(L-R) Lindell Ryan, treasurer for Rimbey Lions Club; Lana Cadsand, chair of Victim Services; Linda Tennant, past chair of Victim Services; and Kelly McCrea, director of Victim Services pose with the Lions’ donation cheque on March 27. Photo by Sandy Bell/Submitted

Rimbey Lions Club donate to Victim Services

The Lions presented Victim Services with the donation on March 27.

The Rimbey Lions Club made a donation to the Rimbey and District Victim Services Society.

On March 27 Lion Lindell Ryan presented a cheque to the Board of Directors of the local victim services at Empress Coffee Shop.

“The support of the Rimbey Lions Club means a great deal to our organization,” said Lana Cadsand, chair of Rimbey Victim Services. “Together we are creating a community that is compassionate and supportive and a community that is better for us all.”

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