Md 4 Live Oak California United States
|Club Address:PO Box 325 Live Oak, California 95953 |
This Page address: http://liveoakca.lionwap.org
When:Every Monday at 7pm.
|Name||Office Tel||Home Tel|
|1st Vice President||530-701-3720|
|Membership Chairman||Charles Aldridge||530-695-2366|
We always have tons going on and we are a very active club. Want to join a great Lions club? Give us a call today! You can make a difference. For more information send us an email or give us a call at 530-695-2206 or (530) 701-3720.
Club Visitations - If you would like to make a visit to our Live Oak club, you are more than welcome and very encouraged. Please give us a call in advance so that we can make sure that our cook will have plenty of food (530) 701-3720 or (530) 695-2206.If you have hearing aids that can be reused (recycled), please call Lion Lou at (530) 695-2206, so we can help others with hearing impairments.We were able to deliver 120 Christmas Food Baskets on Dec. 19, 2015. Thank you to all who made donations to make this possible. Thank you for your support.
Our annual No Duck Duck Dinner will be held on Feb. 6, 2016, at the Live Oak Community Center, 10200 O St. This is our only fundraiser that pays for our operating costs of the club. This dinner is only open to Lions Clubs members & their guests. Opportunity drawing tickets sold prior to the event will be put in a cash drawing for $100 & $50. We will have ducks, that people will be donating. Due to the rise in the cost of tri-tip, our dinner tickets will be $20 this year. There will be some great opportunity drawing prizes as usual. There will be a no host bar. Doors open at 6pm & dinner is served at 7pm.
We will be conducting our White Cane Fundraiser on Jan. 29, 2016 at the Live Oak High School Basketball Homecoming Games. All donations at this event go to helping others with visual impairments. Ask us about becoming a Lions Club member.
Our Student Speaker Contest will be held on Feb. 8, 2016, at the Maple Park Apartments Community Center . This contest is open to high school age students. The topic is "Liberty and Justice for All"-What does it mean to you? Contact us if you would like more information.
We welcome your questions and comments
Page created at 2006-08-15 and Last updated at 2016-01-24.