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Breakfast with Santa CrewBreakfast with Santa CrewOn Saturday 2 December the Greely Lions served up Breakfast with Santa at the Greely Community Centre.  This year twice as many children brought their parents to the event, far exceeding everyone's expectations!

Pictured here with Santa and Frosty are members of the Greely Lions and some friends.

Greely Lions Club President Paul Elford presents a cheque to the Greely Cooperative Playgroup, 31 Oct 2017.Greely Lions Club President Paul Elford presents a cheque to the Greely Cooperative Playgroup, 31 Oct 2017.On Hallowe'en the Greely Lions presented a cheque to the Greely Cooperative Playgroup.  The Playgroup provides children and care givers the opportunity to meet and interact with each other.  The donation from the Lions Club will ensure that the Playgroup can continue to provide this much needed service through 2017 and into 2018.

Seniors Tea 21 Oct 17.  L to R: Councillor/Lion George Darouze, Lions Cecil Stanley, Mike Boomer, David Eggett and Doug ThompsonSeniors Tea 21 Oct 17. L to R: Councillor/Lion George Darouze, Lions Cecil Stanley, Mike Boomer, David Eggett and Doug ThompsonOn 21 October 2017 the Greely Lions joined with Councillor George Darouze (a member of the club), the Greely Volunteer Firemen and Ottawa City Police to serve tea to the regions seniors at the Metcalfe Town Hall.  Shown here, Councillor/Lion George Darouze, Lions Cecil Stanley, Mike Boomer, David Eggett and Doug Thompson.

TFriendship Arch September 2017Friendship Arch September 2017he newly acquired Lions Friendship Arch was installed at the intersection of Meadow Dr and Bank St.  The Greely Lions will landscape the area around the arch in the spring to ensure that residents and visitors to our village know that they are welcome.

Live and Learn Centre Cheque Presentation 2 Oct 17 (L to R) Greely Lions Club President Paul Elford, Lion Ellen Boisvenue Events Coordinator with Maria Crosby and Leigh Gillies from the Live and Learn CentreLive and Learn Centre Cheque Presentation 2 Oct 17 (L to R) Greely Lions Club President Paul Elford, Lion Ellen Boisvenue Events Coordinator with Maria Crosby and Leigh Gillies from the Live and Learn CentreThis year the Greely Lions Club partnered with the Metcalfe Rural Family Connections Live and Learn Centre for the annual Charity Golf Scramble.  This highly successful event raised over $13,00 for local charities.  On 2 October, the Club presented a cheque to the Rural Family Connections for their half of the funds raised.  Shown here (L to R) Greely Lions Club President Paul Elford and Lion Ellen Boisvenue presenting to Maria Crosby and Leigh Gillies from the Live and Learn Centre.

On Osgoode Care Centre Cheque Presentation 18 Sep 2017.Osgoode Care Centre Cheque Presentation 18 Sep 2017.6 May 2017 the Greely Lions Club held a fundraising dinner dance in tribute to Dr. Donald Merrett.  Among the many recipients of the proceeds from this event was the Osgoode Care Centre which received $30,000 (L to R) Mr. Al Graham, Lion John Stacey, Ms. Lorri Norris-Dudley the Executive Director of the Osgoode Care Centre and Greely Lions Past President Lee Nickerson. 

Monday 18 June 2018

Annual Golf Scramble at the Metcalfe Golf and Country Club

Registration at 10:30 AM

Lunch at Noon

Shotgun Start at 1:00 PM

Only $125 per golfer and includes lunch, green fees, power cart and dinner after the tournament

Download Registration Here

Download Sponsorship Forms Here

2018 Greely Lions Golf Scramble Poster2018 Greely Lions Golf Scramble Poster