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Elmhurst Lions end 2021 with over $5,000 in Donations!!


Thanks to all our Members for their hard work and the Community for their tremendous support at our recent Reverse Raffle and Pumpkin Path Fundraisers.


Some of the biggest contributions went to:


Elmhurst/Yorkfield Food Pantry

Elmhurst Walk-In Assistance Network

United Community Concerns Association


Kathie Watts, executive director of the Elmhurst-Yorkfield Food Pantry and Jackie Crnkovich, Executive Director of Elmhurst Walk-In Assistance Network were at our meeting to except the donations!



Again thank you to all our donors for making this possible!


                             

Some of our best community organizations were with us to present the checks: Lions Marie Straube from Elmhurst YMCA, Lion Dave Oberg from Elmhurst History Museum, Lion Marcy Rodriguez from Elmhurst Public Library and Lion Yashica Weeks from Elmhurst Hospital. Others Lions Club Members present include Lion Don Stolper, Lion Rita Borzym (Club President), Lion Pete Maitland, Lion Shirley Wodynski, Lion Jim Hallberg, Lion Dan Kordik, and Lion Jim Worden.



The Elmhurst Lions are dedicated to raising funds that benefit local children and adults with vision and hearing needs. Looking for assistance? Please click on the link below for a request form.

Elmhurst Lions Club Assistance Request Form


Once completed please forward form to: 

Elmhurst Lion Club, P.O. Box 692, Elmhurst, IL 60126


The Elmhurst Lions are dedicated to raising funds that benefit local children and adults with vision and hearing needs.

 

Please browse the pages of our site, and if you would like to become a member of the Elmhurst Lions, please check out the "Join Us" page for membership information.

 

Whenever a Lions club gets together, problems get smaller. And communities get better. That's because we help where help is needed - in our own communities and around the world - with unmatched integrity and energy. Our 46,000 clubs and 1.4 million members make us the world's largest service club organization.

 

Lions club members come together in this humorous hip hop video. The lyrics focus on what wearing the yellow Lions club vest means to the community.

 

Check out with Video with the following Link    

 

Rockin' the Vest


Eye Glasses Recycling

EyeGlass Flyer.pdf


Lions and Leos help to conserve sight by providing usable eyeglasses to children

and adults throughout the world.


Why Recycle Glasses?

An estimated 120 million people are visually

impaired because of uncorrected refractive errors (far and near sightedness). Almost all cases can be corrected and normal vision can be restored with eyeglasses, contact lenses or refractive surgery.


The lack of eyeglasses denies children and adults opportunities for education, employment and a better quality of life.


The Elmhurst Lion have collections locations throughout the City...Please see flyer below:


Lions Picnic Huge Success!!!


We gave away 320 hot dogs, with all the fixings, chips, and bottled water on 

June 3rd at the Hub Tent at Berens Park. We had a beautiful day and with the help of 12 volunteers we gave away our last hot dog with 4 minutes left for the event. 




Here is a link to the Independent Article.



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