Sasquatch Lions donate $33,750 to community

North Fraser Fire Department has used its donation to purchase new equipment

The Sasquatch Lions Club handed out thousands of dollars in donations at its June 6 annual dinner, including $2,000 to North Fraser Fire Department. The money has gone towards purchasing a new automatic external defibrillator (AED), a training dummy, and vehicle extrication equipment. Accepting the money from club secretary Lloyd McKimmon (centre) is Deputy Chief Curtis Stevens (left) and Fire Chief Steve Howell (right). This donation was part of $33,750 distributed throughout the Dewdney/Deroche community. Lions International is the largest service organization in the world serving 206 countries and geographic areas and has 46,000 clubs with more than 1.35 million members, including the Sasquatch Lions.

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