Lions Club Blog

Chili Cook Off Thursday, April 21

Sample over 25 different kinds of chili, with each one competing for a signed Minnesota Vikings jersey and other prizes. Only $4 buys you unlimited chili, a slice of cornbread, and a soda. The good times begin on Thursday, April 21, from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. The Lions Club is donating $500 from its proceeds to Defending the Blue Line. Defending the Blue Line supports military families by providing financial help to cover costs of their children’s athletic equipment.Chili Cook Off Picture

After Hours event on April 13

All DCTC students are welcome to come to our first ever “After Hours” event at DCTC. Free hot dogs, free billiards, free darts – all the fun stuff. After Hours will run from 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. in the Student Life Center on Wednesday, April 13. Good times!after hours

6th Annual Chili Cook-Off

Sample over 25 different kinds of chili, with each one competing for a signed Minnesota Vikings jersey and other prizes. Only $4 buys you unlimited chili, a slice of cornbread, and a soda. The good times begin on Thursday, April 21, from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. The Lions Club is donating $500 from its proceeds to Defending the Blue Line. Defending the Blue Line supports military families by providing financial help to cover costs of their children’s athletic equipment. chili logo

Lions donate $300 to Can Do Canines

Terrific presentation today by Christine LaMott, a volunteer for Can Do Canines. The DCTC Lions proudly donated $300 to the organization committed to helping those with disabilities improve their lives with the help, support, and love of a specially trained dog. A special thanks to the Rosemount Lions Club, Mike Molenda and Susan Mullen for donating pizza for the event. We had over 50 students, staff, and visitors check out the event. — with Nels Newbill, Brandy Boyer, Whitney Bunce, Christine LaMott and Devon Kroll.can do 2016

Can Do Canines!

Speaker Christine LaMott will be presenting on behalf of the Can Do Canines organization on Wednesday, March 30 from 1:00 – 2:00 in the Dakota Room. Learn how these amazing dogs are trained to help those with disabilities. Free pizza provided by the Rosemount Lions Club for all attendees. can do canines

The Buck Hill Bed Race

Six DCTC Lions members are joining hundreds of others to race mattresses down Buck Hill on Saturday. Join in the fun and cheer team Lions Club on! The race begins at 5:00 p.m. Free shuttle rides are available at Burnsville Center by Sears. buck hill

Lions doing the Polar Plunge!

The DCTC Lions are PLUNGING Saturday, Feb. 20 in Prior Lake at 12:30 p.m.! The club has already raised $655 for Special Olympics. There are 6 DCTC students ready to plunge for a great cause. Way to go, Lions!polar plunge 2016 logo

Great times at the rink!

The Lions Club offered free indoor ice skating on Saturday night in Hastings. The turnout was great! Free walking tacos were offered, too!ice 2016

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Free Indoor Ice Skating on Feb. 13

All DCTC students and their families are welcome to go indoor ice skating on Feb. 13. This event will be a lot of fun and free for everyone (Lions are picking up the tab). Free “walking tacos”, too! Here are the details:

WHO: All DCTC Students & their Children
WHAT: Ice Skating & Skate Rental
WHEN: Feb 13th 7:00pm
WHERE: Hastings Civic Arena
HOW MUCH: FREE
To register, email Brett at Brett.Kolles@dctc.edu
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New Lions Club Board of Directors

This is going to be a fantastic semester! This is a wonderful board, and we can all look forward to doing great work this semester and having boatloads of fun doing it!

Nicole Evridge – Club Secretary
Devon Kroll – Vice-President/Treasurer
Ed Garza – Vice President/Treasurer
Nelson Neubill Jr. – Director of Recruitment and Retention
Whitney Bunce – Director of Event Planning
Brandy Boyer – President