|Join Lake Oswego Lions Club for the 72nd Annual LOLC 4th of July Pancake Breakfast|
Story by Lake Oswego Lions Club
|Published on Sunday June 6, 2021 - 6:05 AM|
"Pancakes@Home" on Sunday, July 4, 2021. This virtual event is being hosted on our Lake Oswego Lions Club Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/lakeoswegolions. The invitation to participate in "Pancakes@Home" is open to all and you don't have to wait! You can start celebrating now! Watch our new video and...
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And, of course, We encourage you to please consider making a donation. You can make a check payable to Lake Oswego Lions Club and drop it in the mail to LOLC, PO Box 163, Lake Oswego, OR 97034 or use the link below to make an easy and secure online donation.
Whether for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, we'll all share our pancakes and important Lions Club information on how "WE SERVE" and how everyone can help.
The Annual Lake Oswego Lions Club 4th of July Pancake Breakfast is the major fundraiser for the Lake Oswego Lions Club and each year provides donations to many charities. We understand how many lives have been touched by our service projects through the years. This is a great tradition and the Pancake Breakfast is an event we are proud to present each year. It gives our entire community an opportunity to gather and support many worthy causes. This year due to the current pandemic, we'll focus on raising funds to support our top causes such as the Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation, Gales Creek Camp for Diabetic Children, and organizations providing vital food assistance such as the Oregon Food Bank, Bethlehem House of Bread, and Hunger Fighters
We also want to continue our support for the youth of our community through programs such as Flags for First Graders, the Lions Club International Peace Poster Contest, our Ross Memorial Scholarships, and other activities involving youth, to conduct environmental projects as needed, such as road clean-up along our "adopted" section of Highway 43, and to reach out to special needs in our community as they occur, as we did during this past year's COVID-19 crisis with our mask-making project. Lake Oswego Lions Club has continued to serve in our community for almost 75 years. We want to continue to serve for many more years!
This will certainly be a unique and unusual way to share pancake stories, but why not! Let's make the best of the situation, have fun, and still raise awareness and money for those "We Serve". We are grateful to the many who continue to support the Lake Oswego Lions Club and this important fundraising event each year. We look forward to getting together for pancakes soon.
Lake Oswego Lions Club