LBLC Cook for Athletes at Camp Barnes

Submitted by Lion John Monahan

Members of the Lord Baltimore Lions once again had the pleasure of cooking hamburgers, cheeseburgers and hot dogs for the Special Olympic Athletes at Camp Barnes on Sunday, August 6 and Monday, August 14. The weather was beautiful and the spirit of the young athletes made this a memorable good time for the Lions and other volunteers who were able to serve on these days.

At least 8 Lions were on hand to work both shifts that featured the preparation and cooking of over 120 burgers plus hot dogs.

These special days were enhanced for all Lion volunteers as each of us received special volunteer shirts in appreciation for our efforts. The best part of the day for many of us is the special feelings we leave with hearing the thank you and seeing the smiles of these very nice young athletes.





Lord Baltimore Lions Support the Good Work at KSI

The 55th Anniversary Awards Dinner for Kent Sussex Industries was held on Tuesday evening, June 13, at the Modern Maturity Center in Dover. Almost 300 people, including Lord Baltimore Lions John and Patricia Monahan, attended this special evening to recognize the success and accomplishments of individuals served by KSI. Four people were honored as the “2016 Outstanding Employees of the Quarter”. It was truly inspiring to hear the many challenges they faced in their lives and to really appreciate the work of the KSI staff in preparing these individuals.

The KSI mission is to assist people with disabilities in the pursuit of their potential in employment and for meaningful participation in their communities. LBLC King Lion John Monahan met briefly with Craig Crouch after the awards ceremony. He congratulated KSI on the wonderful program and presented Mr. Crouch with a donation on behalf of the Lord Baltimore Lions Club.


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