Lyle Lions collecting for ‘White Cane Day’ May 4 to benefit sight, hearing

Each year during the month of May, the Lyle Lions Club has a “White Cane” awareness day to help raise funds for the Pacific Northwest Lions Foundation.

A goal of all Lions Clubs is to assist children and adults with vision and hearing challenges and provide funding towards vision tests, eye glasses, “white canes” for the blind, hearing aids and sight and hearing programs.

At the Saturday, May 4, Lyle Lions Breakfast, there will be a special donation box designated for “White Cane” day. Any amount donated will be greatly appreciated. All funds received will go directly toward the Pacific Northwest Lions Sight and Hearing programs which will impact many lives for the better.

The breakfast is held from 7-10 a.m. on the first Saturday of the month at the Lyle Lions Community Center, 501 State St., Lyle, Wash.

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