Scotts Valley Host Lions Activites
Scotts Valley Lion President Jon Glommen presents a check to District Governor Bob Stewart to sponsor play equipment for the park that will benefit children with visual impairments. The park is designed to be inclusive so children of all abilities can play together while learning vital lessons of compassion, awareness and acceptance.
Scotts Valley Lions joined with Aztecas Soccer team, local Lions and Leos clubs for a work day building Leo's Haven Park in Live Oak. Approximately 80 members from Lions clubs worked to prepare the park.
Chuck Fetter and Harvey Bustichi receiving a Membership Recognition Awards from District Governor Bob Stewart. Chuck has been a member of Scotts Valley Lions Club for over 25 years. Harvey is honored for his 50 years of membership in Lions Clubs International and for serving the greatest number of years in Scotts Valley Lions.
Konrad Baumert receiving a Membership Recognition Award for his 40 years of membership in Lions Club International and Scotts Valley Lions Club. Award presented by Past District Governor Barbara Chamberlain
Lion Jon Glommen receiving his "Lion of the Year" award
Chuck Fetter installing Jon as President of Scotts Valley Lions, with soon to be Past President Dene Bustichi
Passing of the gavel
Busy Lions of District 4-C6 stuffing "Backpacks for Kids"
Members of Scotts Valley Lions helping to fill backpacks, to be given to Valley Churches United and distributed to Scotts Valley/San Lorenzo Valley students
1700 backpacks were filled with school supplies and donated by local Lions Clubs to students in need
4th of July at Skypark - supporting Scotts Valley Parks and Rec. Annual Fireworks Show