Thursday, August 23, 2007

Thank you!

The Searcy Lions Club would like to thank all of the individuals who called in and bid on items, and we would also like to especially thank all the businesses who donated items that made our auction possible.
As of last night:
  • We received $1,400 in cash donations
  • We received $6,253 in bids on items
  • For a total of $7,653 THANK YOU!

Cash donations are still welcome and we still have to collect on the bids. Thank you for your help. Together.... We Serve! Click here to see the final list of items sold for each evening

Thursday, August 16, 2007


Searcy Lions Club
47th Annual Auction

Monday, August 20, 8 pm - 10 pm
on TV - KTWN - Channel 6 & on Newstalk Radio - KSMD 99.1

Tuesday, August 21, 7 pm - 9 pm
on TV - KTWN - Channel 6

Wednesday, August 22, 7 pm - 9 pm
on TV - KTWN - Channel 6

100% of the funds raised help the blind and visually impaired.
Items up for bid are listed here and in the Sunday, August 19 edition of the Daily Citizen
It is too late to donate items to be published in the paper, however items can still be added and cash donations are always welcome. Thank you for helping the Lions. Together... We serve. Contact us.

Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Check presented to Searcy Lions Club

Wal-Mart representative Dennis May recently presented a check to James Johnson, Searcy Lions club representative, to assist the Lions. 100% of the funds raised by the Lions goes to help the blind and visually impaired in and around Searcy. The Lions are gearing up for their annual auction to take place August 20, 21, and 22 on My Town TV, KTWN 18. Members are currently soliciting items to be donated to the auction.

Wednesday, August 1, 2007

SightFirst II

Jeff Boone, Arkansas' State Coordinator and Council Chair of Campaign Sight First II speaks to the Searcy Lion's Club. Boone spoke of a special Lion's International program to deliver sight saving programs to third world countries. The program entitled "Campaign Sight First II" specializes in restorative sight medications and surgeries for only six-dollars per patient. The program goal is to raise $240,000 which translates to 40,000 men, women and children who will be given the gift of sight.