White Hall Lions

White Hall Lions

Summer is almost over and the White Hall Lions Club members have had a brief
rest after another successful White Hall July 4 Homecoming event. Now it is
time for the members to think about 2017 Homecoming and begin to plan for
next year’s activities. The first step in the plan was to decide the July 4, 2017
Lions Club Homecoming will return to Lions Park for a family-focused celebration
that will include carnival rides, food, bingo, children and family activities and
entertainment on the park stage. Additional Homecoming events are being
considered for Custer Park.
The Lions Club would like to thank all of the people who attended the 2016
Homecoming Parade and supported the three days of activities at Custer Park.
The club would also like to thank the event sponsors for their support and thanks
to the volunteers who donate hundreds of hours to work during the events and
who work for months before to make sure everyone has a good time.
The profits from the July 4 Homecoming Events have always been the primary
income source for the White Hall Lions Club. The money raised from the
Homecoming events combined with other fundraising throughout the year makes
it possible for the Lions Club to organize the Homecoming Parade and provide
musical entertainment, fireworks, carnival rides and other July 4 events. In
addition to the July 4 Homecoming, the funds make it possible for the Lions Club
to contribute to a number of other community projects which include North
Greene High School Scholarships, Greene County CEO Program, gospel concerts,
White Hall Police Department Easter Egg Hunt, Roodhouse Police Department
Trunk or Treat and many other community projects.
The White Hall Lions Club is always looking for high-energy members who are
interested in helping their community. If you are interested in becoming a
member, contact Andy Mansfield, Lions Club President, at 217-248-8008.

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