Auburn Host Lions

Lions honor Leos for community service

The Auburn Host Lions recently held a dinner to honor their Leo club members from Placer High and E.V. Cain Middle schools. Leo clubs are service organizations and perform many fun ...

Host Lions give back to community

The Auburn Host Lions got a jump on Christmas giving by presenting $1,000 checks to Max Kane with the Interfaith Food Closet and Major Ralph Jiminez with the Salvation Army. The Au ...

Host Lions give a carrot

A recent letter to the editor took us to task for providing free doughnuts and coffee at the recent health fair (Reader Input, Oct. 14). I don’t know why we were singled out as ...

Lions donate to visually-impaired group

In keeping with the request from Helen Keller “to be knights for the blind” the Auburn Host Lions presented a $5,000 check to the Auburn Center for Visually Impaired Adults. Th ...

Lions ring the bell with help from Misty

From left, Dave Herb, Chuck Rogers and Larry Klink, members of the Auburn Host Lions, along with Misty, enjoy ringing the bell for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle drive in front ...

Service group helps feed the needy

Auburn Host Lions Pip Stoutenburg, left, Larry Klink, middle, and Dan McLain, far right, present a $1,000 check to Manuel Ferreira, a director for the Auburn Area Christmas Basket ...

Lions provide 'desktop desk' for special needs students

The Auburn Host Lions Club and the 49er Lions Club have made schoolwork a little easier for students in the Functional Skills and Independent Living Skills programs at Placer and D ...

Host Lions give generously

A happy letter … I wanted to thank the Auburn Host Lions for their efforts this year with community involvement. The annual Dan Higgins Award was given to the Boys & Girls Club i ...

White Cane Day a major success

The Auburn Host Lions would like to thank the Auburn community for its generous support of White Cane Day last Friday. Your generous contributions will provide for much-needed eye ...

It’s a party and you’re invited

By Preston Carter Melbourne-Weaver Journal Correspondent Thousands are expected to groove to live tunes under the trees at Friday’s free concert in Regional Park. But Party i ...