Grauer Park Childrens Playground - 2018

A Joint project of the Tsawwassen Boundary Bay Lions Club and the City of Delta, this park will be a natural playground with wheelchair accessible material on the ground throughout the playground area. Total cost of this playground will be in excess of $125,000 and donors are welcome to participate and have their organization recognized with contributions of $5000 or more.

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REACH  Child and Youth Development Society - 2016

In partnership with Lions Clubs International Foundation, donated over $115,000

Playground for Children of All Abilities - 2010

-added to existing playground with equipment specifically designed for children with disabilities

Note: Province of BC built 3 of these as an Olympic Legacy after assisting us with funding

Seniors Wellness Center at Winskill Park - 2004

- designed and installed equipment specifically for senior activities

Note: The Province of BC built 10 of these after assisting us with funding.

We are still receiving calls from all over the world requesting assistance to build a similar project.

Children’s Playground at Centennial Beach - 2002

-removed existing wooden structure and replaced with new equipment

Cammidge House Restoration - 2000

– relocation and restoration of Historic Tsawwassen Residence into a Community Center    

Recent Community Support Projects

The Tsawwassen Boundary Bay Lions Club recently presented a cheque for $3,000 to the Delta Hospital and Community Health Foundation to purchase a scale for clinics at the hospital. The scale is used for health assessments, including monitoring for pre-diabetes and other age-related health concerns. Pictured (from left) are club president Kim Carswell, treasurer Harry Siempelkamp, Dr. Katalin Balogh, nurse Tania Blair, Maryann Kika of the seniors’ clinic and Angela Turner of the Delta Hospital and Community Health Foundation.

 Delta Optimist Sept. 17, 2018 Photograph by Kathleen Carswell

Delta Optimist Sept. 17, 2018 Photograph by Kathleen Carswell

The Tsawwassen Boundary Bay Lions Club presented a $500 cheque to help fill the Delta Gymnastics’ Playbox with supplies for spring and summer activities. The toys are free for all to use from the front door of the Delta Sport Development Centre in Ladner. Pictured are (from left): Ellyn Schriber of Delta Gymnastics, Tsawwassen Boundary Bay Lions Club president Murray Hastings, three very happy kids, Lion Kim Carswell and coach Jasmine McLean.

 Delta Optimist   June 5, 2018

Delta Optimist June 5, 2018

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UPDATED November 15, 2018