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Loomis Lions help others see

Anyone shopping at Raley’s can’t miss the imperial red eyeglass collection box near the store’s entrance. The Loomis Lions Club located an abandoned post office mail box, pa ...

Scout recognized for service

Ben Dalfavero, right, a Scout with Loomis Boy Scouts of America Troop 12, receives a recognition award from Sheriff Ed Bonner at the Loomis Lions Club luncheon on Jan. 3. Ben has b ...

Scouts score from golf tourney

Loomis Lions Club, with the support of the American Legion John A. Stacker Post 775, recently held a benefit golf tournament for Loomis Boy Scouts of America Troop 12 that raised m ...

Talented students earn Lions scholarships

Six local students have been awarded $500 scholarships as winners in the 2011 Lions Clubs of District 4C5 World of Talent contest. Vocal and instrumental winners recently performed ...

Loomis Lions donate $1,000 to Japan relief

It didn’t take long for Lions Club International to offer help to Japan following the March 10 earthquake. Within days, the volunteer service organization released $1.25 million ...

Cruise leads to Guatemalan mission

Loomis Lions Club members Jack and Freda Morris delivered eyeglasses to the Antigua Lions Club during a cruise vacation in the Caribbean earlier this month. “We heard that Lions ...

Looking Back

50 YEARS AGO (March 18, 1960 Issue) Fourteen-year-old Carol Lemos, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lemos, was the winner of the Lions Club oratorical contest held in Roseville. She wa ...

Scouting is 100 and still going strong

The Loomis Basin has a long tradition of participation in Boy Scouts of America, which was organized in February 1910. Boys join as Tenderfoots and can attain the top rank of Eagle ...

Lions golf tourney to benefit Scouts

The Loomis Lions Club Golf Tournament, to benefit Boy Scout Troop 12, has been set for May 8 at the Lincoln Hills Orchard Course at the Lincoln Hills Golf Club. There will be a sho ...

Donated glasses make their way to Panama

Loomis Lions Club members and the community they serve have another reason to celebrate. The eyeglasses they dropped into the little red mailbox in front of Raley’s Supermarket ...