New members are always welcome !!! Although the Kin organization dates back more than 80 years, there’s nothing old-fashioned about what Kinsmen do. Projects are interesting and fun, get you into the community, and they’re always rewarding.
You’ll be proud of the work you do helping others less fortunate in our community, and pleased with the personal benefits that result. There are many leadership and development opportunities both at a club level, and also within the Kin Canada association itself.
Kin Canada clubs make up the country’s largest all Canadian service group, with more than 7,450 members belong to 528 Kinsmen, Kinette and Kin clubs from coast to coast. Members work together to serve their communities’ greatest needs by promoting service, fellowship, family values, and national pride. So, if you’d like to give something back to your community, join our Kinsmen club today, and brighten the horizon – for yourself and your community.
It’s easy to get started – Come out to a meeting, you’ll be glad you did.
The Kinsmen meet regularly at the Lions Hall (Gorham St., Liverpool) or Kinsmen residences on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of every month, September through June.
Contact our club president, Brian Godfrey – 902-350-0249 to inquire about future meetings.