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It will soon be time to bring your Christmas Tree Home!

HOME OF THE TALLEST CHRISTMAS TREES IN TOWN

SALES BEGIN FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29th

TREES   5  TO  12  FEET TALL

WREATHES  20  TO  60 INCHES IN DIAMETER

FRESH  GARLAND (ROPE)  25 FOOT LENGTHS

Curb side delivery of trees will be available for an additional charge of $25.00. Delivery date will be once per week and the date of delivery will be determind at a later time.

FREE ♦  FREE ♦  FREE

♦ ALL TREES WRAPPED FOR EASYER HANDELING  -  FREE!

♦ ALL TREES LOADED AND SECURED TO YOUR VEHICAL  -  FREE!

♦ TREE TRUNKS TRIMED WHILE YOU WAIT FOR BETTER FRESH WATER FEEDING  -  FREE!!

♦ DISPOSALBLE BAGS PROVIDED  -  FREE!!

♦ LIONS CLUB MEMBER'S PERSONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE  -  FREE!!!

♦ AND REMEMBER,  ALL PROCEEDS ARE RETURNED TO YOUR COMMUNITY!!!

TREE LOT LOCATED @

ORLAND PARK CIVIC CENTER, 14750 Rivinia Av.

Monday,  Tuesday,  Wednesday,  Thursday, and  Friday         4 PM to 8 PM

Saturdays             9 AM to 8 PM

Sundays               10 AM to 5 PM
(Hours subject to change)
 

Make this Christmas special for others by donating your unused eye glasses and hearing aids to the Lions Club. Bring them to any Lion's member or to our Christmas Tree Trailer.

ORLAND PARK LIONS CLUB OFFERS TWO TYPES OF TREES

Balsam Fir

Balsam fir resist drying and can stay fresh for many weeks. Their needles sport two colors on top and bottom, adding shades of silver to your dark green Christmas tree. Occurring in the northeastern U.S. from Minnesota to Maine, as well as a lot more territory in eastern and central Canada. Balsam pines were the only tree whose branches could accommodate candles. One drawback: The branches are a bit more flexible than the Fraser, so keep the ornaments light. Luckily, they retain their splendor, fragrance, and needles arguably just as well.

Fraser Fir

Fraser have strong branches, and grow very straight. They have excellent color. Their symmetrical form and attractive foliage have made the Fraser a very popular Christmas tree. The most popular Christmas tree species in the country these days, the Fraser fir is actually a subspecies of the balsam fir, though they don't grow in the same places. Fraser firs grow naturally in high altitudes in the southeastern Appalachian Mountains parts of Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee. These branches are better suited for the heavier ornaments.


Orland Park Lions Club Serving your community for over 55 years

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MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

Join the Joy

Addressing the Lions Convention in 1925, Helen Keller made a challenge that they become

"Knights of the Blind in the Crusade against Blindness."

Today, with nearly 500 Clubs in Illinois, we continue to try to meet that challenge and more in every corner of Illinois.

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QUEEN of HEARTS RAFFLE

QUEEN OF HEARTS RAFFLE TICKET IS DRAWN FRIDAY's @ 7 PM

The Queen of hearts

QUEEN OF HEARTS RAFFLE

Visit our host Paddy-B's to enjoy a night out and support your home town club every Friday @ 7 PM located at 11969 West 143rd St. Orland Park 60462

Playing the Queen of Hearts Raffle

A Queen of Hearts manufactured raffle board has been developed specifically for this Raffle Game. The board has 54 sealed numbered positions. Under the sealed positions and randomly placed the manufacturer has concealed a deck of poker cards with 2 Jokers. When you purchase a raffle ticket, you retain half and fill out the required info and chosen card position on the other half and return. Your returned half will then be placed in a tumbler that will be used for mixing that week’s raffle tickets. Every Friday @ 7 pm one raffle tickets will be removed from the tumbler and the position written on the raffle ticket will be revealed. If it is the Queen of Hearts, then that raffle ticket holder wins the Grand Prize. In any case, all the old raffle tickets are disposed of and a new game begins for the following Friday where the entire process is repeated.


RICHARD ALAN FRITZ SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

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Some of our local efforts include

Orland Township Food Pantry donate food and money year round.

Scholarships Provide three individual $1,500 scholarships to three students in need and with a disability who attend one of our local High Schools and plan on attending college.

Orland Days Special People Day – These are special needs people and we average around 1,500 children and adults for a one day Carnival. All rides, live entertainment and lunch are provided at no cost to them.

Host Orland days

Sponsor three softball teams and provide uniforms for the Special Recreation Department.

Provide Christmas Gifts / Donations to those in need

Provide Christmas Gifts / Donations to members of the military

Donate Christmas trees to people in need.

Provide eye exams and glasses to individuals in need from the surrounding schools.

Assist in acquiring viewers for people legally blind.

Provide Vision testing for children

 

 

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