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Current and former Delavan Lions Club members celebrated 80 years of service to the community Sunday, May 20 at Lake Lawn Resort. Lake Lawn was also the site for the Club’s 40th anniversary celebration in 1957. Continue reading
Delavan-area kids and families will not want to miss the Delavan Lions Club Breakfast with the Easter Bunny! Continue reading
Delavan Lions Club President Ryan Schroeder presented a check to the Delavan Food Pantry for 1,200 dollars on behalf of the club.
Pictured with Schroeder are volunteers from the Delavan Food Pantry. From left to right are Terry Bailey, Jean Getka, Eva Godina, Elma Morales, and Dela Reece. Continue reading
Phoenix Middle School eighth grader Faith Allen has taken the first step to becoming an internationally-recognized artist by winning a local competition sponsored by the Delavan Lions Club. Continue reading
The Delavan Lions Club is proud to provide a sizable donation of seed money for the Aram Public Library Building Expansion and Improvement Project.
The club donated a $1,000 check the the Aram Public Library Foundation, which is leading the effort to renovate and improve the inside of the library, while also expanding the building’s footprint.
Aram Library Director Anita O’Brien said the hope is to have the project complete by 2021 or 2022.
In addition to overall updating and remodeling, preliminary plans call for improved and expanded meeting spaces, a new space for teens and improvements to the children’s area of the library. Continue reading
Lions Club International celebrated 100 years of existence, having been formed in Chicago on June 7, 2017. During the week that Lions Club International celebrated its century of service and making communities better, the Delavan Lions Club installed its 2017-18 Board members. See who is leading the club on our website. Continue reading
Phoenix Middle School seventh graders in Ms. Terri Brown’s Family and Consumer Sciences classes sewed 310 standard-size pillow cases for sick children in Wisconsin hospitals. The cases were donated to “Ryan’s Cases For Smiles,” a non-profit dedicated to helping make long-term hospital stays for children as best they can be. Continue reading