Atwater Lions Club helps residents in times of need

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The Atwater Lions have been serving Atwater Township since 1954.  

The club has been a valuable local resource assisting the residents in time of need.

The Lions motto is "We Serve" and the members of the Atwater Lions have endured and persevered for the Atwater community.

Service projects include the support of the Randolph-Suffield-Atwater Food Shelf, vision screening, community calendar and bulletin board, help with community tragedies, displaying national flags for appropriate holidays, the Veterans and Firefighters Memorial Plaque, support of the local fire department, support of local youth sports organizations, Don and Maxine Knapp Academic Scholarship Fund, organizing the Memorial Day parade and services, holding the community rummage sale, and supporting the restoration and development of the Atwater Community Park.

 On July 19, the Atwater Lions will host its first Arts and Craft Show at the Atwater Town Hall, 1219 S.R. 183.

 Visitors are always welcome to visit Lions Club meetings at 7 p.m. on the second Monday of each month at the Atwater Town Hall and at 6:30 p.m. on the fourth Monday of each month at Kinsey's Restaurant.

Call 330-715-3196 for additional information.

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