Weston Lions Arena donates $10,000 to food bank

I’m told the  Weston Lions Arena has the best french fries in Toronto—and I’m embarrassed to say I have never tried them. They must be good though, because the volunteer-run snack bar just donated $10,000 in proceeds to Weston Area Emergency Support, the local food bank, despite having the season cut short.
The gracious organizers have a ton of class, too. They wish
to  thank Weston Minor Hockey League and GTA hockey families and teams for their support throughout our 70th season.  All of our Snack Bar workers are Lions club or student volunteers.  All sale proceeds from our coffee, pop and Famous Arena Fries are directed back into the community.

Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.

4 thoughts on “Weston Lions Arena donates $10,000 to food bank”

  1. Not surprising to hear this. Weston was – and still is – an incredibly caring community. Weston Lions – Sandy and Jane Ross and all – good on you! And yes, those fries were delicious!

  2. I don’t know about those fries – an obvious, a guilty pleasure for many. But, that donation is most nutritiously generous.

    Nicely done, Lions.

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