Elk River Lions

by Jim Boyle Editor Guardian Angels and the Elk River Lions have partnered on a pair of events they have rolled together in hopes of creating health and wellness extravaganzas for years to come. Guardian Angels is hosting a Health Walk and Roll to celebrate the upcoming first anniversary of Club GA, the wellness center [...]

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The seventh annual Elk River Lions Memorial Day Car Show is ready to roll at 10 a.m. Monday at the Sherburne County Fairgrounds. The event will include food and an automotive swap meet. This rain-or-shine event goes until 3 p.m. There is a chance to vote on your favorite cars, too. There is a People’s [...]

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by Jim Boyle Editor Several local Lions Clubs banded together and proved the old adage that there is strength in numbers. Five Lions clubs and Lions International joined forces with Guardian Angels of Elk River to come up with the last bit of money needed to buy a van like the one in this picture [...]

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Samantha Bosak, a student at Salk Middle School, and Alyssa Schroeder, a student at VandenBerge Middle School, have taken first place in a local peace poster contest sponsored by the Elk River Lions. Their winning entries, which garnered them $100 apiece, have now advanced to the 24th annual Lions International Peace Essay Poster Contest. The [...]

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by Jim Boyle Editor Tony Mikols has become the president of the Elk River Lions. Lion Nick Zerwas walked away with the club’s top honor, a Melvin Jones Fellow, which is the highest award given by Lions Club International. Scott Trenholm was named Lion of the Year. The club has one remaining charter member, Don [...]

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The Elk River City Council has renewed its support of a citizen-led effort to assemble an  annual Independence Day celebration at Lions Park. Council members and Elk River Mayor John Dietz authorized up to $5,000 to cover program-related expenses, including police supervision, portable bathrooms, garbage service and entertainment. The Elk River Independence Day Committee’s next [...]

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