Princeton Lions Club provides automated door

Princeton and District Community Services facility received the finishing touches to the new automated door system.

The Princeton and  District Community Services facility received the finishing touches to its automated door last week courtesy of the Princeton Lions Club. Left to right: Executive director of Princeton and District Community Services

The Princeton and District Community Services facility received the finishing touches to its automated door last week courtesy of the Princeton Lions Club. Left to right: Executive director of Princeton and District Community Services

On Wednesday, March 20 the Princeton and District Community Services facility received the finishing touches to the new automated door system for wheel chair access.

President of the Princeton Lions Club, Dave Shalanski and secretary Elaine Miller presented the 2012 project logo to finalize the $2800 project.

Executive director of Princeton and District Community Services, Lynn Pelly and client Brian Liberatore are ‘quite pleased’ and appreciate the installation.

Princeton Lions Club members are happy to be able to support the community in such ways.

2013 holds more events and fundraisers for the club. During the Princeton Racing Days weekend in June, plan to attend the Lions Pancake breakfast and purchase your tickets for the beer fridge raffle. The duck race will take place as long as the river level permits.

In November, the Lions will again run the Grey Cup Pool and in October the pumpkin carving contest.

The club will continue their assistance with the seniors at Ridgewood Lodge and the Christmas Hamper program through Crisis Assistance.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Princeton Lions Club, please join them during their regular dinner meetings on the first and third Tuesday of the month at The Chamber of Commerce boardroom at 6:30 p.m.

 

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