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Spring Project 2018 ~ Lion Fountain at KidTown - Azalea Park

Legacy Project
first photo Ribbon Cutting by Areta Schock and second photo Group by Jenna Willis 
 
 
June 7th, 2017 Brookings-Harbor Lions Club Oasis Park Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. First club in City's Adopt-A-Park Program...Celebrating 100 Years of LCI Service!
 
 
Our local Brookings-Harbor Lions Club has two community 100 year legacy projects underway.  This summer members are putting in a Lion drinking fountain in Kids Town at Azalea Park. The club also decided to adopt the downtown Oasis Park to beautify and maintain. In phase one, twenty Azaleas have been planted and a mini dog station. With the help of local artists, built by Dave Jenkins and painted by Brian Gibbons, the park now features a Pop-Up Library where you may take a book and leave a book later. All readers of any age are welcome to share the fun of reading. Check-out  Brookings-Harbor Lions Club Facebook page for project updates. 
 
The Lions would like to thank the following supporters for our community park project : Ace Hardware, BiMart, Dave Botnen, Brookings Glass, Freeman Rock, Brian Gibbons  and Dave Jenkins.
 
Brookings-Harbor Lions Club
Joan & Jenna Willis, Lions Design Team 
 

 

 

Lions won parade May 27, 2017 "Community Service Award" Curry Coastal Pilot

http://www.currypilot.com/news/5336931-151/parade-winners-announced?referrer=fpblob

Lions in the 78th Azalea Festival Parade Memorial Day Weekend

downtown Brookings Oasis Park adopted by BHLC as a Legacy Project

June 7th Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at 4pm ~ Celebrating 100 Years of LCI Service

Lions Oasis Park Pop-Up Library "Take A Book, Leave A Book" built by Dave Jenkins and painted by Brian Gibbons

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