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Grass Lake Leo Club
Welcome to the web page for the Grass Lake Chapter of the Leo Club - A youth-run service organization sponsored by the Grass Lake Lions Club. 

RECIPIENTS OF THE 2008-2009 LEO CLUB EXCELLENCE AWARD, THE HIGHEST AWARD GIVEN BY LIONS CLUB INTERNATIONAL - The excellence award recognizes outstanding achievement in the areas of humanitarian service, fundraising, leadership, public relations and club administration.

CONGRATULATIONS GRASS LAKE LEO CLUB - AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE TO OUR COMMUNITY

Leo Club members, district governors (present and past), and Leo Club advisors displaying their 2009 Excellence Award.





2012-2013 GRASS LAKE LEO CLUB OFFICERS

President: Collin Keener
VP: Rachel Molnar
Secretary: Nathan Howell
Treasurer: Brett Parks
Public Relations: Gage Lammers
Tail Twister: Taylor Heckman
Membership: Sammi Lee
 
Advisors are: John Molnar (517-416-3516)  and David Keener (517-522-8386 Home or 630-327-4477 Cell)

Leo Club Announcements
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Leo Club Has Service Day at the Recreation Park
Thank you to the Grass Lake Leo Club whose members and advisors each spent 2.5 hours cleaning rocks from the Grass Lake Sports Trails and Recreation Park on Willis Road on Saturday, September 29. Four adults and seven students participated in this event, which was their first service project of the year. Thank you Leos! If you are interested in being a part of the youth service organization, please contact John Molnar at 517-416-3516, or David Keener at 517-522-8386.


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10/21/11 Leo Club Project Successful
Once again the Grass Lake Leo Club has completed a major volunteer project as they completed a ramp at a home where the resident recently has been confined to a wheel chair. Thank you to the Leo Club members and their advisors for their wonderful generosity and hard work!

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Leo Club Assists Repairing Field
Recently the newly developed soccer fields at the Grass Lake Sports and Trails Recreation Park were vandalized by someone driving through them during seasonably wet times and spinning tires throughout the weather.  This will inevitably delay this spring's use of the field, which was being counted on. Click here to see the Cit Pat story. If you have any information leading to the identification of the perpetrators, please contact the Jackson County Sheriff's Department by calling 911. We would like thank everyone, including the Grass Lake Leo's, who have worked to re-build the fields.
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Know Someone In Need of Assistance to Purchase Glasses?
The Grass Lake Lions Club is here to assist families who need eyeglasses, but cannot afford them. Here is a contact name and number they can call for assistance.

Lion Ralph Schmude
517-522-8028
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The Grass Lake Leos Perform Another Community Service Project
On Saturday, May 25, the Grass Lake Leo Club again went above and beyond the call of duty by assisting a Grass Lake family who had recently experienced extensive property damage due to a fire. We want to thank the Leo Club members and their advisors for lightening the burden of an appreciative family. Click here to view the thank you letter written by the family.
Leo Club Contacts
+ Keener, David
+ Molnar, John
Click on name to see details.

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