Lions Support Holiday Toys for Kids in Need


Lion President Cathy Sills presents a check for $500 to Ocoee Police Chief Charles Brown. The check is for the Police Department’s Holiday Toys for Kids in Need program. Also pictured in the foreground are Lion Tom Hendrix on the left, and Lion Treasurer Bob Godek.
The program was started in 1984 to give toys and holiday treats to underprivileged children, who might not have otherwise received any presents.

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