Magic show another example of what the Lions Club does in the community

Sponsoring shows like this helps the Trail Lions Club with the services they provide their community – both locally and internationally.

On Jan. 26, the Trail Lions Club sponsored a Magic Show performed by Trevor and Lorena Watters at Webster School. The act also featured Steve Hamilton – known as ‘Steve the Pretty Good!’ – the show is aimed at the children in the audience, but the adults present all seemed to have just as much fun.

Trevor and Lorena are international performers and have over 20 international awards for their work. The Trail Lions Club would like to thank everyone who supported us by attending this amazing show and everyone who was willing to help sponsor the performance with their kind donations, thus enabling those families facing difficult financial times to bring their children free of charge.

Sponsoring shows like this helps the Trail Lions Club with the services they provide their community – both locally and internationally.

Lions Clubs International fund projects that help eliminate blindness throughout the world, are there at times of crisis, through the Lions International Foundation, funding of disaster relief, and support of programs aimed at improving the lives of those less fortunate.

Locally we have been able to support the three food banks, put in a wheelchair ramp, aid families who must go to Vancouver for treatments, and support a camp for disabled children – to name just a few of our projects.

All the money raised through public projects, goes back to the community – that is our mandate.

If anyone is interested in becoming a Lion, they should contact a member, we would welcome all those that are interested in joining our organization.

Len Delorie

PR chairman for Trail Lions Club

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