Bellingham Central Lions Club

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Dear Lions, 

This week we are seeing firsthand the amazing Christmas Spirit and dedication to our motto “We Serve” as the District 19H-1 Flood Relief Fund passed $100,000. These funds are busy at work supplying urgent humanitarian items to the many in Whatcom County who have lost so much following two major and devastating flood events. I want to give a special “thank-you” to Everson President Amy Ramstread who monitors the daily needs and to three amazing Treasurers who are making sure all funds are accounted for and administered properly:  Bellingham Central Lion Bruce Ayers, Everson Lion Ron Bruland and Lynden Lion Nancy Kuelz.  They are doing a fantastic job of managing the funds. 

Please remember all the Lions and volunteers who are providing flood relief in a way that makes us all very proud to be part of one of the world’s greatest service organizations.

Sincerely, 
Zone Chairman Galen Laird, 19H-1 

Applications

Applications for assistance can be found here.

Wheelchair Warehouse

The Al Boe Wheelchair Warehouse loans durable medical equipment to folk in Northwest Washington.

Eye Clinic

The Frank Haskell Eye Clinic provides free eye examinations and glasses for qualified low-income persons.

Events

See upcoming events sponsored by Bellingham Central Lions Club!

March 24,2020

Fellow Lions and patrons to the Bellingham Central Lions Club’s Wheelchair Warehouse,

Al Boe Wheelchair Warehouse will be closed for the next two weeks as requested by our Governor. Please check our homepage for updates to our schedule.

Kind Regards,
Lion Bob Curtis
2nd VP