In celebration of 100 years of service, clubs all over the world are taking on club centennial projects. These Legacy Projects are a lasting gift to the community that will benefit it for years to come. These projects take many forms and can be found throughout the community in numerous places including parks and schools. Please click the headlines below to learn about them and return often. This list will be constantly growing.
The Sun City Midweek Bell Lions Club donated two park benches to RCSC for Duffeeland Dog Park. This program is a part of the Celebration of the Centennial of LIONS clubs this year. This donation is an element of Lions Club International “Legacy” project . Legacy Projects commemorate Lions Club International Centennial by making a lasting gift that will benefit the community for years to come. With over 45,000 Lions clubs throughout the world this will make a huge impact on communities. The donation ceremony was on April 26, 2017 at the Duffeeland Dog Park.
Pictured in the photo are: seated on the left park bench are Midweek Bells Lions Club President John Dietz and Duffeeland Dog park board President Dottie Paradis; seated on the right park bench is Duffeeland Dog Park board member Susan Nanni with Dog Harley. Standing behind the Lions Banner are: Lion Bob Purtell who was the chairperson of this project, Frank Berkowicz Duffeel, Dog Park board member; Vern White RCSC employee, and Brian Duthu RCSC employee.