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Lions Club thanks breakfast supporters

The Silverton Lions Club 75th annual Harvest Breakfast was a great success. Our thanks to Boy Scout Troup 7485 for their help during the two-day event. The Scouts traditionally volunteer to help us, a true recognition of the spirit of Scouts and their leadership.

We would also like to thank the following businesses that joined us to celebrate, providing gift cards for our free drawing: Oso Spanish Mediterranean Restaurant, Water Mountain Restaurant, Heavenly Yogurt, Beloved Cheesecake, Fin & Fowl, Roth’s and Chan’s Restaurant.

A big thank you to the winner of our 50/50 drawing, Jody, who gave back her winnings of $380 to our club. All fundraising profits including Jody’s are returned 100 percent to the community and needs worldwide.  You’re the best, Jody!

If you are interested in joining Lions or in volunteering, contact Tomina Wolff, 503-873-2033.

Silverton Lions Club 

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