Marietta Lions support Boy and Girls Club
The Marietta Noon Lions Club has been serving the Marietta community for over 96 years. Most recently, Marietta Noon Lions has been giving back to organizations like the Washington County Boys and Girls Club.
The Washington County Boys and Girls Club is currently working on renovating their building to complete their gym project. Many fundraisers have been planned and grants received, but the project is still accepting donations.
Marietta Noon Lions President Steve McCarthy presented a check on February 4 for $500 to help the Club with this project.
“We cannot express how thankful we are to have partnerships with groups like the Marietta Noon Lions Club,” said Rebecca Johnson, Executive Director of the Washington County Boys and Girls Club. “Their support, and the support of our community is so important for the well-being of our community’s youth.”
Throughout the pandemic, Marietta Noon has donated over $3,000 to local and state organizations, collected and donated used eyeglasses, as well as over 100 lbs of plastic for recycling from the public.
The Marietta Noon Lions focuses on service in the areas of hunger relief, vision, diabetes awareness, environment and pediatric cancer. For more information on plastic collection or eyeglass collection, find Marietta Noon Lions on Facebook, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about Lions International and the work that Lions are doing all over the world go to lionsclubs.org.