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The Riverview Lions Club Community Centre on Coverdale Road has a large capacity accessible main hall that can accommodate nearly any function. Previous uses have been dances for up to 250 people, election polls, minor sports auctions, numerous community events, wedding reception and all sorts of private party events. Check out our Rental page for more information.
The Riverview Lions Club carries out ongoing service projects by providing volunteers to assist others.
- We offer pancake breakfasts for various causes
- We provide fundraisers
- We provide delivery of food boxes at Christmas
- Crib Nights for Diabetes
- Eye glass collection for countries in need
- Town of Riverview events
- Donating our hall saves non-profit organizations thousands a year in rental costs
Serving Riverview since 1960!
A NOTE FROM OUR PRESIDENT
Riverview “A Great Place to Grow” captured my heart, my ideals, and a place I wanted to be a part of. Having been born in Halifax, then living in Chatham and Campbellton, my wife Sherron and I decided to make our home in the town of Riverview in 1986, with our two children Crista and TJ and now proud grand parents of two grandchildren.
With a mission of wanting to give back and making a difference in the lives of others and our community, I became a local business owner. As a licenced mechanic by trade, I opened and operated “Dents and Stones” (also Riverview Rust Check) with the support of my family.
I served as Vice-President of the Downtown Business Association and served on the board of directors of the Greater Moncton Street Rod Association and in 2011 joined the Riverview Lions Club.
Community involvement and providing support to others has always been my main motivator, to improve the lives of others and provide opportunities to those individuals and groups to assist in their development. Just seeing the smiles on their faces, I know I have made a positive impact on their lives by giving back.
As recognition for my commitment and dedication to service over the years, I received the Volunteer of the Year Award on behalf of the Downtown Business Association; Community Spirit Award from the Town of Riverview; the Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce Emerging Business Award and a Melvin Jones Fellowship Award by the Riverview Lions Club, which is one of the highest honors a Lion is recognized for.
When not committed to conducting business, I enjoy drag racing, street rods, the Atlantic Nationals and anything automotive.
Now retired and having chaired and participated in various service projects and committees as well as serving on the board of directors, I am proud to be currently serving in the role of President of the Riverview Lions Club. The Lions motto is “We Serve” and I look forward to the challenges and opportunities presented this year while serving. Our International President’s message is “Together We Can.”
“We live, we give, and we serve as one. Because we know that together we are more. Together, there are no limits.”
Mike Stone, 2022-2023 Riverview Lions Club President