, Corbin, KY


January 15, 2014

Corbin Lions Club gives thanks for donations

CORBIN — The Corbin Lions Club has raised $11,931 for the annual Christmas Basket Program. We have not met our $15,000 goal; however, we faithfully delivered 228 baskets on Christmas Eve. If you can help us, send donations to P.O. Box 365, Corbin, KY 40702.

The club wishes to thank the following individuals and organizations for their monetary donations:  Gold Donor:  Tri-County Cineplex, Aisin Automotive Casting; Silver Donors:  Greg and Suzanne Razmus in memory of Russell Messer, Patricia Anne Browning, Bob and Kim Croley, Community Trust Bank; Bronze Donors:  Geaonia Hoskins in memory of Bill Hoskins, Henry and June Martin, L&N Federal Credit Union, Trinity United Methodist Church, Lion Jim and Tammy Manning, Dr. Pramod Reddy/Heart Specialists of Southeast Kentucky, Jackie & Sandra Willis, W. J. and Mary Griffith, Vankirk-Grisell Funeral Home, EG&K Construction in memory of Gearl Pennington and Sam Ballou; Donors: God’s Money, Turner, Whitley, & Morton Internal Medicine, Audrey Norvell, Stanley and Joan Wyatt, Johnny and Donna Woods, Norvex Supply, Charlie and Eulene Moore, Kenneth and Shelby Pennington in memory of Lion Jack Thurston, Tim and Deirdre Barnes, employees of Forcht Bank of London, Economy Auto Sales.

The club also wishes to thank the following individuals and organizations for their donations:  Cooper Container (boxes), Christian Appalachian Project (boxes), Pepsi Bottling, Flowers Bakery (discount on bread), Cedaridge (boxes, Bibles), Sara Lee (pastries), Flav-o-Rich, (discount on milk), Garden Spot (discount on produce), Mr. Nantz and students of the Auto Shop at the Vocational School (setting up and filling baskets), the volunteers who helped fill or deliver baskets, and students of Corbin High School’s Storybook Christmas Project (children’s books).

Mike Pawula, President

Corbin Lions Club


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