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Members of CCCA committee

The community service committee of B'nai B'rith Lion's Gate Lodge presented a 21-inch 1958 Console Philco TV set to the Jericho Hill School for the deaf. Dr. C. MacDonald, director of the school, reported that the TV set would give his pupils both entertainment and practice with their lip-reading. Photograph is attached to a scrapbook. It depicts those who participated in the presentation (left to right): Chuck Kemp, Paul Tyre, Maurice Lifchus, Dr. C. MacDonald, Alec Jackson, Mr. Cardinall (school recreation officer), and Sam Gordon. Kneeling are two pupils of the school, Ronald Thorpe and Doug Lambert.

[Easter party entertainment]

Photograph attached to scrapbook. It depicts children from a Children's Aid Society receiving home enjoying some entertainment at an Easter party.

[B'nai B'rith blood bank]

Photograph attached to scrapbook. It depicts three unknown B'nai B'rith members helping to unload a Canadian Red Cross blood transfusion service truck. B'nai B'rith Lion's Gate Lodge organized a blood bank clinic at Beth Israel synagogue in May 1958. Corresponding photos of this event can be found in other scrapbooks.

[Donating to Home for the Aged]

Photograph attached to scrapbook. It depicts Sam Gordon (President of B'nai B'rith Lion's Gate Lodge) presenting Abe Wosk with a $500 cheque for the new Jewish Home for the Aged. Also pictured are Dave Chertkow (second from left), Myer Moscovitch (second from right), and Maurice Lifchus (right).

Children perform at Chanuka party

Photograph attached to scrapbook. It depicts a group of children performing a play at a Chanuka party hosted by B'nai B'rith Lion's Gate Lodge in the Schara Tzedeck auditorium.

[Simah Torah]

Photograph attached to scrapbook. It depicts the dedication and presentation service for a new sefer Torah being presented to the Jewish Home for the Aged. Preceding the service, the Torah was carried under a canopy in a procession from 49th Avenue and Fremlin Street to the Home at 54th Avenue and Oak Street.

[Simah Torah]

Photograph attached to scrapbook. It depicts the dedication and presentation service for a new sefer Torah being presented to the Jewish Home for the Aged. Preceding the service, the Torah was carried under a canopy in a procession from 49th Avenue and Fremlin Street to the Home at 54th Avenue and Oak Street.

[Children's Hospital Easter party]

Photograph attached to scrapbook. It depicts a ventriloquist performing for a patient at Vancouver Children's Hospital during an Easter party. The party's entertainment was arranged by B'nai B'rith Lion's Gate Lodge.

Committee members assist in setting up of clinic and donate blood

Photograph attached to scrapbook. It depicts Alec Jackson (left) and an unknown B'nai B'rith member helping to unload a Canadian Red Cross blood transfusion service truck. B'nai B'rith Lion's Gate Lodge organized a blood bank clinic at Beth Israel synagogue in May 1958. Corresponding photos of this event can be found in other scrapbooks.

Easter party at Children's Hospital

Photograph attached to scrapbook. It depicts an entertainer performing for patients at Children's Hospital during an Easter party. The entertainment was arranged by B'nai B'rith Lion's Gate Lodge.

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