Several of Lawton's Gateway Success Center students were given an early Christmas present from the Lawton Noon Lions Club! Bikes, clothes, and money for utilities just to name a few that were presented by Vice President Jennifer Robinette.
Lawton's Pat Henry Elementary School was given $2,000 from the Lawton Noon Lions Club. Vice President Jennifer Robinette was at the school with other fellow Lions Club members to present the check. Click here to read more on KSWO.com.
Lions Club President, Jennifer Robinette, presents the Lawton Salvation Army a check to help the Lawton Boys & Girls Club. Money from the Lions Club is raised throughout the year to give back to the Lawton Community.
As a former Lawton Public Schools teacher, Jennifer Robinette knows how children can find it difficult to learn when their primary needs are not met. Donating money to fill the clothing closet at Tomlinson Middle school is just one of the ways the Lions Club gives back to the community. Click here to read more on KSWO.com
Jennifer Robinette and her husband John assisted in inspecting child safety seats and giving out information on how to keep your children safe at Ft. Sill's Safety Day event! Visit safeseats4kids.aaa.com for more information.
One final donation as Lions Club President, Jennifer Robinette presented much needed supplies to the Lawton Salvation Army homeless shelter and the Boys and Girls Club.
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Jennifer Robinette and fellow Lion Kristi serving at the "Y Fry" to help the Armed Services Y.
A day at Ft. Sill getting soldiers an International Driver's Permit before they deploy.
An evening spent at a fundraiser sharing about the great things to do in our Lawton-Ft. Sill community!
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