Lions’ Breakfasts are Back!

Pictured from left to right are Lions Gary Robinson, David Goode and Steve Paul recovering from the Lions’ first breakfast event of the season.  On Sunday 155 people dropped in for a meal and some fellowship.  The next one is scheduled for November 26th, from 8:30 to noon at the… Continue reading

Lions and Township Sign Two-Year Extension for Lions’ Den Lease

In 1996, a 25-year lease for the property that is now knows as the Lions’ Den was signed. Since its expiry in 2021, township staff and members of this local service organization have been working together to establish a new agreement.  At Monday’s Council meeting, a new, two-year deal was… Continue reading

Millbrook Lions’ Club Celebrate 75 Years of Service

Most of us are most familiar with this club through its ubiquitous food trailer which is usually in the vicinity during most community events, including the Kick off to Summer event last month as well as the Millbrook Fair.  In fact, it has already made 11 appearances this season. Stanch… Continue reading

Millbrook and District Lions Club Celebrates 75 Years of Service at Open House

On January 23, 1948 a group of civic-minded Millbrook area citizens joined together to form the Millbrook and District Lions Club in partnership with the Lions International Club.  For the next 75 years the Millbrook Lions have been serving their community, helping those who need help, and raising money for countless… Continue reading

Lions Donate to MSC Breakfast Program

Lion Scott McFadden presents a cheque to South Cavan Millbrook breakfast club. In 2022, your Millbrook & District Lions raised and donated over $10,000.00 to local charities in the Millbrook area. We also sent relief to our neighbours in Port Aux Basques (NFLD) in the aftermath of the terrible hurricane… Continue reading

Lions’ Breakfast a Big Hit

Despite snow-covered roads, business for the Lions never let up last Sunday at their monthly breakfast event.  Some quipped that customers came hungry after clearing their driveways.  After serving 30 doz. eggs, supplies were replenished with 9.5 dozen more from local sources. KG