We Serve - Millions of Lions members in hundreds of countries and geographic areas answer the needs that challenge the communities of the world. Lions tackle tough problems like blindness, drug abuse prevention and diabetes awareness.
Global neighbors - Lions members—men and women—provide immediate and sustained relief in time of disaster and offer long-term assistance to those in need. Lions collect and recycle eyeglasses for distribution in developing countries and treat millions of people to prevent river blindness.
Community Leaders - Lions improve the quality of life in their local communities by building parks, supporting hospitals and establishing water treatment programs. Since 1917, whenever there is a need at home or around the world, Lions members are there to help—We Serve.
"Ascent" by Larry Anderson
Larry Anderson, a nationally renowned sculptor, has lived for eight years in Lake Bonney on land he bought from Simmons, the late mayor. Anderson created the sculpture that welcomes visitors to Bonney Lake, a boy reaching up to a flock of ducks. The sculpture, called "The Ascent," is an attempt to make people aware of the area's natural beauty as they make their way from the Sumner Valley up to Mount Rainier. It represents "ascending to a higher plane of existence, enabling of the spirit," Anderson says.
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