North Tahoe Lions Club hosting open house
Ryan Summerlin August 20, 2014
The North Tahoe Lions Club is seeking civic-minded men and women to join the group in making a difference in the community.
The club is hosting an information session Tuesday, Aug. 26, for people who want to learn more about the club and its work.
“Our club gives members an opportunity to advance worthy causes, serve with friends, and become leaders in the community,” said District Governor Cliff Cooper. “This club means a lot to our Lions, but it means so much more to the people we serve.”
The information session will be held at 6 p.m. in the Donald W. Reynolds Community Non-Profit Center at 948 Incline Way.
“We want to share the great things we’re doing in the community, and let others know how they can help,” Cooper said.
The Lions’ motto is “We Serve,” and the North Tahoe Lions Club has lived up to it.
For over 39 years, the club has supported the community by putting on the Fourth of July Pancake Breakfast. The group also maintains the message board at the corner of Village and Tahoe boulevards.
To learn more about the information session, the North Tahoe Lions Club or its service projects, contact Cooper at 775-233-0434 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lions Clubs International is the largest service club organization in the world. Its 1.35 million members in more than 46,000 clubs are serving communities in 207 countries and geographical areas around the globe.
Since 1917, Lions clubs have aided the blind and visually impaired, championed youth initiatives and strengthened local communities through hands-on service and humanitarian projects.
For more information about Lions Clubs International, visit lionsclubs.org.
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