In celebration of the Lions Club International’s 100th Birthday, the Washington County Lady Lions have

shown that there are lots of ways to celebrate a birthday by participating in four unique ways to celebrate.

Their recent service projects have honored what it means to be a Lion as well as the theme of “100” in respect to the Lions Club International’s Birthday.

They already donated 110 yards of fabric to the Nancy Carol Roberts library in a recent event.

Bobby Houston, LaVerne Krumery, Thresia Schlabach, Joe Williams, Linda Obergoff with 118lbs of potatoes for the Bread Partners of Brenham


The newest projects have included donating 118 pounds of potatoes to the Brenham Bread Partners as well as 118 pounds of dog and cat food to the Brenham Pet Adoption Center.

Lori Balusek & Donna Clay with kittens, Shirley Moehlmann, LaVerne Krumrey, Debra Leroy Wenckens, Jennie Luedemann. Deloris Draehn, Linda Oberhoff with 118lbs of dog and cat food for the Animal Shelter and Adoption Center.


The club also joined with the other clubs in Brenham by putting new signs on the roads it into Brenham. These signs reflect the 100th Birthday of Lions Clubs.

Thresia Schlabach, Linda Oberhoff show off the signs installed around the area.


PR Officer Linda Oberhoff stated, "The adoption center is currently in need of people to adopt- especially of cats, so the delivery of food is really needed."

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