Jamestown Lion Laurie Marucci spearheaded a project to sew and send face masks to our Lions visually impaired clients in this Corona pandemic. Helping her in this effort, either by sewing or mailing, were Lion Lori Johnson, Lion Karan Murray, and Lion Cathy Cimo.
The Jamestown Lions Club recently visited The Woodlands Campus for a tour of the facilities offered by the Heritage Ministries newest retirement community. We were welcomed by Sandy Ahlgren and her staff for a tour of the housing that includes 12 rooms, a full kitchen and dining room, laundry services and all the comforts of living at home. Getting to experience what Heritage Ministries has created for our community was great. Thank you again Sandy and staff for welcoming the Jamestown Lions Club and giving us a tour.
For more information on what Heritage Ministries is doing check out their Facebook Page.
Recently the Jamestown Lions Club partnered with the Southside Redemption Center to allow anyone to drop off their recyclable cans and bottles and donate the money to help aid the community through the Jamestown Lions. We are always looking for new opportunities to serve our community and Jason and Robert Porter from the Southside Redemption Center have allowed us another avenue to generate revenue to do so. The money from the donated recyclables will go back to the community to aid in assistance with our blind friends, vision screenings, and additional community services that look to expand and better the people who live and work here. If you would like more information or are interested in donating some recyclables for the Jamestown Lions just drop your cans off at The Southside Redemption center and let them know they are for The Jamestown Lions Club.
Southside Redemption Center 1752 Foote Avenue Extension Jamestown NY 14701
Jason and Robert Porter