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Lions Club Honors Jimmie Porter
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District Governor Terry Milsom presents chevron pin and certificate to Lion Jimmie Porter for 15 years of membership and service with the Colorado City Rye Lions Club. The chevron award program recognizes Lions for their long-term service, beginning at ten years and continuing in five-year increments until 75 years of service. Congratulations and ROAR to Lion Jimmie for this achievement and for his continued service to the Lions Club and our community!

The Lions club will be distributing 75 – 80 food baskets this year for the less fortunate in our community. The Lions also will be providing Christmas presents for 54 children in our community ranging in age from one year to over 14 years. Anyone wishing to donate a toy or make a monetary contribution, please contact Lion Donna at 251-6097.

On Saturday, December 14, the Lions will be at Valley Market collecting nonperishable food items and donations for the food baskets to be distributed to our community. Stop in and say hi and enjoy Lion Bob Flinn serenading you with Christmas music on his accordion.

The Lions and Leos hope to see everyone next Saturday, December 7th, at Santa Comes to Rye. The Lions Chuckwagon will be serving food from 9am to 2pm and the Rye Country Café will be open for seating and use of restrooms.

It’s a basic premise of life that “it is better to give than to receive”. At Christmas, we prove to ourselves that the satisfaction of giving oneself to others, either in a spiritual or material way, is incomparable to the feeling we get when we receive. Giving makes us feel happy and at peace. This Christmas, let us make a conscious effort to give everything we can to others: Smiles, hugs, kindness, affection, love, support, gratitude, harmony, time and also the material elements that are within our means.

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