Here's What's Happening In District 2-T2

What do Lions do??  WE SERVE!!!

Here's a few of the club service activities reported in December 2021

  • Lubbock Lions reported that its members served as bell ringers for the Annual Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign on Dec. 11, announced the winners of its annual Drug Awareness Poster Contest on Dec. 9, and collected gifts for the Texas Girls & Boys Ranch “Angel Wishes” Christmas Project. The club also announced that the 70th Annual Lubbock Lions Pancake Festival will be held Feb. 19, 2022, in the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center. Advanced tickets are $10 with tickets at the door costing $12.
  • Lubbock Hub Lions made a $100 donation to Meals on Wheels as well as a $100 donation to the South Plains Food Bank’s “U Can Share Fund Drive.” Both donations are to fight hunger. The club also paid its 100 percent participation in Lions Club humanitarian projects, collected and delivered items to a local recycling center, assisted a cancer patient with errands, and provided assistance to a Fort Worth teacher who had a student who needed new eyeglasses
  • .Plainview Lions Club raised $490 in Tail Twister Funds for The Salvation Army while also serving as bell ringers for its annual Red Kettle Campaign on Dec. 18, provided 16 volunteers to deliver Meals on Wheels, held an annual raffle drawing which raised more than $3,000 for local charities, and provided 117 hours of service by 40 Lions which served 1,679 individuals. The club hosted Plainview Rotarians in the two groups’ annual joint meeting Dec. 8.
  • Brownfield Noon Lions donated $500 cash along with $500 in toys to the Brownfield Goodfellows campaign for holiday distribution.
  • Cotton Center Lions hosted its annual pheasant hunt Dec. 5.
  • Crosbyton Lions challenged students at Crosbyton Elementary School to collect canned food items for distribution to those in need during the holiday season. That resulted in the collection of 2,597 cans of food. As a reward for their efforts, the Lions served pizza Dec. 19 to the winning class which brought in 1,080 canned food items. The rest of the school was hosted to an ice cream party.
  • Kent County Lions Club (Jayton) recognized Nina Fincher on Dec. 13 as its Community Member of the Month for her involvement and leadership of the Food Pantry as well as the FBC Funeral Lunch Committee.
  • Idalou Lions Club’s Leos greeted and served hot chocolate Dec. 11 to those participating in the Tour of Homes Meals on Wheels Fundraiser.
  • Levelland Noon Lions on Dec. 17 recognized Levelland Middle School Student of the Month Ayden Gutierrez.
  • Lubbock Llano Lions held its Club Christmas Party on Dec. 22 in the home of PDG Terry Hawkins after serving earlier in the day as bell ringers for The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign.
  • Lubbock South Plains Lions donated $7,500 to Catholic Charities for its Adult Eyeglass Program.
  • Morton Lions Club held its annual Lions Pancake Supper on Dec. 16. In connection with the pancake supper, the club held a fundraising drawing for a $500 beef package.
  • Olton Lions fed breakfast to local pheasant hunters Dec. 5.
  • Seminole Lions has scheduled the Seminole Lions Club Charlie Ray Memorial Pancake Supper for Tuesday, Jan. 25. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students.
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