Great Turnout for Lions Club Pancake Breakfast Saturday Morning
BEDFORD - MAY 7, 2022 - There was a great turnout for the Annual Lions Club Pancake breakfast. The pancake breakfast lasts until noon today.
" We are back to normal," Steve Warren exclaimed as he was turning out the pancakes on the gridle.
Vehicles line up for drive through service at this morning's Lion Club Pancake Breakfast
Both the inside and drive-through lines were both congested, which was a good thing, for a good cause as the Lions Club serves the needs of the community.
The pancake breakfast held both in May and October is the sole fundraising project for the service club.
The motto of the organization is " We Serve" and the organization Serves the Community in a variety of ways.
List of local community projects include:
Lawrence County Boys/Girls Club Annual Sponsorships
Award BNL Academic Scholarship
Distribute copies of the Constitution & Declaration of Independence to Bedford -North Lawrence 11th graders
Pre-School Kid Sight Vision Screenings
WBIW Safe Night and Senior Fair Vision Screenings
Vision Care Assistance for Needy Children and Adults
Recycle Used Eyeglasses for Worldwide Distribution
Hearing Aid Assistance for Needy Children and Adults
Collect Used Hearing Aids for State Programs
Help out with Stamp Out Food Hunger Food Drive
Help out Lawrence County Cancer Services Annual Car Show
Support Distinguished Young Woman ( Junior Miss) Program
Build Ramps for those who have Physical Mobility Challenges
Ring the Bell for Salvation Army Red Kettle Program
Conduct Mosquito Fogging in the City of Bedford
Conduct outstanding Youth Appreciation Program
Organize & Participate in the Limestone Heritage Festival and Christmas Parades
Support United Way Programs
Sponsor Bedford Parks Department Kid Activities
Lions Club State Projects Include:
Speech and Hearing
Eye & Tissue Bank
Indiana School for the Blind & Visually Impaired
Indiana State Police Law Camp
Internation Projects include:
Lions Club Internation Foundation
Drug Awareness and Education
Sight First Campaign
There are 46,000 clubs with over 1.4 million members making the Lions Club one of the largest service club organizations.
The Lions Club is always seeking new members to carry on the tradition of service.
Bedford Lions Club meetings are held 2nd and 4th Mondays at 6:30 p.m. at the First Baptist Church Christian Life Center 1515 20th Street Bedford Indiana.
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