North Branch Lions
North Branch Lions brought a little extra holiday joy to Ecumen of North Branch residents Dec. 18 when they delivered presents and an uplifting “Merry Christmas” to the aging residents. Shown here delivering presents to Buck Freeland and Gladys Robinson is Lion president Chris Thoma and his daug...Read More
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A team of North Branch Lions worked Wednesday evening and Thanksgiving morning to prepare free Thanksgiving dinners at the Chisago County Senior Center kitchen. “You Lions are a band of angels,” noted an elderly woman upon receiving two dinners. At right, 11 from the team paused for a photo oppo...Read More
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Syl Marking and Don Hartzel, representatives of the North Branch Lions, presented the winners of the Imagine Peace poster contest with cash prizes and certificates for free Blizzards at Dairy Queen on Friday, Oct. 26. Mary Colvin, middle school art teacher, was very pleased with the quality of the p...Read More
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Seven members of the North Branch Lions Club spent a recent Saturday morning picking all sorts of trash along both sides of a 2-mile stretch north of Highway 95. Pictured, from left: Lions Syl Marking, John Dolin, Chris Thoma, Bob Olsen and Mike Fluegel. Also helping was Alex Bates, not pictured, an...Read More
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The North Branch Lions popular fundraising prime rib dinner will be Saturday, April 21, at the North Branch Area High School commons area. The 10th annual event starts at 5 p.m. and runs until 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $13 per individual but a pair for $25. Children’s tickets are $5 for all-you-can-ea...Read More
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By MaryHelen Swanson— It is with passion that the North Branch Lions 2012 Community Service Award recipient attacks life. He doesn’t just sell tickets for Lions’ events, he sells the most. He doesn’t just attend church, he is active on many committees, including visitation where he tends to ...Read More
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