©2013, Village of Bawlf, All Rights Reserved. | Administrative Office located at 203 Hanson Street. Mailing Address: Box 40, Bawlf, Alberta T0B 0J0
Open 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Closed from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
Population of 422, located 24 km east of Camrose, Alberta on Highway 13.
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Civic addresses and corresponding Lot Block and Plan
Village of Bawlf's Monthly Newsletter
Information about setting up services
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HOW BAWLF LIONS SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITY
a.Equipment for visually impaired students
b.Funding/labour for school playground
c.Major funding for score clock and sound system
d.Funding for lunch program
e.Sponsor one lunch day
f.Funding for band program
g.Funding for leadership development trips
h.Awards program funding
i.Funding for underprivileged athletes
j.Project Pride: Issue certificates and Canadian flags to Grade 1 students at school awards program
a.Funding for audio books
b.Funding and support for Christmas party
c.Labour for outside beautification project (upcoming)
a.General funding support (in the past)
a.Funded building and furnishing new Community Centre
b.Ongoing funding of Community Centre
c.Labour to construct Community Park ball diamonds
e.Stocking trout pond
f.Funding for Family Day
g.Sponsor and run Family Fun Day at the Community Park
a.Funding for ECS
b.Funding for Daycare/After School Care program
a.Financial assistance to RCMP Auxiliary Constable program
b.Organize fundraisers for families experiencing difficulty
c.Maintained and upgraded old Community Hall
d.Labour to replace roof of old Senior Centre
e.Purchased and planted trees in Village
f.Assist Legion with their programs
h.Funding to Daysland Hospital
i.Funding to Daysland Golf Course
j.Funding to St. Mary's Hospital
k.Funding to Providence Place
l.Funding to Daysland Handivan
m.Funding for Legion Summer Family Camp program
n.Provide needed casino workers for all local groups
1.Lions Diabetes Education program
2.STARS (Lions started STARS 30 years ago!)
5.Sight and Hearing Research
6.Camp HeHoHa (for handicapped Albertans
1.Dog Guides Canada (Free service dogs for sight, hearing, epileptics, companionship, etc)
2.Leader Dogs for the Blind (Free service dogs for the blind)
3.Lions Clubs International Foundation provides funding for
a.Youth personal growth and drug education programs
c.Medical research and services, especially in third world countries
d.Eye glasses/hearing aids collection for reuse, especially in third world countries
e.Programs such as Houses for Humanity
Lions Clubs International is, and Lions Clubs are, annually recognized worldwide for financial transparency. ALL funds (and interest from those funds) raised during community fundraisers are used for charitable purposes. Many governments and philanthropical foundations match or double any funds donated by LCIF.
WE NEED HELP FROM OUR COMMUNITY
We welcome members of our community to join our Club to help with the work we do. Much of what we have accomplished is due to past community support. Without that support we cannot function effectively.
We need continued community support in our fundraising activities, e.g.
a.Bingos (in the past)
b.Mothers Day Breakfast
c.Grey Cup pool
d.Pig ‘n Whistle
e.Fall Supper (cancelled due to lack of community support)
g.New ideas?? Help us out with suggestions and support
The Bawlf Lions members have collectively donated literally thousands of hours of time serving this community and have raised/donated over $1.5 Million.
The Lion's Club meets the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month at the Bawlf Community Centre at 7:30pm
For more information please contact:
Daryl Reinke (780) 373-3775
Gordie Blatz (780) 373-3733
Larry or Linda Nikiforuk
or any Lion's Club member.