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Fallon Lions Work in the Community!

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Thank you Steve Ranson, Editor of Lahontan Valley News for your support!!!!

Fallon Lions Pledge $8000 for Lions Ball Field Improvements

Fallon Lions Club pledged $8000 for Churchill County Parks and Rec Department to make improvements to Lions Softball Field. The ball field needs scoreboard repairs or replacement, new protective netting and more to make it a safer and more user friendly place for our children to play ball. The Fallon Lions Club helped to develop this field in the 1970’s and has been working to help improve it as time goes by by painting, donating money, putting up signs and so much more.

We are looking forward to sponsoring a team again. It has not been done for a long time, but it is part of our commitment to youth involvement.

Fallon Lions are proud to be a very active service organization within the Fallon City limits and Churchill County as a whole.

We have been serving Fallon since 1937 and appreciate the opportunity to help everyone in our community.

Pics from Liberty Park Sign Dedication and Park Clean Up March 2017

2017 Liberty Park Clean Up March 2017

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Liberty Park Clean Up October 2016

Pictures from the last Liberty Park Clean Up of the Season. Thank you to all the club members, volunteers and community citizens that made this a great year! This is a Centennial Project for our club in District 46.





July 23, 2016 Liberty Pond and Dog Park 2nd Season Clean Up a huge success!

Thank you to everyone who came to help the Fallon Lions work on the park again and enjoy the BBQ. There was lots of progress on the clean up that day! We had several new volunteers from NAS. We appreciate everyone who participated! Directors of Fallon Parks and Recreation Jorge Guerrero has given us permission to place a Centennial Plaque on the Concession Stand at the Park so that others know who has adopted the Park and has been cleaning it! Thank you Mr. Guerrero!