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BC Lions

Team gives on and off the field

50/50 at home games

Last season, sales from 50/50 tickets at Lions home games helped raise more than $155,000 for junior football in the province. In 2010, the 50/50 draw will continue to support junior football, while contributing funds to Football BC, the BC Secondary School Football Association and the BC Community Football Association.

Courage for Kids

The BC Lions Football Club is pleased to partner with the United Way of the Lower Mainland for the Courage For Kids program. The BC Lions Courage For Kids program enables less fortunate children and

Geroy Simon in action at last year’s BC Lions Charity Golf Classic.

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their families to attend a Lions football game at Empire Field. In 2009, more than 10,000 tickets were donated through this initiative, which was made possible by the generosity of our Courage For Kids corporate partners and the United Way of the Lower Mainland.

Every yard counts

In 2010, the BC Lions will continue to partner with BC Children’s Hospital for the Every Yard Counts program, which provides an opportunity for children receiving ongoing medical treatment to attend a Lions home game. In addition to experiencing the excitement and emotion of a CFL game, the children also have an opportunity to meet their football heroes face-to-face.

Lions tackle hunger

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Purolator team up to “Tackle Hunger” at one home game during the season. On this special night, Lions fans are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items and/or a cash donation to support the Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society. In 2010, the Lions will once again team up with Purolator to Tackle Hunger on Aug. 7 when they host the Calgary Stampeders at Empire Field.

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Teeing up for charity

Kaching

Last season, the annual BC Lions Charity Golf Classic helped raise more than $70,000 for the Make-aWish Foundation and the BC Lions Courage For Kids program. The 2010 BC Lions Charity Golf Classic will be held on Monday, Sept. 13 at the Westwood Plateau Golf and Country Club.

Partying in the street

The BC Lions Street Party is held two hours prior to every Lions home game during the 2010 season at the north end of Empire Field and is a fun, entertaining way to kick off game day. Featuring live music, food, face painting, inflatable games, Felions appearances and much more, the Street Party donates all proceeds to the club’s Lions Share partners.

No purchase necessary. Limit one (1) entry per email address per 24-hour period. 1 Grand Prize available to be won. Approximate retail value of Grand Prize $2000. Must be Legal resident of the province of British Columbia who is 19 or older at time of entry and legally able to travel to the United States of America and have any and all necessary documentation as may be required for presentation to Canadian and/or International customs and airport personnel. The Contest begins at 12:01 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time (“PDT”) on Tuesday, June 15, 2010 and ends at 11:59 p.m. PDT on Monday, July 5, 2010 (the “Contest Period”) after which time the Contest will be closed and no further entries shall be accepted. Skill testing question must be correctly answered to claim prize. Odds of being selected depend on number of eligible entries received. A full set of rules are available at www.langleyadvance.com/contests/vegastrip and made available upon request by self-addressed, stamped envelope to The Click Kaching Win a Trip to Las Vegas Contest c/o Abbotsford and Mission Times, Attention: Fred Armstrong, 30887 Peardonville Road, Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada V2T 6K2 throughout the Contest Period.

For more information about the BC Lions’ community programs and donations/appearance requests, visit bclions.com or call 604-930-5466.

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As an organization with roots in the community dating back to 1954, the BC Lions are proud of their commitment to excellence – on and off the field. Through a number of initiatives aimed at giving back to communities throughout B.C., the Leos are dedicated to making a difference at the local level, attending more than 125 events and involving more than 350 total appearances last season alone. In 2009, more than 4,500 items were donated to at least 550 charitable organizations and sponsors, particularly those focused on youth, education and the development of grassroots football in the province. Several initiatives also take place at Lions home games throughout the season to raise money for the Lions’ community partners.

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