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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.

District Governor Randy Makes Visit

DG Randy makes presentations and inducts new members Harry and Shirley Pereira. Presentations were 17-18 Club Excellence Award and Pin and DG Certificate of Appreciation for sponsoring of new members to Lion Waylon. 

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.

Lions and Leos, Together In Service


Lions and Leos from South and West Florence High Schools made Christmas very special for underprivileged and special needs children. Each child had breakfast provided by McDonald’s, a gift from Santa Claus, who arrived on a fire truck and a $100 shopping spree for items of clothing. 

    Hygiene Kits


Members and guests assemble kits filled with basic first aid and hygiene items for homeless and a new shelter that acts as an emergency center for homeless individuals. Items include band aids, alcohol wipes, antibiotic cream, toothbrushes, toothpaste, small comb, pen, sewing kit, hotel size soap, hand wipes, etc.

 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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