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January Issue 5 2015

Valentine’s Day Dinner to raise funds for local scholarships

The Sleeping Lady Mt. Lions Club will be holding our annual Valentine’s Dinner and Auction on Feb. 14 from 6 until 10 p.m. We would like to extend an invitation to the community to attend our fundraiser and support our efforts to provide local high school graduates with scholarships.

January Issue 4 2015

Your gift to help blind Alaskans counts twice thanks to Lions

Aren’t we fortunate as Alaskans to be able to plan on a Permanent Fund Dividend check again this year? As you apply for your PFD between now and the March 31 deadline, remember that you can choose to give some of it to the Alaska Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired and more than 300 other charities serving our neighbors.

January Issue 3 2015

Worldwide Week of Service honors Jones

Lions Clubs International President Joe Preston is inviting Lions around the world to celebrate the birthday of Melvin Jones on Jan. 13 by serving their communities. To honor the legacy of our founder, Lions around the world are invited to join the Worldwide Week of Service on Jan. 10-16, 2015. I would like to invite you in our community to join us.

January Issue 2 2015

Thank You for Tree of Giving and Food Baskets

Each year the Eagle River Lions gather food supplies from the local elementary school to assist in the preparation of 50 food baskets for the needy in our community. All with the can and dried goods, they provide each family with gift cards to purchase the meat of their choice. Our community was very supportive of this request for assistance allowing our club to provide the families with meals for the holiday seaon. Chugiak Lions raised money and provided food baskets to the Chugiak Children Services for each of their families to enjoy the holidays.

January Issue 1 2015

Thoughts for the New Year

A few days ago it was Christmas morning. For many people, excitement and smells of a holiday feast filled the air. Gifts were nestled under the tree wrapped in brightly colored paper and bows. Children were wide-eyed in awe of what was inside the box that had their name on it. Dazzling lights and sounds of jingle bells provided a backdrop to this much anticipated moment. It was a time for family and friends to come together, exchange gifts, feast, and for many to celebrate the birth of Jesus.

October Issue 5 2014

A Tale of Tails

More than 73 years ago, three Lions from Detroit, Mich. had a dream that they could build a school to train dogs for people who are blind or visually impaired. Lions from all over the world helped this dream come true. Over 14,500 people have left Leader Dog, walking proudly, safely and independently with a Leader Dog harness in their left hand full of Lion love in the form of a guide dog.

December Issue 4 2014

Merry Christmas from your local Lions Clubs

At this special time of year we want you to know we are thinking of you and we are sending you this note to wish you and your family all the best that life can be! May your Christmas be bright and merry.

December Issue 2 2014

Lions busy spreading Christmas cheer

It is upon us, the “holiday season.” That time of hustle and bustle of finding that special gift for that special someone. The time to spend with family and friends sharing the fellowship of the holidays.

December Issue 1 2014

Lions Relieving Hunger

As we sit back with our stomachs full from our Thanksgiving dinners and all of the leftovers, you might not know that one in seven children in our State struggle with hunger. Lions across the world are banning together during December and January to help relieve that problem.

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