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  • District A4 Lions - Charter Nights
    Create an account Home Conventions 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 Display 5 10 15 20 25 30 50 100 All Renfrew 75th Charter Night

    Original URL path: http://a4lions.ca/charter-nights (2016-04-26)
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  • District A4 Lions - Exchange Student Hosting 2016
    to switch Youths at the end of each period to provide a broader experience for all Some families may only be able to Host for one of the two periods Requirements 1 Police Check will be required 2 For first session it is hoped that you will be able to meet us at the Ottawa Airport but alternate arrangements can be made if required 3 Provide your Home and meals have them cook or teach you about their food 4 Pay for any events that YOU want to take them to but remember many activities in the community are free and often provide the best cultural experiences The rest is up to you and your family You do not have to have Youth in the home the same age but if you do then it will be a mutually beneficial experience and we guarantee you he or she will be wanting to participate in the Outbound program next year or as soon as they are eligible if they are younger If you don t have Youth or even if you do we have recommendations if you are enthusiastic about getting involved with the program 1 Take two Youth they will entertain themselves and share their cultures 2 Partner with another Lion in your Community or neighboring community so that they have an opportunity to get together for outings For example last year Lions Heather Chilvers provided the Home and Kris Schultz took them to events 3 Provide the Home but have the Club be the Host Various members can host them in their backyard pools cottages or local festivals or fun days 4 Share your Passion if you are a boating golfing biking or hiking enthusiast or you love History or Art or Gardening share it with the Youth Or

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  • District A4 Lions
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  • District A4 Lions - Memorial Forest
    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

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  • District A4 Lions
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  • District A4 Lions - Centennial Service Challenge - Sept 2014 Report
    with the community the good news of what we as Lions actually do Well this is your chance through the CSC project to share the good news with the community and amongst ourselves and to be acknowledged for our efforts You can help spread the word Encourage your Lion Club Officers Club President or Club Secretary to report each club service activity on line through MyLCI the online membership and activity reporting system For each Club service project identified you are asked to estimate the number of people that will benefit from your Lion service project lE Report the number of people attending a Community Breakfast or the installation of a Lions Bench in a community park that could benefit the entire community By the end of the year I believe we will impress even ourselves with the impact our Lions Clubs projects will have on our individual communities And Lions Clubs that participate and report their projects will be awarded a special banner patch in recognition of their contribution to service And every time a Club reports a project they will be notified automatically via MyLCI what patch they have already earned for the year Ultimately it is up

    Original URL path: http://a4lions.ca/district-projects/125-centennial-service-challenge-sept-2014-report?tmpl=component&print=1&page= (2016-04-26)
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  • District A4 Lions - Penny's BAIT Weekend Testimonial
    four hours with him is stress free and I experience the feeling of being on the water and I listen to the sounds of nature and hear the fish jump when I am lucky enough to hook one and get it into the boat Many people who go to fish are experiencing changing vision which makes going out to unfamiliar places difficult Bait is where the people feel safe and are transported to the event given a guide to help make sure they get to all the places the area where we eat outside the area we have breakfast the cabin we stay for two nights and to where the boat is docked ready for us to go on to fish It isn t often I have the opportunity to meet new people but at BAIT several new interesting people attend each year Though I can cook it is not often I am served meals and enjoy food with the company of other people Each person has a sighted guide during the weekend called a Shepherd who is always nearby to lend a hand to get meals and guide us where we want to go The Shepherd is important for the safety of each person who is blind I know some of the shepherds and they know how to guide people who are blind correctly The program during the day we go fishing arranges for qualified people who look after our guide dogs so we can feel good leaving our guide dog with people associated with the Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind School We come back to our dogs who have been taken out for a walk given water and attention while we were away having fun For me it is rare that I have someone to care for

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