Foothills Lions Club

“We Serve”

When caring people join together, roll up their sleeves and take action to make their community better, it’s a beautiful thing—and an incredible feeling for everyone involved. That’s Lions. Being a Lion is about leading by example, building relationships and improving the world through kindness. It’s 1.4 million caring men and women around the globe serving together so they can make a lasting impact and change more lives.


Lion Don Ward Legacy Scholarship

The Foothills Lions Club has established the Lion Don Ward Legacy Scholarship
Fund. The fund invites members of the Foothills Lion Club and their immediate
families to apply to the fund and who also meet the Scholarship criteria
described below.
The board of the Lion Don Ward Legacy Scholarship fund will award a
scholarship of a value of $2000.00, provided by the Foothills Lions Club, to the
applicant who meets the Legacy Scholarship criteria.
There will potentially be five (5) Legacy scholarships, of Two Thousand dollars
(Canadian), awarded in any calendar year. Starting in 2023.

The Lion Don Ward Legacy Scholarship will be award to students who:
 Live in Alberta
 Have or will have graduated from Grade 12 at the time of presentation
and have acceptance at a post secondary institution of one or more years
of study leading to a certificate or degree.
 Have not reached their 20th birthday at time of application.
 Those who have received the Lion Don Ward Legacy Scholarship in the
past will not qualify for future grants from the Lion Don Ward Legacy
Scholarship fund.

 Demonstrate a commitment to humanitarian causes and exhibit Lion’s
service-oriented philosophy by actively volunteering in their
Submit the following items to the Foothills Lions Club:

 A transcript of most recent marks from the educational institution last
 Confirmation of acceptance (e.g., tuition receipt), the name of the post
secondary institution and the specific field, school, or faculty into which
they are enrolling.
 Letters of reference (maximum of four) with a detailed summary of their
character; leadership roles within the school, involvement in extra-
curricular activities at school; involvement in organizations in the
community at large; work experiences and special interests/hobbies.
 One-page self-written letter expressing why they should receive the

Join us to be a part of the change in Diamond Valley area.

Contact Us

Tim Bears President


403-933-5785 (Main office)

Snail Mail:

Foothills Lions Club
Box 811
Black Diamond, Alberta
T0L 0H0


1st Tuesday of month – 7:00 pm

3rd Tuesday of month – 7:00 pm Dinner Meeting

Location – Royal Canadian Legion, 121 Sunset Blvd. East,

Turner Valley, Alberta

No meetings during July and August


Lions International
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Town of Black Diamond
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