The Hotchkiss-Crawford Lions Club breakfast began with a light agenda of old business before moving onto the focus of the morning meeting.
The group discussed the need for repairs to the bulletin board in Hotchkiss provided by the club.
Last week members of the Surface Creek Lions Club checked the eyesight of students from Little Sprouts Community Preschool and the Backpack Early Learning Academy. With parental permission, preschoolers sat attentively and looked into the "face" of an ingenious non-invasive screening device.
This year's Lions Club memorial scholarships were presented to PHS students Blake Benson and Kelsey Stroud.
The popular, twice monthly Bingo Nights hosted by Surface Creek Valley Lions Club will he held at a new location beginning Wednesday, Feb. 1.
The new location is at Masonic Hall.
Children in the Surface Creek Valley and throughout Delta County may look forward to a brighter future thanks to local Lions clubs and a legacy inherited from Helen Keller.
Members of the Surface Creek Valley Lions Club explain that it was an appeal by Helen Keller in 1925 that led to the international service organization adopting sight and vision health as its signature service project.
The Surface Creek Valley Lions Club held a reception for the Cedaredge Police Department last Thursday in conjunction with National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.
The department is comprised of Chief Dan Sanders, Sgt. Roy Spiker, and duty officers Jake Hernandez, Monty McDermith, Carlos Lovera and Chris Curtis.
Serving a community means serving the people who make up that community.
No organization does that better in this valley than members of the Surface Creek Valley Lions Club.
A full house of hopeful bingo players turned out at the first anniversary of the twice-monthly Lions Club bingo nights on Oct. 21.
The big attendance put a real community endorsement to the club's newest fundraising activity.
The Surface Creek Valley Lions Club is planning a special evening on Wednesday, Oct. 21, observing the one-year anniversary of the club's bingo fundraiser nights. The celebration will happen during the Bingo Night at the Civic Center, starting at 7 p.m.
Among the almost countless community services contributed by Lions Clubs internationally and in local communities at home is something that many people consider to be the clubs' signature cause. That is caring for and promoting proper vision.
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