Lions Club looks to grow in Kindersley

The club’s members are brainstorming recruitment strategies as they try to grow

Three members of the Kindersley Centennial Lions Club branch are joined by members of the Eston 95 Lions Club at a meeting on Oct. 16 at the Kindersley & District Plains Museum. Left to right, Theresa Japp, Sharon Johnson, local member Allen McKinnon, branch club president Rheana Luimes, local member Michelle Conway, Karen Holmes and Marion Andrews.

Kenneth Brown
of The Clarion

Kindersley has a new Lions Club branch and the clubs current members are now serving the community and trying to grow the club to obtain its charter.

There are several ways to support a community, and joining a service club or fraternal organization is one way to give back. Membership is down for most service clubs, so people could help by joining their local clubs or organizations if they have any time to spare.

Service clubs have done a lot for communities and several smaller communities would not have different events or amenities without their clubs. Local clubs and organizations have been featured over a series of articles this year.

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