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Delivery Of Food Items

DG Lions Deborah delivered food to The Counsel Center of Florence. The center offers a range of empirically supported therapies and approaches to address and manage a broad range of mental health, behavioral, and relationship issues for clients of all ages.


District Governor Makes Official Visit

 

DG Jay makes official visit. Pictured here with Club President Deborah presenting Certificate of Appreciation.


Annual Broom Sale Fundraiser

Club held annual broom sale fundraiser. Lions Kathleen, Deborah, Shirley, Harry, and Leo Kiersten pictured above. Members also helping on the day were Lions Audrey, Brad and Lisa. 


Knapsacks Project

Knapsacks for children using The Counseling Center were donated. This initiative adds a valuable element to these agencies as they provide therapeutic needs and faith-based financial assistance crises to deserving individuals and families. The contents were pencils, notebooks, crayons, coloring books, and stuffed animals.  


Above and Beyond

  

Left to right: Lions Shirley, Deborah, Audrey, and Harry (not Pictured) receive Certificates of Appreciation for services rendered at the height of the pandemic.


It's Family Thing

Lions Lisa and Brad Gore receive their 15 and 25 years Membership Chevrons from Lion President Deborah.  


25 and counting

Club president, Lion Deborah, left, presents Lion Kathleen with a 25 years Membership Chevron.


Answering The Call

The club recently answered appeals from Harvest Hope Food Bank, House of Hope of the Pee Dee, and Lighthouse Ministries. Provided were 28 jars of peanut butter, laundry detergent for 1,328 loads, and 852 diapers to accommodate newborns and 8-14lbs infants. These organizations provide needed assistance spiritually, emotionally, and physically to deserving citizens in our community.


Christmas Blessings

 

Lions Audrey, Deborah and Matt shopped for items of clothing for 17 underprivileged school children. Florence School District 1 nurses made the selection.


Vision Screenings 

Lion Deborah conducting vision screening at Virtus Academy.


   A Need... Lions Respond

Lions Deborah and Audrey made protective face masks for Courtney McGinnis Graham Emergency and House of Hope Shelters and McLeod Hospital Nurses. Mask were provided to help meet demand for those providing services during COVID-19 pandemic.


Sincere Appreciation

Chief John DeLung Jr.; Howe Spring Fire Department displays Certificate of Appreciation presented for monetary support of clubs annual Christmas project.  


Certificate of Appreciation

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


 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.


  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.


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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