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Streetside Community Kitchen 

The Streetside Community Kitchen is a 26-foot trailer that contains a portable, fully equipped kitchen unveiled by the Tsawwassen Boundary Bay Lions Club in late November. The mobile kitchen was first brought up in discussion between the Lions and the Corporation of Delta two years ago as a resource for emergency response. Now, the kitchen can run for 28 hours without refueling and includes such kitchen items as a grill, stove top, deep fryer, charbroiler, full size fridge and freezer – everything the Lions need to provide food to first responders and community members during an emergency.

This project shows Lions’ commitment to being prepared and providing assistance should the community ever need it. In times of disaster and emergency, a simple hot meal can make a world of difference in someone’s life.

In addition, the Lions would like to partner with any community group or organization, to provide onsite food services, while also providing an opportunity for revenue sharing. The Kitchen will also be found at many community events throughout the year. Please come out and support the Streetside Community Kitchen. As always, the profits from this project will be returned to our community


2019 Events

Jan 1 Polar Bear swim at Centennial Beach

April 27/28   Sunnyside Nurseries Plant Fund Raiser

May 4/5       OWL Open House

May 7         Track Meet at South Delta Secondary School

May 25/26   Ladner May Days

June 8/9     Swim Tournament at Winskill

June 12 Delta Management Amazing Race

June 16       Fathers Day Breakfast at Centennial Beach

July 1          Canada Day Celebration at Diefenbaker Park

July 20        Boundary Bay Airshow

Aug 5         Pancake Breakfast at Sun Festival 

Aug 10 Delta Play Day at Ladner Leisure Center

Aug 18 Ladner Quilt and Car Show 

Sep 6 Southpointe Welcome Back       






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UPDATED January 24, 2019



Tsawwassen Boundary Bay Lions

The meeting was called to order by Lion President Kim Carswell at 7:00 pm.

26 members were present.

PREVIOUS MINUTES: Moved by Lion Steve Scott that the minutes of Jan. 21 be accepted as

published on the website and via email, seconded by Lion Roger Lasell. Carried

CORRESPONDENCE: letters for financial assistance received from Canadian Red Cross and Meals

on Wheels and passed on to the Community Donations Committee


1. Financial Report: Lion Harry Siempelkamp moved that the treasurer’s report be accepted as

circulated, seconded by Lion Rick Marks, Carried.

2. Nominating Committee: Lion President Kim Carswell reported that the committee of Lions

Murray Hastings, Gary Keller and Kim Carswell were actively recruiting the new executive and

will meet the week of Feb.11 to identify new candidates. Nominating meeting will be Apr. 1 and

elections, if required, will be held at the Annual General meeting on Apr. 15

3. Community Donations Committee: Lion Roger Lasell moved that the club donate $1000 to

the SDSS Rugby Club and $1000 to the SDSS Football Club for their assistance at the Tree

Chipping Event. Seconded by Lions Alan Calderwood. Carried.

Lions Allan Calderwood, Roger Lasell and Kim Carswell will organize a “Big Cheque”

presentation to the SDSS clubs.

CDC Chairman Roger Lasell asked the membership to consider individuals or groups that may

benefit from some financial assistance from the TBBL. They should contact Roger Lasell or

any member of the Donations Committee.

4. Canada Day Coordinator: Lion President Kim Carswell announced that Lion Peter Hay had

volunteered to head the committee., assisted by Lions Marilyn Elford, Steve Dane, Peter

Thesiger and Chris Heywood.

5. Grauer Park update: Lion Alan Calderwood gave a detailed report on this project from

inception until today. Details are available on the Lions website.

Lions Peter Thesiger and Steve Dane compiled a 7 page document from archived minutes of

all the discussions pertaining to the Grauer Park project. This document was emailed to all

members and is posted on the TBBL website under “Members only / Notices to Membership”

password TBBLmembers).

Lion Alan Calderwood moved that $10,000 be moved into the Grauer Park fund for the next

phase of this project, seconded by Lion David Smith. Carried. It should be noted that these

funds will be available to other projects should the need arise, and only be used for Grauer

Park upon further approval of the club members.

6. Good and Welfare of Members: Lion President Kim Carswell reported that Lion Gerry Hintz

had just passed away, after a length illness. He also commented on the service for Emma

Melnyk held on Saturday.

7. Round Table: Lion Allan Calderwood suggested that we should sponsor a member to attend

the District H Spring Conference on March 15/16 to represent the TBBL. This will be discussed

at the Board meeting on Feb. 19

TERMINATION/ADJOURNMENT: The meeting was terminated at 8:05 pm

CLUB CALENDAR: March 15/16 – District 19H Spring Conference - Chilliwack