Monday, October 5, 2015

Pleasant Grove Jubilee Days - Sept. 12, 2015

Each year at Pleasant Grove Jubilee Days the Pleasant Grove Lions Club makes and sells scones to raise moneys for student scholarships and to help needing people with vision needs (eye glasses, etc.).  We are grateful to help in our community in the programs we support.  While at the Jubilee festivities we also performed 59 vision screening and referred 6 people to follow-up with a health practitioner.  Below are some of the pictures we took to help us all remember the difference we can make in our community. 

Darlene, Lorraine and Sherry preparing to do scones.

Milt, Jo and Landon doing vision screening process

Friday, July 31, 2015

June 6, 2015 Cherry Hills Parade

Just found photos showing the club's participation in the Cherry Hills parade.  Cherry Hills is in our club's service area.

July 16, 2015 - Honoring some of our scholarship winners

We are at our Lions pavilion in the Pleasant Grove City Park.  We are honoring scholarship winners from Boys and Girls State.  Cameron won our $500 educational scholarship.  We are always trying to give back to our community.  Helping youth with scholarships to further their educational and develop leadership skills is one way we make a difference and help our youth play it forward.  Our hope is that our youth will find ways to serve in our community.  Lions Leos (age 12-18 years) clubs have a  program that does just that.  Contact our club president or email 
Boy and Girl State Scholarship Winners

President Darlene Seely & Cameron, $500 Educational Scholarship

2015 Strawberry Days Parade, June 20th

2015-2016 Club President Darlene Seely
Once again the Pleasant Grove Lions Clubs shares with parade goers what Lions Clubs do.  Where there is a need there is a Lion.  We had some or of scholarship winners join us in the parade.  Our motto "We Serve".
Lions Lorrie Jonas & Dist. Gov. 2015-2016 Milt Taylor

Lions Lorrie Jonas & Jo Taylor

2015 Scholarship winners

2015-2016 District Governor Milt Taylor, Dist. 28T

Thursday, June 18, 2015

June 13, 2015 Lions Service

We [provided the water for 40 runners to help raise money for a camp for children and siblings  whose parent or family member had cancer.   The camp and counselors are from BYU. Alena Christensen was the organizer for the Lindon  three mile race. 

Where their is a need there is a Lion.  Come join us and help make a difference is your community.