PHOTOS: Rimbey Lions live up to their motto “where there’s a need, there’s a Lion”

Club handed out cheques totalling $5,600 for various organizations in Rimbey

(L-R) Rimbey Lion President Suzanne Leshchyshyn, Service Chair Dave Leshchyshyn, Lion Jim Mulek, and 1st Vice President Pat Ryan, present a cheque for $2,500 to Jamie Costen with the Rimbey Food Bank. (Photo submitted)

Rimbey Lion President Suzanne Leshchyshyn presents a $1,000 cheque to Brittany Levinsky for the Boys and Girls Club of Rimbey. Back row, Service Chair Dave Leshchyshyn and 1st Vice President Pat Ryan. (Photo submitted)

(L-R) Rimbey Lion President Suzanne Leshchyshyn, Service Chair Dave Leshchyshyn, Lion Jim Mulek, and 1st Vice President Pat Ryan, present a cheque for $2,500 to Jamie Costen with the Rimbey Food Bank. (Photo submitted)

To continue their sponsorship of “Movie Night” at the Library, Lion President Suzanne Leshchyshyn presents a cheque for $1,100 to Casey Cole from the Rimbey Municipal Library. Back row, Lion Service Chair Dave Leshchyshyn, Lion 1st Vice President Pat Ryan and Lion Jim Mulek. (Photo submitted)

Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Rimbey got a helping hand to continue their services in Rimbey and area. The Rimbey Lions Club presented the organization with a cheque for $1,000. Receiving the cheque are Annette Peck and Brittany Levinsky, presented by Rimbey Lion President Suzanne Leshchyshyn, Lion Dave Leshchyshyn, Lion Pat Ryan and Lion Jim Mulek. (Photo submitted)

Club handed out cheques totalling $5,600 for various organizations in Rimbey

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To continue their sponsorship of “Movie Night” at the Library, Lion President Suzanne Leshchyshyn presents a cheque for $1,100 to Casey Cole from the Rimbey Municipal Library. Back row, Lion Service Chair Dave Leshchyshyn, Lion 1st Vice President Pat Ryan and Lion Jim Mulek. (Photo submitted)

Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Rimbey got a helping hand to continue their services in Rimbey and area. The Rimbey Lions Club presented the organization with a cheque for $1,000. Receiving the cheque are Annette Peck and Brittany Levinsky, presented by Rimbey Lion President Suzanne Leshchyshyn, Lion Dave Leshchyshyn, Lion Pat Ryan and Lion Jim Mulek. (Photo submitted)

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