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Candy Day on the first Saturday of April and  October of each year.  On Candy Day, Sumter Lions Club collect money for local sight conservation project and hearing and Lions Vision Center for South Carolina sight conservation projects.  When you see Lions members distributing candy, please consider the many sight conservation projects you support when you donate such as Eye Screening, the purchase of glasses, the Lion Vision Center for South Carolina.

White Cane Day on the third Saturday of April and  October of each year.  On White Cane Day, Sumter Lions Club collect money for local sight conservation project and hearing and Lions Vision Center for South Carolina sight conservation projects.  When you see Lions members distributing the familiar miniature White Canes in your community, please consider the many sight conservation projects you support when you donate such as Eye Screening, the purchase of glasses, the Lion Vision Center for South Carolina

Broom Sale: Begun in the 1950's, Sumter Lions was the first club in South Carolina to have a broom sale to benefit the blind. Originally brooms where made by the blind in Columbia, South Carolina factory. Household brooms are available at selected business locations in the city while quantity orders of industrial brooms can be delivered. All broom proceeds support Lions charities.

Lions House Hold Broom at $8.00 ea.

Lions Industrial Broom at $10.00 ea.

For Industrial or Household Sales and Deliveries:
Please call 

                 or Lion Sep Harvin -- 803-775-9367            

                 or emailing the order to sumterlionsclub@gmail


 

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