We are getting ready for our 64th year of Christmas Basket assembly and delivery scheduled for December 16th.  Norton County residents are very generous in helping to bring food, toys, clothing and even shoes to those in need.  The Chamber of Commerce has started an Angel Tree Program that matches children to donors anonymously.  Tags are located on trees in all banks, and the medical clinic in Norton and donations are delivered with the Lions Club Christmas Baskets.

Toy donations can be left at Dollar General and Nex-Tech.  Food donations (and toys) can be left at Jamboree Foods.  Donation boxes are located at businesses throughout Norton and can be sent to the Norton Lions Club, PO Box 235, Norton, KS. 67654.  Any type of donation can also be picked up by calling the project Chairperson, Tom Baumann at 871-1971.

Thank you to all the local businesses that get involved in this project, to all the wonderful citizens who make it possible to Darla and the Chamber for all their hard work and to the Legion Riders and all who help deliver to every corner of the county!



President Neal Willmeth

1st Vice President Darel Boston

2nd Vice President Doug Sebelius

3rd Vice President Jim Green

Secretary/Treasurer Diana Baumann

Assistant Secretary/Treasurer Darrell Mintzmyer

Two Year Director David Davis

Two Year Director Jon Lofgreen

One Year Director Roberta Ryan

One Year Director Ed Witt

Lion Tamer Jake Durham

Tail Twister Roy Skrdlant

Assistant Tail Twister Duane McEwen

Membership Chairman Gil Otter

Immediate Past President David Will

Newsletter Kristine Posson


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