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Beeton Lawn Bowling Club 91st Anniversary

Simcoe-Grey MPP Brian Saunderson extended greetings to members of the Beeton Lawn Bowling Club on behalf of the Province of Ontario and the people of Simcoe-Grey in recognition of the club celebrating its 91st Anniversary.

“This historic occasion certainly demonstrates the strength of Beeton’s unwavering community spirit. For generations, the club has provided recreational activities and fellowship to residents. The longevity of the Beeton Lawn Bowling Club is truly remarkable, and clearly, thanks to the hard work and dedication of the many volunteers, the success story will continue to play out for years to come” said MPP Saunderson.

“In addition, we are celebrating club improvements made possible by a $15,300 Capital Grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation in 2022. These funds helped the club purchase a greens shaver mower and de-thatcher. This equipment will help the club maintain its reputation of providing an excellent playing surface” Saunderson added.

Congratulations to Debbie Morrison, President of the Beeton Lawn Bowling Club, members and volunteers on this remarkable anniversary.

Back: Councillors- Nicole Cox, Chris Rapin, Wendy Gabrek
Front: Walton Prime (Beeton Lawn Bowling Club) on behalf of MPP Saunderson, Simcoe-Grey
            Marv Chantler- Ontario Trillium Foundation, volunteer
            Debbie Morrison, President, Beeton Lawn Bowling Club
            Mayor Norcross, Town of  New Tecumseth 

Mission / Mandate Statement:
“Our mission is to provide a location, within the New Tecumseth Township, where people can gather to participate in an invigorating sport, and enjoy the camaraderie of others, in a friendly, safe, and welcoming environment.”

Typical lawn bowling activities include member bowling on Monday and Thursday evenings, and during the days Monday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. Once a week during the months of July and August, facilities are used by C.L.A.S.S. Community Living.

Monday evening bowling is followed by a social event where members gather for refreshments and camaraderie. In addition, club volunteers offer the facilities to seniors from Simcoe Manor once a week.

Tournaments are open to members friends and other clubs. the B.L.B.C operates from mid April
until the end of September, weather permitting.