The Richmond Lions Club, located in the greater Vancouver area of British Columbia in Canada, has been a charter club of Lions Clubs International since 1946.
The Lions motto is "We Serve", and our club has been serving many deserving causes in the Richmond community since our charter was established.
At this year’s Sockeye Run Car Show and Shine, get a glimpse of the future. The inaugural Electric Vehicle Showcase features 8 different plug-in electric vehicles, along with both owners and dealers available to share their wealth of information and experience with you. Given the increasing interest in electric vehicles, many drivers want to know if their particular needs and driving style would suit an electric vehicle now or at some point in the future. This is an opportunity to get independent advice and separate fact from fiction. In addition to the environmental benefits, find out why electric vehicles save money and are so much fun to drive.
Does an electric vehicle have enough range to meet my needs? What about finding a charging station? How much will I save on gas? What are the maintenance costs? How about replacing the battery? Can the electric grid support a sudden increase in the number of electric vehicles? Is it really going to significantly reduce my household greenhouse gas emissions? Get the answers to these questions and more from electric vehicle drivers who began with the same questions.
The Showcase is being organized by Plug-in Richmond
Plug-in Richmond an independent group of Richmond electric vehicle drivers and Emotive BC which raises awareness of plug-in electric vehicles in B.C. Their exhibit includes a Tesla Model S P90D which in Ludicrous Mode does 0-100 kph in 3.0 seconds and has a top speed of 250 kph.
Recently Completed Events
2015 Cannery Christmas Tree
Each year the Steveston Cannery invites individuals and organizations to help in making the historic attraction more festive by decorating a Christmas tree.
This year the Richmond Lions club participated in the tree decorating. Here are some photos from this years tree decorating.