And the winner is...
The winner of the autographed B.B. King guitar is Tammy Burrell. The Dover Noon Lions Cub sold 381 tickets and made more than $1,700 to put towards campaigns that promote diabetes awareness, prevention and cure. Thank you to the community for supporting this successful fundraiser.
Akron/Canton 2013 Walk to Cure Diabetes
September 28, 2013
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Kent State University at Stark
6000 Frank Avenue NW
North Canton, OH
Northeast Ohio Chapter
6100 Rockside Woods
Independence, OH 44131
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A note from our president, Lion Brad Smith
Ok Dover Noon….We finally pulled off a pool party ! Not that we didn’t try before but with the weather and internet and posters and word of mouth it all come together! The DJ was the kicker! Thanks Jim And Tonya! Anyone ever see watermelon sliced so thin you could read through it? Just kidding, but seriously…a surgeons hands he has got! Thanks for the ginsue and the extension cord and tarp straps! Isn’t it great when a plan comes together. And I am reassured that pulling Lion Charles from the hundreds of tickets for Buehler’s Groceries was just dumb luck! Congrats Lion Castricone! Our official counters set the number of attendees at 75 ish. Awesome! A heartfelt thanks to everyone….from the poster designer….printer….to the guys that helped load the equipment.
Visit the photo page to see some shots from the evening...Bite 'em!
Family Swim Night Aug. 1, 2013 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Join the Dover Noon Lions for a FREE Family Swim Night at the Dover City Pool.
Swimming is fun and it is good for you. People of all ages and skill levels can benefit from swimming.
After a dip in the pool, hike to Deis Hill for a free concert with live bluegrass music from the Stockdale Family Band until 9 p.m., a part of the Dover Lions Club Summer Concert Series.
Dover Noon Lions Celebrate Five Year Anniversary
The Dover Noon Lions Club celebrated their Five Year Anniversary on June 1, 2013 at The Manor Restaurant at Strasburg.
New officers were inducted and awards were given to club members who have gone above and beyond to support the club and the causes they strive to promote.
Club Tail Twister, Gene Bolek was all smiles.
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