Welcome from the President

As this years President of the Hantsport & District Lions Club, I would like to welcome you to our web page. Being members of Lions Clubs International, the largest service club organization in the world, is something that we are proud of. Our commitment to ” WE SERVE ” enables us to help those in the community who are less fortunate than ourselves. Whether it be fund raising projects or service activities, we give our time freely with the knowledge that our efforts will benefit others in need.

Nearly 1,400,000 men and women throughout the world are members of Lions Clubs International. We are positive service minded people who have volunteered our time and energy to help those in need, at the same time we enjoy a good social life and have developed friendships with Lions throughout the world that have the same aim as ourselves. Our language may differ, but our purpose is the same— to serve those in need. The reasons for membership are many and varied. If you can give a little of your spare time:

* Enjoy serving the community

* Enjoy meeting people

* Enjoy making new friends

* Enjoy helping those who are less fortunate than yourself

Why not consider joining us. There are no special skills required. You do not have to be in any particular age group except be of legal age or of any particular standing in the community. We are always looking for prospective new members and if you would like more information on our organization or club please browse the rest of our web site or feel free to contact any Lions member.

We welcome your comments. E-mail them to: themackenzies@ns.sympatico.ca

Yours in Lionism

Lion Brent Parks


Please Note:

The Hantsport & District Lions Club meets the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of each month (except July & August)at the ST. ANDREW’S ANGLICAN CHURCH HALL located at Chittick Avenue (next to Tim Horton’s), Hantsport, Nova Scotia.


The Lake Echo Lions Club will be hosting The District N2 Winter Cabinet Meeting February 4th, 2017. For info please click on following link:

Winter Cabinet February 4 2017
WINTER CABINET 2017 Registraion & Luncheon Tickets


Good morning!

Are you comfortable with computers? Would you be interested in volunteering some time?

As you may be aware the Hants County Senior Safety Association is partnering with the West Hants Learning Networks to deliver Computer Basics for Seniors. The workshops are free and the idea is to have seniors learn at their own pace and be more comfortable with technology, the internet and social media. (poster is attached)

We are looking for a few seniors who  already work with computers and IPAD’s to come in to the centre for a few hours and assist the instructor.  So really, it would be ‘seniors mentoring seniors!’

If you are interested and would like more information please give me a call at 902-300-1459

Thank you

Lisa Wallace

Hants County Senior Safety Association


Computer Basics Poster-page-001


The HANTSPORT & DISTRICT LIONS CLUB along with other Lions Clubs in Nova Scotia is involved in a USED SLEEP APNEA EQUIPMENT PROGRAM in Association with the Lung Association of Nova Scotia to collect USED SLEEP APNEA EQUIPMENT such as Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) and Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure (BiPAP) machines that individuals no longer need. These machines would be then turned over to the Lung Association where they would be refurbished and donated to assist individuals with sleep apnea by providing them free of cost to those who cannot afford them by the Lung Association of Nova Scotia. Do you have a USED SLEEP APNEA EQUIPMENT you no longer need and wish to donate? If so, please contact any member of the Hantsport & District Lions Club.

Rockin The Vest

Lions club members come together in this humorous hip hop video.
The lyrics focus on what wearing the yellow Lions club vest means to the community. Whenever a Lions club gets together, problems get smaller. And communities get better. That’s because we help where help is needed – in our own communities and around the world – with unmatched integrity and energy.
Our 46,000 clubs and 1.35 million members make us the world’s largest service club organization.

Click the following link:



To view or download a copy of the Current Issue of the Nova Scotia Lion please click the following link:

NS Lion May June 2016

District Governor Newsletter


To view or download a copy of District Governor Claire Brunelle’s Newsletter for October, 2016 please click the following:

DG Newsletter – October 2016





NOTICE: The Hantsport & District Lions Club will be holding their next LIONS BREAKFAST on Saturday, November 5th, 2016 at the St. Andrew’s Anglican Church Hall, Chittick Avenue, Hantsport, N.S.. Breakfast is from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m and costs Adults $ 7.00, 6-12 years old $ 3.50, children 5 & under free. Proceeds for Lions Service Projects.


The Hantsport & District Lions Club participates in the VALLEY LIONS RADIO BINGO. It is broadcasted on Annapolis Valley Radio (AVR) on Monday evenings from 7 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. In the Hantsport Area Bingo Cards are available from:

Avonport General Store, Avonport
Independent Grocer, Hantsport
Valley Credit Union
Pharmasave Drug Store
Glosscap Variety
The Hantsport & District Lions Club thanks these locations for their support. Proceeds are used to promote and support Lions Community service projects.