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COMMUNITY SERVICES

Service Clubs and Organizations
Brighton Legion Highlanders
The band offers free instruction at a grade 4 level throughout Ontario, as well as performing in many parades, Scottish festivals, and at Legion functions. Ages: 9 year(s) and up. Band meets Thursdays from 6:30-9:30 p.m. upstairs in the Legion Hall to practice.
Contact: Ellen 613-475-0241
Website: www.brightonlegionhighlanders.ca

Brighton Lions Club
Meets the second and fourth Monday of each month, September through June, at the Community Centre in King Edward Park. The Club sponsors Applefest activities, Winterfest, Diabetes Awareness Day, Canada Day celebrations and many more, as well as the annual canvassing for the CNIB held in October.
Contact: Hugh 613-475-0346

Brighton Rotary Club
The Rotary Club of Brighton meets every Friday morning at 7:00 a.m. at the King Edward Park Community Centre. The Brighton Rotary Club supports local healthcare, improved recreational and social facilities such as King Edward Project, children’s camps, food banks, minor sports, many facets of elementary and secondary school programs and Quinte Sailability. International projects such as Landmines, water wells and medical facilities, polio eradication and the looming campaign to eradicate AIDS have and will continue to rank highly with us.
Website: www.brightonrotary.ca
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Community Women's Institute
The Community Women's Institute is an organization for women's personal growth. Activities include: sharing ideas and information, fellowship, community involvement and action. The group will cater to medium sized groups (up to 75) in Brighton only. The umbrella organization, the Federated Women's Institute of Canada, has branches and affiliates world-wide. Meeting 1st Wednesday of month at 1:30 p.m. September to June inclusive at Trinity St. Andrews United Church
Contact: Shirley 613-475-5635

Kin Club of Brighton
Joint group of men and women ?serving the community?s greatest needs?. Meets the first Thursday of each month at Rosie?s Restaurant. The Club works to serve community needs including: cystic fibrosis research, Operation Go Home and Kin Shining Light.
Contact: Al 613-475-3632

Knights of Columbus
Meets the first Wednesday of each month at 7:30pm in the Holy Angels Parish Hall.
Contact Bob: 613-475-0176

Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Legion #100
Participates in Legion activities and caters for weddings, funerals, and banquet held at the Legion Hall. Meets at the Brighton Legion Hall the third Tuesday each month, September through June.
Contact: Marilyn 613-475-0128

United Lodge No. 29
Meets at the Masonic Hall at 7:30pm the first Tuesday each month except July and August.
153 Main Street, Brighton
Contact: James 613-475-0241

Masons Presqu'ile Chapter No. 144
Meets in the Masonic Temple every third Tuesday each month each July and August.
Contact: Lennie 613-475-2040

Oddfellows Lodge #113
Meets at the Lodge Hall every first, second and third Wednesday evenings at 8:00pm
Elgin Street, Trenton
Contact: Gord 613-475-2367

Order of the Eastern Star
Meets in the Masonic Temple the second Tuesday every month except July and August.
Contact: Eleanor 613-394-1838

Probus Club of Brighton
A club for retired or semi retired professional, business or like responsible persons, who in retirement, appreciate and value the opportunity to meet other in similar circumstances and of similar levels of interest eg. Social activities and guest speakers. Meetings are held at 10:00am in the King Edward Park Community Centre at 75 Elizabeth Street in Brighton every second and fourth Wednesday between September and June, and every fourth Wednesday in July and August.
Contact: Jean Finkle 613-439-8869

Royal Canadian Legion, Brighton Branch 100
Sponsors sporting activities, dart and euchre leagues, public speaking contests and a pipe and drum band. Air conditioned hall available for rent.
Contact: 613-475-1044

Trenton Memorial Hospital Auxiliary
Meets in the Quinte Health Care Trenton site Board Room on the second Monday of every month at 1:30 pm September through June. The Auxiliary actively supports in-hospital services and welcomes new membership.
Contact: Karen White 613-965-0423 or 613-392-2540 ext. 5454

York Road Women's Institute
A member of the Federated Women?s Institutes of Ontario. Meets the second Wednesday of each month at 1:30 pm. The Community Women?s Institute also holds meetings on the first Wednesday of each month at 1:30 pm.
Contact: Grace 613-475-1257 or Margaret: 613-475-4407