Seekonk Lions Present Check to the American Legion Post 311
The Seekonk Lions Club continues donating money to local charities generated from their world famous clam boils. And at the November 14th boil, President Gary Sagar presented a $1000 check to American Legion Post 311 member Russ Bradley. During the presentation, Russ told the crowd that exciting news was coming from Post 311 next year. “The Legion will be selling part of our land to the town of Seekonk soon which will allow the Legion to renovate the building and repave the parking lot,” Russ said. “This donation from you folks will help us even more down the road!”
Doorways food pantry of Seekonk were the Seekonk Lions October recipient of a $1000 donation. The team at Doorways came and dished out clam boil delicacies which include amongst the best clams around with tasty hotdogs, sausage, chorizo, onions and potatoes. Doorways member Dave Mullen always appreciates the hard work of the Lions. They look forward to coming back every year to help feed the local hungry clam aficionados.
The Seekonk Lions main fundraising source is our “famous clam boils” held at the Seekonk Rod and Gun Club in Rehoboth and the Annual Golf Tournament they Co-Sponsor with the Rotary Club of East Providence at the Wannamoisett Country Club in Rumford RI. If you would like more info on the Seekonk Lions please visit http://www.seekonklions.org