By Patrick Lynn
The Plover-Whiting Lion’s Club is hosting a live music show next month.
The band Save Point, which plays indie, folk, and classic rock, will hold a free concert at the Lake Pacawa Bandshell on July 22.
The free concert will be held from 6-8 p.m. Attendees should bring their own blankets or chairs.
No carry-ins will be allowed but the Lions will be selling brats, hot dogs, hamburgers, beer, and soda. All proceeds from the event will go to the Plover-Whiting Lion’s Club.
Money raised by the Plover-Whiting club benefits the Wisconsin Lions Camp, located on 440 acres in Rosholt. The camp caters to children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities and conditions, and donations from the Club allow participants to attend the summer camp programs free of charge.
The Plover-Whiting club also has tissue transporters, picking up donated eye tissues from local hospitals and transporting them to the Wisconsin Lions Eye Bank in Madison. The Lions Eye Bank of Wisconsin is a nonprofit organization and team of professionals and volunteers, dedicated to the mission of restoring the gift of sight through recovery and transplantation of corneas.
The Club holds a monthly potluck dinner on the fourth Tuesday of every month. Anyone interested in learning more about the Lions, or becoming a member, is welcome to attend at 6 p.m. at Lake Pacawa Park. Children are welcome to attend with their families.
The Plover-Whiting Lion’s Club is a part of the International Lions Club, and one of 48,000 clubs that serve in over 200 countries around the world.
For questions or more information, please contact Tricia Dombrowski, Plover-Whiting Lion’s Club Vice President, at 715.204.8256.