Lions Club sells 911 reflective signs

The Comox Valley Monarch Lions Club has launched its new community project and fundraiser selling 911 Reflective Address Signs.

LION DAVE LYCK displays samples of the 911 Reflective Address Signs.

LION DAVE LYCK displays samples of the 911 Reflective Address Signs.

The Comox Valley Monarch Lions Club has launched its new community project and fundraiser selling 911 Reflective Address Signs.

These address signs are highly visible day or night and are made from the same tough materials as road signs. The six-by-18-inch aluminum blade is covered in Avery blue engineer grade reflective vinyl with three-inch white reflective address numbers on each side.

The pre-drilled holes on each corner make for easy installation. Orders are processed quickly and can be picked up or mailed.

“Every second counts for an emergency vehicle to locate your address — even two minutes can mean a difference between life and death,” says Lion David Dyck. “Lion members are going to be at the farmers’ market this Saturday and you will see Lions members at a number of community locations taking orders. All the money raised from this project going directly back into our community.”

The Comox Valley Monarch Lions Club has been involved in numerous community, regional, national and international projects.  Serving the community by distributing bursaries; Santa’s Workshop, CDC, Salvation Army, Cancer Relay for Life, Easter Seal Caperships, CNIB, Camp Shawnighan, CV Hospice Society, St. Joseph Hospital, Therapeutic Riding, ALS Society, Diabetes Research, LINC (Youth Centre), V.I. Kidney Foundation and other donations within the community.

Ask yourself — is my address visible? The 911 Reflective Address Signs sell for $40 and the numbers can be laid out vertically or horizontally.

To order your customized address sign, call 250-338-9602 or go to

— Comox Valley Monarch Lions Club

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