Niagara Lions kick off annual flower sale
NIAGARA, Wis. — The Niagara Lions Club’s annual spring flower sale is now in progress, president Gordon Behnke announced.
The Lions have conducted the popular project for nearly a quarter century. Lion Kim Schuster once again will serve as project chairman.
This year, the club will be offering three choices for potential purchasers. In addition to the roses and the spring bouquet of various wildflowers, the club is also will offer what is called a “Rainbow,” which features a variety of multicolored roses.
Posters and order blanks have been placed at many businesses in Niagara, including Best Buy Party Store, Bob’s Country Bar, Forward Financial Credit Union, mBank, Nev’s North Star, Northwoods IGA, Pit Stop Bar, Red Brick Inn, Roadside Pub, Scott’s Uptown Lanes, and The Bunker.
Other businesses selling include Big 10 Sports Bar and Grill in Quinnesec, Woodward Bar in Kingsford, and C&R Bar, Tom & Jo’s Liquor and Who’s Next in Aurora, Wis.
Cost for the flowers is $20 for a dozen roses, the spring bouquet, or the Rainbow roses; or $35 for two dozen; $50 for three dozen; or $15 each for four dozen or more. All orders must be made in advance and the deadline to order is Wednesday, April 1.
Lions Club members will provide free home delivery for all pre-ordered flowers on Thursday through Saturday, April 23-25.
The Niagara Lions Club is affiliated with the International Association of Lions Clubs which is the world’s largest service organization. In addition to supporting the goals and objectives of the international organization, the Niagara Lions Club is the leading local service organization providing many benefits to the community and youth of Niagara.
For more information, contact Schuster at 906-282-8085 or Kerry Grippen at 906-282-8471.