Lions Camp Fall Newsletter

Lions Camp Fall GroupThe summer camping season ended successfully with 318 campers in attendance. In addition, we had approximately 100 campers from different specialty camps:

  • Lions International
  • Youth Conference
  • CSDB
  • Community Support Services

Thank you Lions for your continued support. We certainly couldn’t…

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DownloadFall 2009 Lions Camp Newsletter

Sight Interviews Happening Now

About the sight interviews; Lions members meet the third Thursday of every month at First United Methodist Church. The church is located on the SW corner of Elizabeth and Stover. Approximately 25 to 30 applicants are interviewed. Those who qualify are given vouchers redeemable at optometrists in town. Lions members also provide qualified participants with vouchers for new eyeglasses which are purchased by the Lions Club from Lenscrafters.

The practitioners who participate in our sight program give us a special rate for their services. Our time for these interviews on the given Thursday is 1:30 to 3pm. Please feel free to come visit.

Annie Walk Pancake Breakfast

August 22, 2009 :: Our Annie Walk took place in perfect Fort Collins weather. Attendees and their dogs (and some cats?!) were as comfortable on the Poudre River Library property as a duck in water. The pancake breakfast got off to a good start. Once the lions members cooked and tested the product, they began serving the public at a cost of $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for children.

The dogs enjoyed this years event as much as the people, even more in some instances observed by this reporter. Without naming names, a pooch or two were observed giving our pancakes a taste test, on the sly of course![br]

The fashion conscious took advantage of the many vendors booths available in and around the park. Molly was seen modeling her new pink color, matched her leash perfectly.

Absolutely one hundred percent of all monies collected were given directly to the Poudre River Library District. If that doesn’t give you a warm fuzzy….

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