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Lions Help Fund District Projects:  Lion President Ron Bollinger II (left) presents a check for $800 to Lion District Governor Daniel Brant at the clubs January 13 meeting.  The money will be used to fund District 14C projects including: Pre-School Vision Screening, Beacon Lodge, Lions Club International Foundation, Leader Dog for the Blind, Sight Conservation and Eye Research, Hearing Research, Diabetes Awareness, and Lions Quest Life Skills Program.

Lions Help Local Families at Christmas:  Christmas Baskets Chairman Lion Dennis Myers (front row second from right) and 15 fellow Lions, with friends and family posed for a picture before delivering all the fixings for a family Christmas dinner to 24 needy families in the Spring Grove Community.  In addition to the dinners, the club also distributed canned goods and toys donated by the Spring Grove Elementary School, Kennie’s gift cards from an anonymous donor, and Giant gift cards from House of Brew.

Lions Honor Scholarship Recipient: Scholarship Chairman Lion Terry Lehr (left) and Lion President Ron Bollinger II (right) congratulate Benjamin Patterson, 1st place winner in the clubs 27th annual scholarship contest after he was honored at the club’s July 22nd  meeting.  The $1000 scholarship was awarded for Benjamin’s essay describing how he will use his studies to advance the goals of Lionism.  Benjamin is a graduate of Spring Grove High School and will be attending Liberty University where he plans to major in Political Science and Business.

Lions Honor Scholarship Recipient: Scholarship Chairman Lion Terry Lehr (left) and Lion President Ron Bollinger II (right) congratulate Louella Girroir, 2nd  place winner in the clubs 27th annual scholarship contest after she was honored at the club’s July 8th  meeting.  The $500 scholarship was awarded for Louella’s essay describing how she will use her studies to advance the goals of Lionism.  Louella is a graduate of Delone Catholic High School and she will be attending Drexel University in the fall where she plans to major in Civil Engineering.

Lions Honor Scholarship Recipient: Scholarship Chairman Lion Terry Lehr (left) and Lion President Ron Bollinger II (right) congratulate Joseph Kelly winner of the clubs Fred Burns Scholarship after he was honored at the clubs July 8th meeting.  The $500 scholarship, established with funds donated to the Club by late Lion Fred Burns, is given to a Spring Grove Area senior who plans to major in business.  Joseph is a graduate of Spring Grove High School and will be attending Penn State University where he plans to major in Accounting.

Lions Host Spring Grove High School Girl’s Basketball Team: The club hosted the Spring Grove High Girl’s Basketball team at its May 27 meeting in honor of the teams successful 2020 season which included the school’s first ever District III 5A Championship.  After the meeting, Lions president Mike Billet (right) presented a check for $250 to the team and head coach Troy Sowers to support the Girl’s Basketball program.

 

 

 

 

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