Posts tagged Debra Wilson
Fenelon Falls & District Lions Club upcoming fundraisers

Submitted by Debra Wilson

The Fenelon Falls & District Lions Club has two upcoming fundraisers on May 11th and May 25th and welcomes your support.

May 11th

Fenelon Falls Lions Club - Fundraising Toll Bridge 7 am till noon.  Come out and support your local Lions Club with your spare change! Our fundraising efforts go directly into our community for many needed causes.

May 25

Fenelon Falls Lions Club – Walk for Dog Guides. Come out and enjoy some fresh air and a walk with your dog to help raise money for www.walkfordogguides.com. Donation forms can be obtained from Ken by calling 705-887-4504. Meet at the Lion’s Den (beside the Arena in Fenelon) at 9 am for registration, and 10 am for the walk. We will follow this up with a BBQ for all participants! Over the last few years we have been able to successfully support 2 dogs in our community for very deserving owners. We raised over $5,000 last year - Lets beat that total! If you want to donate but can't participate that day reach out to Ken.

Fenelon Falls & District Lions Club would like to recognize the RED APPLE with a thank you Plaque

Submitted by Debra Wilson

The Fenelon Falls and District Lions Club presented an award to the amazing team at the Red Apple for their support or our 2018 Christmas Toy Drive.  Over 400 donations were received valued at over $5200!  Thanks Lion Doug, Lion Lloyd, Steve (Red Apple Manager) and your team! Special thanks to our generous community, we couldn’t do this without you!

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Fenelon Falls Lions Club "Gift of Sight"

Submitted by Debra Wilson

Ever wonder what to do with your old eyeglasses?

Donate them to the Lions Club and get a free Tim Horton’s gift card!

The Fenelon Falls Lions Club will be collecting used eyeglasses from 1-3 pm during the Santa Day festivities, in front of the Subway restaurant.  The eyeglasses are cleaned and refurbished and sent to countries where they are needed.  The glasses are viewed as miracles by those who receive them as most would not be able to afford them or even have access to them.