Saturday, December 19, 2015

Kettle Challenge: Lions ring bells for Salvation Army at Lorain Walmart.

Lorain Lions and friends took up the Salvation Army Kettle Challenge by turning out to collect money for the needy at the Lorain Walmart Store on Saturday, Dec. 19. Lorain Lions are in competition with Lorain Rotary Club to see who wins the Championship Trophy for most money collected. Rotary rang bells on Dec. 5 at Walmart.

While Lions Bruce Bevan and Tim Lombardi were manning the West/Market doors for the 11:30 a.m. shift, the Lorain Fire Department responded to a faulty heater call inside Walmart. From left to right:  Dennis Smith, Mike Janosic, Lions Bruce and Tim, and Dan McBennett. Thanks to to our Lorain Firefighters!

5:30 P.M. SHIFTS

Lions Dan Smith and Ed Baker at the East/Home doors.

From left to right, Lions Dr. John Smith and Bob Pastor at the West/Market doors.


Lion Bob Kerecz and his grandson Bobby Kerecz at the East/Home doors.

From left to right, Doug and Ken Kayle at the West/Market doors.

2:30 P.M. SHIFTS

Lions Frank Csubak and Kim Worden at the West/Market doors.

Lions Dr. Rich Marcucci and Barry Buck at the East/Home doors.

From left, Lion Bruce McCartney, with his niece, Natalie Keron, ring the bells at the East/Home doors with Lion Ken Krol.

Lions Dan Asensio and Joe Ksenich are bundled up manning the Lorain Lions Club kettle at the West/Market doors.

11:30 A.M. SHIFTS

Lion Bruce Bevan's stepson, Mark Sellers Jr., his wife, Audra, and their daughters, Sammy and Addison (Bruce's granddaughters), pose for a photo with Bruce and Tim Lombardi at the West/Market doors.

Lions Ken Cromer and Doug Krucinski at the East/Home doors.

First shift volunteers  Lions Bob Kayle and Bruce Meadows at the West/Food doors.

Lions Mitchell Fallis and Glenn Owen at the East/Market doors.

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