District 4-C1 Lions Clubs

Any Lions clubs in District 4C-1 that wish to help out the victims of the numerous fires we are experiencing can make a donation to our District Disaster Relief Fund.  Make checks payable to District 4C-1 and put Disaster Relief in the memo section. Send the check to Aron Chatfield. District Treasurer. 3250 Stonegate Drive Yuba City,CA 95993
To date 72 homes have been destroyed in the Helena fire, west of Weaverville and another dozen homes lost to the Ponderosa fire in North Butte region.  Many clubs are helping out in evacuation centers and Relief efforts and any help our other r clubs in the district can provide will be much appreciated. Our Disaster Relief team has already purchased several hundred breathing masks and have some on back order.  The Disaster Trailer has been moved up to Weaverville to aid in their relief efforts.  The Weaverville Lions are in the process of setting up a Distribution point in downtown Weaverville across the highway from Topps Market.  They would appreciate some helping hands as well.
Where there’s a need there is a Lion!
District Governor Marianne Keesee

District 4-C1 is comprised of Lions, Lioness and Leo clubs in Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, Siskiyou, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, and Yuba counties. From north of Sacramento, through Chico and up to the Oregon border, District 4-C1 meets the needs of communities throughout the Northern California area.

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