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Vulcan Lions Club

A group of Vulcan well minded gentlemen embraced the International Association of Lions Club’s mission and in 1944 the Lions Club of Vulcan was created with 24 members and was chartered on November 11, the same year.

Our Club is also registered with Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) as a charitable organization, meaning we can issue official donation receipts for income tax purposes.

Vulcan Lions Club Fundraising & Support Services
  • Casinos

  • 50/50 Draw (cash raffle)

  • Pancake breakfasts

  • Beef on a Bun

  • Steak & Lobster (Postponed - Covid)

  • Farm Field project (we rent a field and most, if not all, goods and services are donated- then we sell the crop)

Local Service Projects
  • Support swimming pool and water park

  • Own and maintain the Handi-bus for the use of elderly citizens and physically challenged individuals

  • Own and maintain a large barbeque that is available to rent

  • Lions' scholarship

  • Financial and manpower support for local events such as the rodeo and Spock Days, etc.

Abroad Service Projects
  • Lions youth camp

  • Lions eye bank

  • Lions eyeglass recycling

  • Lions service dog training

  • Disaster relief such as flood victims in High River and Calgary and more recently in Beirut, Lebanon and BC; wildfire in Fort McMurray etc.

Vulcan Lions Club Community Contributions

Here are some organizations who received help from our club.

  • County Central High School

  • Camp Carmangay

  • Canadian Center for Missing Children

  • Canadian Institute for the Blind

  • Vulcan Extended Care

  • Vulcan Extended Care Auxiliary

  • Family & Community Support Services (FCSS)

  • Vulcan & District AG Society

  • Vulcan & District Historical Society

  • Vulcan & District Recreation Board

  • Vulcan Curling Club

  • Vulcan Day Care Society

  • Vulcan Flying Club

  • Vulcan Library Board

  • Vulcan Food Bank Society

  • Vulcan Girl Guides

  • Lodge Hall Society

  • Marquis Foundation

  • Prairie View Elementary School

  • Rainbow Literacy

  • Sid Hartung Memorial Rodeo

  • Vulcan Health Care Auxiliary

  • Vulcan Fire Department

  • Vulcan Minor Hockey

  • Vulcan United Church

  • Vulcan Regional Victim Services Society

  • Wheat Country Special Needs

  • Local families in need

Town of Vulcan Swimming Pools
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Over the years our Club contributed in many ways to the well-being of the Vulcan community. Among others, Lions built two (2) community swimming pools. The first one was built in 1946 at a cost of $25,000, with, of course, many volunteer hours from Lion’s members and other members of the community.


The second pool was built in 1977 at a cost of $275,000 and again with lots of support from volunteers. We were extremely thankful for the major contributions the Vulcan Community, as a whole, provided to both of these pool projects.

The Lion’s Club was once again deeply involved in the third community swimming pool project. Since June 2016, we have received major support from Vulcan (Town & County) residents, businesses, corporations, foundations, local service clubs and other not-for-profit organizations, not only in fundraising but also by creating a big buzz for this great community project which is now a reality. The new swimming pool was ready for the 2021 Season. 

Many, many thanks to all of you who have contributed, in one way or another, to the success of these Community Projects!
We are Seeking New Members
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We are actively looking for new members.  If you are interested, please join now!

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