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The Lebanon Lions Club will celebrate 90 years of service with a special “We Serve” luncheon at Big Town Hero Restaurant at noon on November 19th, 2014. All former Lions are encouraged to attend to help celebrate the Club’s milestone.
Ron Passmore, President of the Lebanon Lions Club, stated, “The members thought an appropriate way to mark the milestone was to hold a service luncheon.” To that end, the Club has earmarked up to $ 3,000 to gift other non-profits in the Lebanon area. Grant amounts will range in size from $100-$500. Qualifications to be considered are simple. The interested organization must be a 501(c)3 qualified organization and submit a one-page request to the Lions Club identifying its mission and how it would use the grant to serve the Lebanon area. Letters can be sent to Lebanon Lions Club, PO Box 155, Lebanon, Oregon 97355 or electronic copies can be sent as an attachment in an email to email@example.com. The deadline for receiving the request is November 4th, 2014. Organizations chosen to receive funds will be invited to send a representative to the Nov. 12th luncheon to receive their grant. Additional information can be received by calling 541-990-0240.
submitted by Ron Passmore