2017 Beneficiary: Woodland Park Pikes Peak Lions Club
Each year, the LSOC Committee chooses a recipient for the parade fundraising effort. The Woodland Park Pikes Peak Lions Club is the recipient for 2017!
Woodland Park Pikes Peak Lions Club is part of the largest service organization in the world. Lions Club members are made up of volunteer minded men and women! Our club serves the greater Woodland Park, Colorado area. So far this year, we have:
- Provided an eye check and glasses for a person in Woodland Park
- Partnered with the Aspen Mine Center to assist a family with a handicap ramp for their home
Lions Clubs International is the world’s largest service club organization with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.
Please contact these Lions committee members if you are interested in being a sponsor:
Sue Greene – moc.e1524585671rotss1524585671pueht1524585671@47311524585671erots1524585671 – 719.229.6759
Mary Hanahan – moc.l1524585671oa@en1524585671onaha1524585671nah1524585671 – 630.373.4676
2016 Beneficiary: Friends of the Florissant Fossil Beds
2015 Beneficiary: Ute Pass Kiwanis
2014 Beneficiary: Ute Pass Symphony Guild
2013 Beneficiary: Woodland Park Community Cupboard
2012 Beneficiary: Girl Scouts of Colorado, Troop 249
2011 Beneficiary: Teller County Search and Rescue
2010 Beneficiary: Boy Scouts of America, Teller County
To apply to be the beneficiary of next year’s parade, please download the application. (40kb PDF) For additional information, please contact Tracie Bennitt at *protected email* 719-687-7375 or Doreen Ward at *protected email* 719-313-3940.