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The members are looking around the community for ways to serve. They have recently donated to Bridgehaven.

Iva Votaw

Kenefick Activities Club Reporter


Gunslingers, LTC. is hosting a Memorial Day theme Paint & Brush fundraiser on Thursday, May 20. For $50 per ticket pick your choice of two patriotic paintings! Beginners are welcome! All supplies are included. $20 out of each $50 ticket goes to local charities.

LIBERTY ROTARY CLUB The Liberty Rotarians are carefully adhering to guidelines from officials and encouraging everyone to shop local as often as possible. Rotarians are collaborating with other service organizations.


The Fine Arts Society of Liberty Texas fosters the arts and provides scholarships to students majoring in Fine Arts in college. Each year, the Society grants scholarships to such students and supplies fees for high school and jr high students attending camp. The contact person for scholarships is Mrs. Christie Bean of Liberty High School. The next meeting of the board as well as anyone who wishes to help with the Fall 2021 Expo and/or become a member of FASOLT will be on Monday, May 24. The Fall 2021 Expo is scheduled for early October and will feature the work of local artists and youth in the categories of photography, visual arts, dance, song and culinary arts. FASOLT is asking for school and community involvement. The meeting on May 24 will take place at LHS at 7 pm. FASOLT will meet each month on the fourth Monday of the month.


LIBERTY LIONS KNOCK IT OUT OF THE BALLPARK GRANTING $25,000 IN SCHOLARSHIPS!!!!! The recipients from Liberty High School receiving $2,500 each are: Ethan Smart, Emily Pierce, Megan Farabee, Citlali Garcia, Marko Garcia-Lopez, Maritza Miranda, Julia Adams, Emily Thibodeaux, Kyla Watkins and Aaliyah Dugat. Liberty Lions took a work crew including PDG/Past President Chris Moorman, Immediate Past President David Leonard, and Lion Martin Trahan to make repairs at Texas Lions Camp. Texas Lions Camp is 515 acres which services disabled and diabetic children during the Summer. Lions of Texas sponsor them. While Liberty Lions cannot physically meet at the City Hall, they are a closely knit group who is a model of service for other Lions Clubs. In addition to servicing and supplying needs for the local community, Liberty Lions are always helping with various District, State and International Lions projects and charities including the Texas Lions Camp. Liberty Lions distribute American and Texas flags.


Lone Star Guardians are hosting a no fences cookoff Friday, May 28-May 30 at White Memorial Park, 300 White Memorial Park Rd., Anahuac. Proceeds go to assist local charities.


Dayton Noon Lions meet each 1st and 3rd Thursday at the Kountry Kitchen in Dayton. The group is happy to be back serving the community. Thursday, April 22, from 5 pm to 7 pm the Dayton Noon Lions hosted a Spaghetti Supper. Proceeds will benefit Lions charities.


Hardin Lions are preparing for an Anniversary Celebration. This event will also be a fundraiser for scholarships and charities. The event will take place this Fall. Anyone who would like to contribute to this effort may contact Hardin Lions President Savannah Ardoin at 936- 776-6427 or or Hardin Lions Secretary Bonita Davis at 936-334-9058 or


District 2-S2 is looking for hard-working members who are interested in joining KOPE 2-S2 Cyber Lions Club. KOPE is community facing and we want to touch the world. The club will meet online and perform real life service activities. For more information contact District Governor Bonita Davis at Texas Lions Multiple District 2 State Convention will be held in Waco from Thursday, May 20 through Saturday, May 22. During this convention the 2020-2021 Council of Governors will complete their term and become Immediate Past District Governors. In August, they will be inducted into the association. The 2021-2022 Council of Governors begin their administration on July 1 with the beginning of the Lions’ fiscal year.


Hardin Helping Hands is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. Hardin Helping Hands sponsors several community based projects including food drives and the Students First Program which provides new clothing and other essential needs to students in Hardin ISD several times throughout the year.