January 15, 2022

Club Activities

BADGER did ditch and community clean-up.
Badger Lions Club had its most profitable pancake feed ever with a little help from District Governor Elect Jim Gill.
BOONE did its annual preschool vision screening; had a pancake meal fundraiser for Boone County Fair Board.
CARROLL donated to the Leader Dog program.
 Carroll Lions Club inducted three new members Gail Goodner, Diane Ohrtman & Amy Christian.
CHURDAN delivered Meals on Wheels five days a week every week; donated $100 to Camp Courageous and $100 to the high school prom; delivered glasses and hearing aids to the state office.
FORT DODGE NOON held its 77th annual Steak Fry, serving 800 people 16 oz. T-bone steaks.
GRAND JUNCTION finished planting 32 new 6- to 8-feet tall trees, replacing those damaged by the derecho, based on a $5,000 grant from Black Hills Energy Trees Forever tree planting program. Pictured below is the Grand Junction Lions shelter in the park.
HARTLEY donated $500 to the Hartley Trail Committee; performed ditch clean up in Hartley; planned for the annual scholarships to the High School graduates.
MARCUS donated 209 eyeglasses to the state office for recycling.
PETERSON, the biggest club in 9NW, partnered with the local American Legion Post replacing all 160 of their Memorial Day flags with ones made with cotton. Flags can be purchased for $60 each. Some flags are being purchased by families as memorials. The club voted to donate $5,000 initially and would offer further funds as needed to help them complete their project. Also made donations to Leader Dogs for the Blind, Camp Courageous and $15,000 to the community swimming pool (50% of funds from the successful auction fundraiser).