The Lions Club Friendship Arch was designed by Past International Directors Howard Grimm and Vern France. The first Friendship Arch was erected in 1966 on the U.S.- Canada border by the Abbotsford Lions Club of British Columbia, Canada and the Sumas Lions Club of Washington. Since then, hundreds have been placed within towns and cities around the world. The arch stands as a symbol of friendship and commitment between the Lions Club and their community.
Concrete friendship arches are now available for purchase through the Thorndale Lions Club. Each Arch is 6’ tall and the base is 4’x7’. Included is the base, 2 reflective Lions International logos and the shaking hands. Weight is approximately 3000 lbs.
To receive a price or for more information, please contact Lion Murray Pink
519-494-9997 (cell) 519-461-1580 (home) [email protected] (e-mail)