Meetings: 19:00 on the 1st and 3rd Mondays,  at Agincourt Recreation Centre.

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The Agincourt Lions Club was established in 1944, when Agincourt was still a rural community outside the city of Toronto.

Years later, the Scarborough Cedarbrae Lions Club merged with the Golden Mile Lions Club to form the Scarborough Cedarbrae – Golden Mile Lions Club. Lions Clubs International granted the club’s charter on February 22, 1965.

As of 2023, the clubs have merged. We continue to operate under the Agincourt Lions Club banner. We are proud to continue the relationship with the city, established when the Agincourt Lions donated to the city of Scarborough the land on which the Agincourt Recreation Centre now stands.

ALC has a long history of varied fundraising activities to support many worthy causes.

Until a few years ago, SCGM ran an annual golf tournament fundraiser in conjunction with Toronto Police Service’s TAVIS group. The club also staged an annual show to entertain disabled and senior community neighbours. More recently, we have sold Lions Christmas Cakes as a fundraising project. We began work with the City of Toronto on a new raffle initiative in autumn, 2017.

The club has directed its support to many youth-oriented concerns. Among others, we traditionally support District A711’s Pee Wee Baseball tournament at the Canadian National Exhibition, and our district Effective Speaking contest for English and French speaking kids in grades 4 to 12.

Over the years, SCGM membership has started to shrink. Right now, we need new energy. If you are interested in the Lions organization, if you think being part of the world’s largest humanitarian organization might be worthwhile, if you want to meet new people, and matter in your community… let’s talk.

Our Leo Club (on hiatus)

SCGM also sponsors the Scarborough Kingsway Leo Club. Though Leo membership is dormant, the charter remains. SCGM remains hopeful that the Leo club will emerge refreshed and renewed.

About Leos and Lions

There are about 44,000 Lions Clubs in over 200 countries. About 1.4 million people are Lions.

Among the requirements for membership in a Lions club is age. All Lions are 18 or over.

The Leos program provides a way for younger people to get involved, too. Alpha Leos are 12-18 years old. Omega Leo Clubs can also be formed, with Leos aged 18-30.

There are almost 7000 Leos Clubs in about 150 countries. That’s about 167,000 Leos around the world.

Learn a lot more about Lions.

Learn a lot more about Leos.

Leo Club Objective

To provide the youth of the world with an opportunity for development and contribution, individually and collectively, as responsible members of the local, national and international community.

Leo Club Motto

Leadership – Develop skills as a project organizer, time manager and team leader.

Experience – Learn how teamwork, cooperation and collaboration can bring exciting changes to your community and the world.

Opportunity – Make friends and feel the rewards of community service.