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Environmental protection
Health Care
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... including these projects:

Children’s Summer Reading Program
Children’s Variety Television
Diabetes treatment and research
Eastern Niagara Hospital
Equi-Star Therapeutic Riding
Eye Disease research and treatment
Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind
Guiding Eyes for the Blind
Lions Blind and Charity Fund

 

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Local Food and Soup Kitchens
Niagara Frontier Reading Service
Niagara Hospice
Olcott Carousel and Community projects
Olcott Lions Scholarship Fund
Olcott Volunteer Fire Company
Rainbow of Help
Vision Beyond Sight


Olcott Polar Bear "Swim For Sight" featured in Lions International Magazine.

Check out the article which appeared in the November 2010 issue of Lions International Magazine by clicking on the image at right.

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Certified Guiding Lions

Olcott Lions Scott Kassay, Duane Snyder and Bill Rosenberg are now ‘Certified Guiding Lions’. Their training and experience allows them to assist Lions Clubs throughout Western NY with their growth and development. The Lions have 46,000 clubs worldwide and 1.35 million members that provide humanitarian services in their local communities. By the way, this is a photo of their post-graduation festivities at the Southern Tier Brewery!

Olcott Lions Scott Kassay, Duane Snyder and Bill Rosenberg are now ‘Certified Guiding Lions’.

New trees in Olcott's Krull Park

Community and business leaders in Olcott recently teamed-up to plant more than 20 new trees in Olcott's Krull Park.  The Olcott Lions Club coordinated the project to transplant the trees donated by Voelpel Farms.  Stedman's Nursery relocated the trees to Krull Park and Niagara County Park's staff replanted them along the east park drive.

Checking out the new sign are from left; Jane Voelpel of Voelpel Farms, Darryl DeVoe of Niagara County Parks, Robin Coomey of Stedman's Nursery and Bill Rosenberg of the Olcott Lions Club.

Checking out the new sign are from left; Jane Voelpel of Voelpel Farms, Darryl DeVoe of Niagara County Parks, Robin Coomey of Stedman's Nursery and Bill Rosenberg of the Olcott Lions Club.

Olcott Lions Help Local Families with Holiday Meal

The Olcott Lions Club teamed-up with Budwey's Market of Newfane to provide 'all-the fixins' for a holiday meal to help more than a dozen local families. 

In front are Lions Mike Kearns and Greg Bienecki.  Standing are Lions Jim Pichey, Mike Rann, Andy Sweeney and Mike Hoffman of Budwey's. 

The new fitness trail at Krull Park

The new fitness trail at Krull Park was opened this summer thanks to the cooperative efforts of the Olcott Lions Club and the Niagara County Parks Department.  The fitness trail has four exercise stations with self-guided fitness targets located along the park's south loop. 

Pictured left to right are Olcott Lions Project Manager, Mike Rann and Lions fitness specialists, Andrew Sweeney and Bill Rosenberg.
 

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