The Foresthill Lions Club is a fun loving group of dedicated men and women out to improve the lives of those fortunate enough to live and work on the beautiful Foresthill Divide. We are blessed with spectacular scenery, stately pine trees and rushing rivers still sparkling with gold! We contribute to the betterment of the students at our elementary, middle and high schools in many ways.
To keep our town attractive, we seasonally plant and maintain flower boxes in the center of town proudly displaying fire buckets to honor our local firefighters who keep the town safe during our hot summer months. Our Club is actively involved in many events in Foresthill, including the Memorial Day and 4th of July Parades, our Heritage Festival, Car Show, Harvest Festival and Christmas Tree Lighting.
Our big fund-raising event of the year is our Seafood-a-Rama and Community Raffle held in February. Because seating is limited, everyone scrambles to get the 'Hottest Ticket in Town' for this popular event.
As new residents discover the peace and beauty of our neighborhood, we continue to increase our club membership with folks who are interested in service in our community. We were identified as one of the fastest growing clubs in our district .
We enjoy having visitations from other Lions Clubs. Please contact our Club Secretary or President to make your dinner reservations the week before the meeting you would like to attend. Bring a crowd....we have plenty of room!
As much as we enjoy the camaraderie of our Lions Club
members and all the activities we are involved in, we know we can always do more. Should you have ideas or recommendations for projects that would benefit our community, we'd love to hear from you.
Yours Sincerely in Service,
- Lion John Northup, President
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." ~ Margaret Mead
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