Archive of: Lions Corner



October Issue 4 2012

Lions support American Diabetes Association Step Out event

Local Lions donated their time and resources to the American Diabetes Association’s (ADA) fundraising event Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes. The flagship event helps the ADA provide community-based education programs, protect the rights of people with diabetes and fund critical research for a cure.

October Issue 3 2012

Bidding for the Cause

Fall seems to be the time of year when auctions abound, raising funds for a variety of non-profits throughout our community.

October Issue 2 2012

Culinary Art Students at Chugiak High School

What do culinary arts students, Chugiak High School and the Sleeping Lady Mountain Lion’s have in common? How about service to others, work related training, community support and fun!

October Issue 1 2012

Community comes together

What a tremendous community we are lucky enough to live in! the fundraiser that was pulled together in a short amount of time for Anne Roberts on Friday, Sept. 21 was a giant success! Anne has been a longtime Eagle River and Chugiak resident for many years and raised four children in this community. Two months ago, she learned the breast cancer she fought and beat 10 years ago had returned, only this time it turned out to be a very rare form of breast cancer and she was flown to Seattle for treatment. Anne will be receiving treatment in Seattle for the next 2-3 months. To help with her medical costs, her colleagues at Prudential Vista Real Estate planned a fundraiser to help her.

September Issue 4 2012

The Bear Mountain Leos

As a follow-up article related to the Leo program run by the Sleeping Lady Mountain Loins, I would like to introduce you to the Bear Mountain Leos.

September Issue 3 2012

Lions: The World’s Largest Service Club Organization

Our 46,000 clubs and 1.35 million members make us the world’s largest service club organization. We’re also one of the most effective. Our members do whatever is needed to help their local communities. Everywhere we work, we make friends. With children who need eyeglasses, with seniors, community members needing assistance and with people we may never meet.

September Issue 2 2012

Eagle River Lions Park: A Crown Jewel of our Community

This fall the Eagle River Lions Club will be celebrating their 50th anniversary as a participant in the Eagle River Community. Having served twice as president of the club.

September Issue 1 2012

Scholarships – It’s never too early to start thinking about them

School is back in session, the fall sports season is in high gear, and the homework is abundant.

August Issue 5 2012

Leaping from Leo to Lion: Growing up to serve

It seems as I was born to be a Lion. As a child, the Lions Park was my playground and I ran around the Lions Den while my dad worked projects for his club, the Eagle River Lions. When I was old enough, I helped my dad behind the scenes on different Lions projects. After years of unofficially helping the Lions, I was approached with an opportunity to help my community through a Leo’s Club that was forming.

August Issue 4 2012

Keep an eye out for Lions at the State Fair

If you attended the Bear Paw Parade, you probably saw the Lions’ Vision and Eye Screening Trailer go by you, with Lions and Leos marching alongside, handing out candy to the kids and having a blast along the way. Now, those same Lions and Lions clubs from around the state are organizing together to provide free eye screening at the Alaska State Fair.

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