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Pouch Cove Days Brunch

Saturday 6 July

Two Sittings 11 AM & Noon.

Cost:  $12 – Adults, $6 – 12 and under.

Contact Danny – 631-8046

Pouch Cove Days Dance

Saturday 6 July at 9 PM.

Hawaiian Theme with FAHRENHEIT.

Tickets $10.  Available at Town Hall.

Guide Dog Walk

Snowfest Dinner

Last Bingo before summer

This Thursday is the last Bingo before the summer break.

The jackpot is at $2600.  Come out and bring your friends.

Special halftime break!

New Members

The Pouch Cove Lions Club had the honour of inducting 8 new members last night. Welcome Lion Pam & Lion Darryl Bonnell, Lion Ruth & Lion Lloyd Collins, Lion Bridget Hillier, Lion Bernadine & Lion Peter Power and Lion Catherine Wickens. Thank you to Zone 8 Chair, Lion Maureen Hynes, for performing the induction ceremony.

Pouch Cove Days Lions Dance 2017

With a very generous sponsorship donation from the Atlantic Lottery Corporation, the Lions Club held a dance in conjunction with Pouch Cove Days 2017 Friday night, 30 June.   The band Fahrenheit entertained everyone with great music and a great sound.  The Lions Club also  BBQ’d Moose Burgers.  Which tasted fantastic.  Thank you to all who attended.                                                                

Above, Rebecca Bishop, Atlantic Lottery Brand Ambassador, presents a sponsorship cheque to Lion President, Greg King and Pouch Cove Days 2017 Chairperson, Susan O’Keefe.  Thank you ALC!

Name the Lions Mascot

The Pouch Cove Lions Club held a contest at Cape St Francis Elementary School to name our mascot.  Students submitted many outstanding entries and choosing one proved to be a tough task.  The winning entry was submitted by Max Knight.  Max’s entry read:

“I think the Lions Club Lion should be named “Lendy Lion” because the Lions Club is always there to lend a helping hand when someone needs them”.

For Max’s winning entry he received a bike and helmet.

Congratulations Max.

School Support

One of the great pleasures of being the Lions Club President is when I can present support to our local school.  The Lions Club has donated thousands of dollars to the school which is always great appreciated to those who are educating our youth.

Above, King Lion Greg King and the Lion Mascot, Lendy, presents $1000 to the school Principal, Kelly Pinsent.

Project Pride

As president of the Lions Club I had the pleasure of presenting Canada Flag and certificates to Cape St Francis Elementary School Grade 1 classes.  Across the country, Lions Clubs have the opportunity
to express their own pride in their community and country, as well as instill a level of pride in the country’s young people.  The certificate describes the diversity of our country and the pride we have in being Canadian. Lions Clubs from British Columbia to Newfoundland
are participating in this project and are sharing their community and national pride with over 40,000 students each year.

Thank you Staff and Students.

Community Support

The Pouch Cove Lions Club had the pleasure of providing financial assistance to the three Pouch Cove churches that suffered damage during the recent windstorm.  Receiving donations were Father Paul Lundrigan, St Agnes Parish,Mike Gillingham, All Saints Anglican Church & Rev. Grant Stuckless, Pouch Cove Memorial Church.   It was a great night of fellowship and exemplified why we became Lions. WE SERVE.

About the Club

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The Pouch Cove Lions Club was granted its charter on December 20. 1982 with 31 charter members. The first Charter Night dinner was held February 25, 1983. It was chaired by President Joe Scanlon of the Portugal Cove Lions Club, the sponsoring club. The Charter President was Clayton King.

In its early years, the club met at the Satellite Lounge until it acquired its own building, the former satellite tracking station located on Satellite Rd. The building was refurbished through volunteer labour by club members and was officially opened March 16, 1985.

The building serves as a place for Lions’ meetings and other functions and is also used by many other community groups.

Contact Us

We’d love to hear from you. We’re on social media, if you have a quick question or if you just want to say hi. For inquiries feel free to call, email or use the contact form to the right. We can’t wait to hear from you soon!

(709) 335-2070
Satellite Rd
Pouch Cove
Newfoundland, CAN