On Saturday, April 22, 2017 the Lion Club members from ASU Campus, Scottsdale Kachina and Scottsdale McCormick joined as a Lions family to plant 4 “Red Push Trees” and 40 multiple flower plants at the Vista del Camino Community Center in Scottsdale.This facility helps their community of lower income individuals with utilities, food, job search and other areas for a better living and survival. Most of the clientele is from age 50 and older.
Our mission was to have an impact on the environment as well as leave a beautiful legacy forall to enjoy for many years.
Three of the trees were planted and a name plate was put in the name of ASU Campus, Scottsdale
Kachina and Scottsdale McCormick. The fourth tree was placed with the name plate honoring all the Lions of Arizona. These trees will bloom red, orange and yellow leaves in the fall and have glossy green leaves the rest of the year. Special thanks to Lion Jim Richardson from Avondale LC for his help in planting the flowers.
We are Lions before we are a club. We Serve!