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Louisville Lions Club Food Drive to benefit Louisville Community Cupboard

community cupboardLouisville Lions Club Food Drive to benefit Louisville Community Cupboard

One of the purposes of the The Louisville Lions Club is to give back to their community, so it wasn’t a surprise when their committee decided to host a food drive benefit The Louisville Community Cupboard.

Under the direction of President Steve Thomas and LCC Trustees, a plan was soon put into place to collect non-perishables and monetary donations to help the approximately 130 families who experience food insecurities in the Louisville area.

On October 1, let’s help the Louisville Lions make this a successful event – tell your friends and neighbors, share on social media! Just look for the tent at Edward Jones Investment at 1293 California Ave. where Lions Club members will receive your canned goods, cleaning supplies, or monetary donations. Any and all donations will certainly be appreciated.

There will also be hot dogs available with a donation to the Lions Club.

Edward Jones Investment will remain a collection site for the Louisville Community Cupboard. You may drop off your donations Mon.-Fri., 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Constitution Week Parade

Constitution Day Parade Marshals

This year there are two Honorary Parade Marshals – Gene Saeger and Denver Smith. The Constitution Parade is Sept. 18th. See the article in the Aug. 18th Herald for more information.

Watch for Motorcycles reminder

Watch for Motorcycles

Local resident Bob Clapper had been wanting to install Motorcycle Awareness signs around Louisville. He recently contacted Louisville City Manager Tom Ault about his idea. Tom agreed that if Bob could find a local business to donate, the City would match that donation. The owners of Classic American Thunder were happy to help out. Bob… Continue reading»

WWII – Korean Conflict and Vietnam Veterans Memorials

WWII Memorial

The Centi-Silverama Book, published in August 1959, lists the names of area residents that perished in conflicts starting with the Revolutionary War through the Korean Conflict and states the following: “So numerous are they among us, and so much a part of the present are the veterans of World War II and the Korean conflict,… Continue reading»

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