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Noblesville Lions Helping Out Everywhere

The Noblesville Lions, long known for the generosity they have with their time and help, have been out in force these past few weekends, helping out around the community. Here’s a brief roundup of how they’ve been serving Noblesville and Hamilton county residents.

On Saturday, March 5th, the Noblesville Lions assisted Gleaners with passing out food to the needy. On the 14th, they were at Hamilton Heights High School helping in a similar fashion.

On March 9th, the Noblesville Lions hosted speakers asking for Lion help. Ron Bingham, of the Washington Township Lions Club sponsors the State Fair Corn Stand every year. This year they are looking for help from other clubs. Mr. Bingham detailed their needs and work schedules to the club.

Shane Scarlett, of “Serve Noblesville”, also detailed to the Noblesville Club how they could help this organization. “Serve Noblesville” does community outreach that brings together small organizations to make eye-sores disappear. Mr. Scarlett highlighted three dates of importance; those being May 25th – Come Together Weekend, June 18th – Fun Fest, and June 21-25th – Serve Week. He is looking for organizations to provide man-power for the “Serve Noblesville” projects. And this past Friday, March 11th, the Noblesville Lions delivered pies for “Pi Day”, March 14th. The project team passed out ordered pies to other members for delivery to customers. Lion George Long was the project chairman.