Maysville Lions Club auction a success

Dear editor,

The 68th Annual Lions Club Radio Auction has ended.

On behalf of the Maysville Lions Club I wish to give a special thank you to the people of Maysville, Mason County and surrounding areas for making this year’s Auction a success.

We are so appreciative of all the participants that made this project a reality, especially WFTM, who donates precious air and commercial time to us. The Ledger Independent, who gets the word out to the community. And, local merchants, businesses and professional people in our Community. Also, a special thanks to the many volunteers who helped make this Auction a success.

Proceeds from our Auction will stay in our local area. Over the following months, the Maysville Lions Club will distribute to the many charities and organizations in our area, all because of your generosity.

The Auction makes it possible for the Maysville Lions Club to continue major projects such as the Sight Conservation Program, the Dorah H. Merz Playground at the Beechwood Park, the Jack Lancaster, John Tomlin and Ken Steimle Scholarships and Camp Discovery. Donations are also made to the Tom Browning Boys and Girls Club, Limestone Family YMCA, Mason County Food Pantry, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts of America, and many other projects associated with area high schools and organizations.

So, on behalf of the Maysville Lions Club, I again thank you, the Community, for your kind donations and support of the Lions Club Radio Auction.

I would like to remind those who have not yet picked up their items you bid on, or have not paid your Bucks for Luck, you can still do so at Bill Boggs State Farm Office at 533 North Shawnee road after 10 a.m.

Sincerely,

Tom Jett

Vice President