Nelson Lions award community grants

The Lions Club of Nelson recently presented their community grants to successful recipients.

The Lions Club of Nelson recently presented their community grants to successful recipients.

Seen here are Brad Howard and Joan Reichardt from the Seniors Coordinating Society ($3,200); Ann MacDonald from the Nelson Music Festival Association ($500); and Tasha Bassingthwaighe from the West Kootenay Women’s Association ($2,000).

Also pictured are Lions Trent Nash, Bob Abrahams, Bill Brown, Len Filbert, project chair Travis Nakken and president Robin Borrows, president.

Missing from the photo is Barbarah Nicoll from the Kootenay Society for Lifelong Learning ($1,800). Community grants applications are open in early November each year for approximately four weeks.

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