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Bemidji, Minnesota

Lions Club

Bemidji is known as the home to
Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox 

2022 Lions Raffle Kick Off

With the Bemidji Independence Day Parade, the Bemidji Lions Club kicked off its sale of 2022 ATV Raffle Tickets.  Bemidji Lions Club President Jessica Minske and First Vice President Ethan Larson display in the picture below the Polaris Sportsman 450 ATV that is the Grand Prize (the winner has the option for $5,000 in cash instead).  Tickets purchased for $10 each will fund the many local organizations that the Lions Club donates its funds to each year.  The drawing will be on November 2 and the tickets are being sold by members of the Bemidji Lions Club and the First City Lions Club.  Watch for locations at local businesses where the ATV will be on display and Lions will be selling the raffle tickets. 


Craig Cameron, Lion of the Year

Jim Molde, President's Award

College Food Shelf Shortage Puts Lions Into Action

Bemidji’s Technical College Food Shelf was depleted and in need.  Members of the Bemidji Lions Club pooled donations of goods and cash at a recent meeting.  Lions members used the cash to purchase from local stores food to put on the college’s food shelf shown in this picture. 

Bemidji Club Supports Local Arts

Headwaters Music and Arts is a local organization that the Bemidji Lions Club supports.  As part of their presentation to the Club Meeting Executive Director, (and Lions member Tricia Andrews) is pictured receiving a check of $500 from Club President Lion Leon Nelson.  Performing at the meeting is the First City Singers organized by and practicing at the Headwaters school.





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