Lions Club, RSL and community supports farmers
Drought stricken farmers are appreciative of the groceries that were gathered by members of the Corowa and Howlong community.
The Corowa RSL was the drop off point for food and any other items which ranged from personal items to dog food. These goods were then passed on to the Lions club as part of ‘Need For Feed’.
So far up to date, 75 truckloads and 46 trailer loads of food and goods have been delivered to those farmers in need.
These vehicles are running up north anything up to three times a month and all on a voluntary basis. Any money donations that come forward will be passed on to the Lions Club ‘Need For Feed’ to purchase fodder for stock, as hay has become very scarce in other areas.
Once again, thank you to all who participated and if you wish to continue please call Lions Club President Corrinie Barker on 0407 888 172 or Secretary Les Johnson on (02) 6033 0606. Where there’s a need there’s a Lion.
Taken at the Corowa Lions Den. Pictured with the food donated from Corowa people and assisted by the Corowa RSL are Margaret Johnson (left), Val Jones, Mr Philip Scott, sub-branch President Corowa RSL and Corowa Lions President, Corrinie Barker.