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Brookings-Harbor Lions Club

President  Pam Deraita  2018~19

 

            

Brookings-Harbor Lions Club 

Celebrating 65 years of Service to our Community
Chartered on January 10, 1953
Our Motto is "We Serve"

June 9th,2016 

Our Lions presented signed Robert G. Heft flag

to elementary school.

 

2019 Scholarship Application 

Our Lions Scholarship Committee will be reviewing and selecting a new 2019 Brookings-Harbor graduate with our own scholarship application. 

Senior high school, home-schooled, Christian school students, and previous Lions past recipients continuing college may apply with a career goal related to these fields of study :

* Communication/Social/Community Service (examples : service dog training, emergency services, human services, etc. ) 

* Education (examples : special ed teacher, Sign Language, health, speech-communication, etc.) 

* Medical (examples : nursing, vision, hearing, healthcare, nutrition, physical therapy, etc.) 

* Wellness/Exercise-related (examples : sports medicine, athletic traning, physical education, etc.) 

Use of scholarship funds ($500 up-to $1,000) will be in student’s name paid directly to the educational facility. 
If you have any questions regarding our scholarship program, 
email lionjcw@yahoo.com or call 541-469-1816. 

Mail applications to
BH Lions Club P.O. Box 1105 Brookings, OR 97415 
or email PDF to lionjcw@yahoo.com 

*** BHSF Scholarship Awards :  May  2019 at BHHS cafeteria  *** 

Lions will present 2019 scholarship announcements. 

Lions Scholarship Application  

Deadline : March 1, 2019

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2019 NEW STUDENT APPLICATION

 

POST-GRAD APPLICATION

 

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   Since 1917 local Lions clubs have offered people just like you the opportunity to give something back to their community.  Lions are an International organization of 1.4 million men and women in 210 countries who work together to answer the needs that challenge communities.

 

As a member of a Lions club you become aware of the needs of our community and have the advantage to effectively make a difference.  Our club provides volunteers with project management assistance, leadership training, personal development opportunities and organized fundraising programs.  Being a Lion empowers you to help others in a way that no one person can do alone.

Now, more than ever, people with vision problems, the environment, our senior community, our youth and the disadvantaged around the world need your help.  You can make a difference.  By participating in our local Lions club you can help meet pressing needs in our community and around the world.

BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP

****  The satisfaction that comes from helping the less fortunate.
****  The opportunity to share in the growth of our community.
****  New friends who share common goals.
****  Fun meetings with occasional visits to other clubs.
****  Fellowship shared with other members.
****  Interesting and educational meetings.

If you would like more information or have ideas on how we can further serve our community please join us at one of our meetings or contact Lions Design Team lionjcw@yahoo.com.

Mail at P.O. Box 1105  Brookings,OR 97415

The Brookings-Harbor Lions Club meets the 2nd Wednesday (Business meeting) and 4th Wednesday (Social gathering) of each month.

Meeting starts at 6 pm.

Join us at the Chetco Activity Center, 550 Chetco Lane, Brookings, Oregon.

 

 

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