Jim Martella, LeeAnn Pavlovicz, Brad Winter and Alan Robbins are competing in the "Quest for the Best Jumper 2018". These Polar Bears are 6 & 7 year Jumpers and they are looking for Bragging Rights for the Best Jumper 2018. The one who raises the most money wins!
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Polar Bears are raising money for five Charities: Society for Handicapped Citizens (SHC) Medina, Crosse Point Church Community Meal Program, Lafayette Township Fire Deparment, Church on the Lake UM Food Pantry and the Chippewa Lake Lions Club.
See 2018 Polar Bear Photos
The Lions Club’s objective is to serve community needs. They are requesting input from our community on suggested projects or services that are needed in Chippewa Lake, which could be undertaken by Chippewa Lake Lions Club members. An example might be painting of street signs, park benches, etc. Please feel free to forward any of your ideas to us, and we will present them to the members at the next meeting. Better yet, feel free to join us at the next meeting.
The Chippewa Lake Lions Club is part of the International Association of Lion's Club. Eye care and research are the main functions of Lion's International. Our local Club assists people who need help with purchasing eyeglasses. We also try to assist local residents who are in need. Last Christmas we gave 40 families in the area food baskets to help them out. Our fundraisers are a spring plant sale, Holiday Wreath sale and the Polar Bear Jump/Run in January. Our biggest community service is sponsoring and organizing the 4th of July Parade. Come and be a Chippewa Lake Lion.