YMCA child minding children with Lions Club Members John Gates, Barry Armbrust, Tom Mackie, Al Fennig and Erv Schmidt.

Kelowna Lions support local kids

The Lions Clubs International and YMCA’s share a core belief—to serve their community

The Kelowna-Rutland Lions Club visited the Kelowna Family YMCA earlier this week with a big cheque that will go towards local children and youth in need.

The $1,000 gift to the YMCA will make it possible for more underprivileged children, youth and families from our community to access Y child care and other programs that will support their health, development and positively impact their lives, said the Lions Club.

“The Lions Clubs International and YMCA’s share a core belief—to serve their community. One of the Lions key missions is to support children through scholarships, recreation and mentoring,” stated a press release.

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