Saturday, June 12, the North Haven Lions will be at North Haven Congregational Church, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., to Restock the Food Banks. Hunger still exists; your previous donations have been distributed to needy families in our community, and our local food banks need to be restocked.
Just drive up. Volunteers will take your bags or boxes of food. No donation is too small. The following items are most in need: Parmalat Milk, juice, jelly, mayonnaise (30 oz.), coffee, pasta sauce (24 oz.), rice and beans. And consider donating your no-longer-needed eyeglasses to support the Lions Recycle for Sight Program.
Also, the Lions are again seeking support for the Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation. COVID has forced the closing of the breeding centers to the public, but the puppies keep coming. The Lions are seeking blankets, towels and Milk Bone Dog Biscuits.
The North Haven Lions Club has been serving the community since 1952. Concern for hunger, vision, the environment, childhood cancer, and diabetes awareness, are Lions Clubs International’s primary goals; and, through Second Saturday, the North Haven Lions are involved in many of these projects for our community.
Contact the North Haven Lions Club at email@example.com.