This year, as in years past, the Lions will donate the proceeds of the Fred Michel Award to the Texas Lions Camp. One of the world’s premier summer camps, the Texas Lions Camp was founded in 1949 and dedicated to the perpetual enjoyment of children who have physical disabilities. Today, TLC serves about 1,500 excited campers per summer and has provided services to more than 70,000 since its inception. TLC offers a number of types of camps each summer, which are divided into three categories: camps for children who have physical disabilities, camps for children who have Down Syndrome and camps for children who have type-1 diabetes.

Lions Club to host Hunter’s Night Out

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This year, as in years past, the Lions will donate the proceeds of the Fred Michel Award to the Texas Lions Camp. One of the world’s premier summer camps, the Texas Lions Camp was founded in 1949 and dedicated to the perpetual enjoyment of children who have physical disabilities. Today, TLC serves about 1,500 excited campers per summer and has provided services to more than 70,000 since its inception. TLC offers a number of types of camps each summer, which are divided into three categories: camps for children who have physical disabilities, camps for children who have Down Syndrome and camps for children who have type-1 diabetes.
This year, as in years past, the Lions will donate the proceeds of the Fred Michel Award to the Texas Lions Camp. One of the world’s premier summer camps, the Texas Lions Camp was founded in 1949 and dedicated to the perpetual enjoyment of children who have physical disabilities. Today, TLC serves about 1,500 excited campers per summer and has provided services to more than 70,000 since its inception. TLC offers a number of types of camps each summer, which are divided into three categories: camps for children who have physical disabilities, camps for children who have Down Syndrome and camps for children who have type-1 diabetes.

By KAROLYN GEPHART

Hunter’s Night Out is set for Saturday, May 18 at Bass Pro Shop at SH288 and the Beltway in Pearland.

Hosted by the Manvel-Iowa Colony Lions Club, the annual 130 gun fundraiser will have doors open at 5 p.m.

Activities include gun drawings, barbecue, an auction, and prize games.

Tickets are $30 each or four for $100. Tickets must be purchased in advance and can be paid in cash, check or credit card.

Ticket includes entry into 130 gun drawing, admission, and a meal.

Winners of prizes need not be present to win and may choose alternate Bass Pro Shop merchandise in lieu of a gun.

To see what guns will be in the drawing, go to www.manvellionsclub.org.

Hunters can bring their unused White Tail Deer Tags to enter into the Biggest Loser Gun Drawing.

Tickets can be purchased at the following locations: Bass Pro Shop at the gun counter, Matrix Manufacturing at 2625 Miller Ranch Road in Pearland, Manvel Mattress and Furniture at 20350 Hwy. 6 in Manvel, and Area Safe and Lock at 2004 S. Gordon St. in Alvin.

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