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We Are Lions

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Certificate of Appreciation

Lions Audrey and Deborah presents Certificate of Appreciation to Adam Hill, manager Walmart Neighborhood Store, for grant support.


Lions and Leos, Together In Service

 

Lions and Leos from West Florence High School made Christmas very special for underprivileged and special needs children. Each child had breakfast provided by Walmart Supercenter, Irby Street,  a gift from Santa Claus and a $100 shopping spree for items of clothing. 

 


70 Years Lions Service... and counting

 

Lions Al - 15 Years   Audrey - 25 Years  Matt - 30 Years


JuneBugs Care Community Outreach Ministry

Lion Audrey and other volunteers teamed up to cook and serve 500 Thanksgiving dinners to those in need and seven homeless shelters in the local community. Also shown above is the Rev. Bo Myers, Whosoever Community Church, on the grill and a church member giving a word of prayer to an attendee.


Thanksgiving Blessing

Club members donated food items to Community Shelter to help feed the homeless and other deserving individuals. Lion Audrey makes the delivery. community.


West Florence HS Leos Serving

WFHS Leos acts as host/chaperones at BLISS Ball. The ball is a prom type event for children and adults with Special Needs in the local community.


Remembering The Homeless

   

Members and guest packed items for the Whosoever Community Church Blessing PAKS (Practical Acts of Kindness Shared). PAKS were filled with basic hygiene items; i.e., band aids, alcohol wipes, antibiotic wipes, toothbrush, toothpaste, comb, writing pen, soap, hand wipes, nail files, emery boards, etc.ry board, etc. PAKS will be delivered to the homeless.


Newest Member

   

Club President, Lion Waylon badges up granddaughter, Lion Natalie Shealy. As a child, she would ccompany him to meetings and fundraising events. Lion Natalie told grandpa she wanted to be a Lion someday. True to her word, she becomes a member. Lion Natalie teaches at West Florence High School and volunteered to be the Leo Club Advisor.

 


Congratulations

Lion Deborah receives Membership Advancement Key from Vice District Bill Hahn.


Knapsack Project

Members prepared knapsacks for Lighthouse Ministries and area schools. Knapsacks are for distribution to a child and are filled with pencils, notebooks, crayons, coloring books and stuffed animals. 


Thank You

Club President Kathleen receives Appreciation plaque for club leadership from Lion Waylon.


Members Address Rotary Breakfast Club

Lions Deborah and Waylon spoke to Rotary Club about the Vision Screening camera and the impact of service being provided to local community.


Cultural Awareness

South Florence High School Foreign Exchange Students from Morocco and Albania receives Certificate of Appreciation from Club President, Lion Kathleen for presentations to club about their countries and cultural. 


  Laundry Detergent Donation

  

Lions Audrey and Deborah makes delivery of laundry detergent to Courtney McGinnis Graham Community Emergency Shelter. Shelter provides temporary needs of area's homeless men, women and children.


Centennial Legacy Bench Unveiling

Lions Matt, Waylon, Deborah unveil bench with Centennial Plaque as part of B K Kelly’s All Inclusive Playground. The playground was built for kids with all abilities to be able to play together as one.


     Recyling for Sight

 

Throughout the year, club members collect used eyeglasses and prepare for deliver regional Lions Eyeglass Recycling Centers (LERCs). LERC volunteers clean, sort by prescription strength and package the glasses. Recycled glasses are distributed to people in need in low and middle income communities where they will have the greatest impact. Pictured are Lions Audrey (left) and Deborah (right) preparing for delivery.


 

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