June 24, 2024

Club Activities

AKRON donated $250 to the Opera House Renovation & Restoration Project.

BADGER had its annual Spring Pancake Feed with good turnout; served meals to 35 homeless men at the Beacon of Hope Men’s Homeless Shelter; had a big Ditch & Community clean-up around town.

BOONE hosted the annual Boone County meeting with clubs from Ogden, Madrid and Woodward; screened 11 kids for the Iowa KidSight program.

CHURDAN delivered Meals on Wheels each week; donated $100 to Camp Courageous; awarded three $400 scholarships to graduating students.

CARROLL donated $300 to the New Opportunity Family Development (pictured above), an organization committed to providing low-income families with opportunities to purchase local food supplies.

DAYTON had a drive-through only Roast Beef Dinner.

FORT DODGE NOON welcomed Chelle Lehman from Iowa KidSight who made a great presentation; DG Pat Essing presented awards to three club members.

HARTLEY cleaned up ditches, discussed scholarships and planning for the upcoming Summer Celebration.

LEHIGH held an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast.

MADRID Gave out in scholarships, grants and request:$13,265.11 and purchased 2 park bench (1 located in Madrid & 1 on the High Trestle Trail outside of town) in Memory of Lion Lynn Depping.

MANSON sold more than 250 pies during its Easter pie fundraiser.

ORANGE CITY had State Trooper Ethan Achterhoff visit the club to speak about his experiences on duty with the U.S. Border Patrol.

PETERSON held its annual auction with a net profit of $32,000, of which $16,000 was donated to the town swimming pool and the local ambulance squad, the Critical Response Unit, to help build a shed for the ambulance and equipment; donated $250 to Leader Dog; planned to run the club’s People Hauler trailer at the Clay County Fairgrounds.

WEST BEND served 274 to-go meals in two hours during its big Roast Beef Dinner making $1,600 that will be used for scholarships and donations.