion s member plays the bagpipes to the enjoyment of the residents A DVD for the residents and sponsoring the 8 Christmas events that will lead up to Christmas Eve is part of the joy that this Lions club brings to our seniors Continue Reading Print Email Brockville Hurricane Sandy Benefit Posted in Club Success Stories Tweet Brockville Lions held a breakfast in support of Lions clubs supporting victims impacted by hurricane Sandy In total the Brockville

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  • District A4 Lions - B.A.I.T
    and Western Quebec to provide an opportunity at no cost for fun and excitement for legally blind people In addition it is intended to be an effective mechanism for their rehabilitation The physical consequences of blindness can be imagined by most people and today a variety of aides and devices are available to get around many of the difficulties presented by the disability However the emotional consequences are almost impossible to imagine and much more difficult to deal with These difficulties often include depression anxiety and a tendency to withdraw within oneself and hibernate The BAIT contributes greatly towards the resolution of these emotional problems amongst the blind and visually impaired The BAIT hooks up blind persons with sports fishermen to compete in a high class fishing tournament each spring Everyone who witnesses this tournament is impressed with the fun excitement and enthusiasm among all participants It is interesting to note the envy among sighted people left on shore It is also great to see those who have not yet learned to cope effectively with their disability get to meet others who have New optimism new energy and new hopes are possible through these contacts and have made significant improvements in the lives of the participants The Lions provide fun entertainment good food and fellowship free of charge As in the spring tournament these participants also get to meet others with similar physical limitations The Lions are justifiably proud of the benefits offered by the BAIT program and would like to provide more people with the opportunity to participate Lion George Burton of the Bryson Lions Club is the Chairperson for the 2016 2017 BAIT Tournaments Should you know of a sight handicapped person who might benefit from the opportunity to participate in this type of activity or if you

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