, Corbin, KY


January 3, 2013

Corbin Lions Club still accepting donations

CORBIN — The Corbin Lions Club continues to accept donations toward our 64th annual Christmas Basket Program. On Christmas Eve, both Lions Club members and volunteers delivered 216 baskets.

We have not met our goal of $15,000 this year; however, we are truly appreciative of the donations totaling $8,774. The club wishes to thank the following individuals and businesses for their monetary or food donations:

ABC First Aid Service, Aisin Automotive Casting, Aisin Automotive Employees, Archie and Karen Marr, Bryant Chapter No. 20 Order of Eastern Star, Charles and Ann Lamm, Charlie and Eulene Moore, Cloyd & Associates, Community Trust Bank, Corbin Flower Shop, David Selvy, Davis Salvage Company, Delta Natural Gas Company, District Governor Lion Simon Mortimer, Don and Judy Estep, Dr. Robert and Charlotte Ballou, First Christian Church Christian Women Fellowship, Forcht Bank, God’s Money, Golden Circle Sunday School Class of Central Baptist Church, Henry and June Martin, Jackie and Sandra Willis in memory of Jack Willis, Ken and Mona Harp, Lion John and Terri Warren, Lion Willie and Lion Anita Champlin, Ossoli Foundation, Pepsi Bottling Company, PNC Bank, Ralph and Carolyn Wilder, Russell and Judy Kindoll-Messer, Tim and Deirdre Barnes, Tim Moore, Wanda Wallace, Willing Workers Sunday School Class of Good Hope Missionary Baptist Church, Women’s League of Corbin and our anonymous donors.

Lee Campbell, President

Corbin Lions Club

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