Golden Lions Club President George Arrambide invited 6NE 2VDG Penn Street to speak on "No Barriers". No Barriers empowers people to break through barriers, find their inner purpose and contribute their best to the world. No Barriers Warriors improves the lives of veterans with disabilities through curriculum-based experiences in challenging environments.
Golden's Candlelight Walk
Golden Lions Club prepared and served 80 gallons of hot cider for Golden's annual Candlelight Walk. The Candlelight Walk kicks off the Olde Golden Christmas celebration. For more information, go to the Visit Golden. For more photos, go to the Candlelight Walk.
Supporting the Golden Backpack Program.
Tyson Noreth, speaking on the Golden Backpack Program (GBP), one of many community organizations the Golden Lions Club supports. The Golden Backpack Program helps feed students in need by providing a sack full of enough food to feed a child for the entire weekend so that when they return to school each Monday, they arrive ready to learn because they had food over the weekend.
Golden Lions hand out Halloween Candy
The Golden Lions Club handed out candy during the Halloween festivities in Golden. They also handed out brochures and business cards about the club.
Recycle For Sight
Lion Dr. Joe Borden giving the club a presentation on how the glasses that we collect are distributed and the difference they make in people's lives.
Centennial Anniversary Project
The Golden Lions Club partnered with the City of Golden to purchase and erect a new gazebo in Vanover Park for their Centennial Project. This project is to commemorate 100 years of Lionism (1917-2017) and to honor all Golden Veterans for their service. A picnic table and two benches will be installed in the Spring. View additional pictures here.
(April 22, 2018) The Golden Lions Club dedicated the new gazebo in Vanover Park to "Golden Veterans". Representing Golden veterans were members of the Golden Lions Club, Golden American Legion - Post 21, Golden VFW - Post 4171 and Colorado School of Mines Veterans Organization. Also in attendance were Golden's Mayor, City Manager and Parks Director, Colorado Lions District 6C Governor and members of the Golden Transcript.
Donating to Golden Backpack Program
The Golden Lions Club(GLC) donated the funds necessary to purchase a large freezer for the Golden Backpack Program(GPB). The Backpack Program was receiving more food than they could store, prior to distributing it through their food pantry. Golden Lions Bill Eckhardt, Roger Wagstaff, Judd Dickey, Ken Park and George Arrambide assisted the backpack staff with unloading a full truck load of dairy, fruits, vegetables and grains and stocking shelves with everything. They were finished in less than 2 hrs with GLC help. The GBP, headed by Leanne Dunn, was very appreciated for the much needed help. Thanks for all the help.