Signal Mountain Lions Club Presents Checks To Walden Ridge Emergency Services And Mountain Education Fund

Saturday, May 31, 2014
Pictured from left to right are Lion Bill Leonard, Bill Thornton from WRES and Lion Dan Saieed.
Pictured from left to right are Lion Bill Leonard, Bill Thornton from WRES and Lion Dan Saieed.
- photo by Chris Cole

Representatives from the Signal Mountain Lions Club presented a check for $1,000 to Bill Thornton, Walden Ridge Emergency Service.  The Signal Mountain Lions raise funds through community activities including their annual Labor Day Car Raffle, 4th of Julyand Labor Day BBQ's.  

They also presented a check for $2,000 to Mike Taylor from the Mountain Education Fund.  The donation to the MEF is divided among the Signal Mountain education programs at Thrasher Elementary School, Nolan Elementary and the Signal Mountain Middle High School.  

The Club distributes funds to several community activities throughout the project year including Lone Oak Community Center, Bachman Community Center, Mountain Arts Community Center, Mountain Education Fund, Signal Mountain Social Services and the continuing college scholarship program for Signal Mountain students.

Pictured from left to right are Lion Mel Tryon, incoming District 12-O Governor, Mike Taylor and Lion John Moon, King Lion for the Signal Mountain Club.
Pictured from left to right are Lion Mel Tryon, incoming District 12-O Governor, Mike Taylor and Lion John Moon, King Lion for the Signal Mountain Club.
- Photo2 by Chris Cole

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