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Lions reading to kids during a Reading Action program

About Us

The Newmarket Lions Club received its charter as a member of The International Association of Lions Clubs (Lions International) in March 1931. To be able to understand the Newmarket Lions Club, you must first understand a little about Lions International, the relation between the Newmarket Lions Club, Lions International and the Canadian Lions Foundation.

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Membership in the Newmarket Lions Club is open to women and men 19 years of age and over, who are in good standing in their community...

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Inn From The Cold Dinner Nov. 11, 2016

Members of the Newmarket Lions Club prepare to serve a hot meal at the Inn From The Cold November 11, 2016

Lions Celebrate 85 Years

Newmarket Lions Celebrated their 85 year of service to the Newmarket community in February, 2016

A-16 District Governor Susan Tate presented a certificate of Appriciation to Lions President Mike Barker

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FREEZE-OUT POKER TOURNAMENT
Apr 07, 2017

 

Friday May 19,2017

Newmarket Community Centre and Lions Hall
200 Doug Duncan Dr  7:00 p.m.

$40.00 to the Prize Pool

$40.00 Bounty Chip

$40.00 Donation to Newmarket Lions Club

This is a freeze-out tournament with one add-on of $40.00 for 5,000 chips, proceeds of the ad-on goes to the prize pool.. Doors open at 6:00 pm tournament starts at 7:00 pm. 

Starting stack - $10,000, 30 minute blinds.

Contact: newmarketlionsclub@sympatico.ca for further information

NOTE: We will be holding another Texas Holdum Tournament Friday June 16,2017

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READING ACTION PROGRAM
Jan 04, 2017

NEWMARKET LIONS CLUB HONOURED BY THE YORK REGION DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD

Eighty percent of what children learn comes from their eyes and vision. It is important to detect vision problems before they affect a child’s performance at school. It is estimated that one in six children have a vision problem.

Lions Club International’s FREE Vision Screening Programme is designed to identify children who have vision problems that would interfere with their ability to see. No attempt is made to check the health of the eyes. Lions Club Vision screening does not replace a complete eye examination and it will not identify every child with a problem.

 The Ontario Association of Optometrists recommends that every child have his/her first eye examination at the age of six months and if no abnormalities are detected, again at three years. Annual eye examinations are recommended for school age children and are covered by OHIP.

 

 

 

 

 

For more information , please feel free to contact Kirby Brock at 905-895-2622 or email ksbrock@rogers.com

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