Catholic Women’s League
Kathy Baker: 613-659-3050
One of the primary aims of the Gananoque Horticultural Society is Community beautification. This is accomplished by encouraging local residents to develop their own gardens through our educational speakers and seminars. Members and visitors have the opportunity to see what others have done on garden tours, as well as through flower exhibitions and competitions
"Serving the Community's Greatest Need"
The Kinsmen Club of Gananoque meets bi-weekly on Monday nights.
President : John Hughes
Meet the 1st and 3rd Thursdays at The Gananoque Curling Club
300 William Street South
Lions Clubs International Objectives:
TO CREATE and foster a spirit of understanding amongst the people of the world.
TO PROMOTE principles of good government and good citizenship.
TO TAKE an active interest in the civic, cultural, social, and moral welfare of the community.
TO UNITE the clubs in the bonds of friendship, good fellowship, and mutual understanding.
TO PROVIDE a forum for the open discussion of all matters of public interest: provided however, that partisan politics and sectarian religion shall not be debated by club members.
TO ENCOURAGE service-minded people to serve their community without personal financial reward, and to encourage efficiency and high ethical standards in commerce, industry, professions, public works and private endeavors.
Lioness Club - 1000 Islands
Freda White: 613-659-2660
Gananoque Choral Society
Bruce McLeod: 613-382-0165
Gananoque Teen Choir & Band
Jay Mitler: 613-382-3886
Probus Club of Gananoque is a social club for senior or retirees that meets the second Tuesday of every month at the Lou Jeffries Community Centre (Arena) at 9:30 AM. A topical speaker and a social period with refreshments are enjoyed. For more information on Probus, check out Probus Canada web site and follow the link to the Gananoque Club. Guests are welcome.
President: Peter Murray
Martha Landon: 613-659-2419
Shirley McAlonan: 613-387-3304
Rotary Club of Gananoque
The main objective of Rotary is service — in the community, in the workplace, and throughout the world. Rotarians develop community service projects that address many of today's most critical issues, such as children at risk, poverty and hunger, the environment, illiteracy, and violence. They also support programs for youth, educational opportunities and international exchanges for students, teachers, and other professionals, and vocational and career development.