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                   RECYCLE FOR SIGHT 

The Inglis-Yankeetown Lions have several "Recycle for Sight" collection stations throughout the community. Used prescription glasses, sunglasses and eye glass cases are collected. A group of Lions in the Ocala area sort, grade and pack the glasses collected in the local zone. These glasses are sent to international locations and give those who would otherwise not have the opportunity to have their vision corrected through lense technology the gift of sight.  Recyle your used glasses!

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LIONS DISTRICT 36-O YOUTH EXCHANGE SCHOLARSHIP

Each year the Lions of District 35-O give a $1000.00 scholarship to one or more outstanding high school seniors in the district. The student receiving a scholarship is expected to apply it to college expenses whether it is for books, lab fees, computers or other directly related expenses.

The deadline for submitting the scholarship  application is Nov 2013

The application must include a statement of 150 words or less telling why you feel you should be awarded this scholarship and how it will benefit future educational and career, a statement listing extra curricular activities, three personal references and must be signed by your school guidance counselor.  To request an application,  send your name and address to 

Lions Scholarship

c/o  Inglis Yankeetown Lions Club

P.O. Box  314, Inglis, Fl 34449

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FLAG INSTALLATION PROJECT 2013

A Yankeetown Resident has volunteerd to install US Flags -free! The Lions Club is coordinating this project. Phase 1 residents,  on Riverside Drive in Yankeetown between 60th and 63rd Streets, have been notified. Residents must purchase their own flag kit. If well received in the initial area, this offer may be extended to other areas. Stay tuned for more details!

 

 

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