Lions Club Fish Fry

GREENBRIER — The annual Fish Fry Fund-raiser for the Greenbrier Lions Club can satisfy your taste for a good catfish supper September 21, 5:30 – 7 p.m. at the Greenbrier Junior High School cafetorium. Hart’s Seafood will serve up a delicious three piece dinner with dessert and drinks.  If you would like to donate a precious gift, a silent auction will be a part of the fun this year. Plan to watch or listen to the game that day with them too.  GO HOGS!

Greenbrier Lions International (LCI) focus on programs related to sight conservation and scholarship money for worthy students in the local community. LCI focused on work for the blind and visually impaired when Helen Keller addressed the Lions International Convention in 1925 and charged them to be Knights to the Blind. They are the world's largest secular service organization.  This year, they have already provided eye glasses for Greenbrier citizens, including school-age children. The Park-Todd Eye Clinic in Conway helps support them with that endeavor. Counselors at the Greenbrier schools refer youngsters in need; but anyone, of any age, is free to apply directly to the Lions for eye care or glasses.

The Club hosts and helps organize the Greenbrier Annual Christmas Parade each year and provides a lively Santa for the enjoyment of young and old. Their annual chili cook-off on parade day is always a hit. They patrol a portion of Highway 65 in Greenbrier to help keep it clean.

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For more information, call Don McMillen, 501-679-1576.


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