Quesnel Lions Club seeking local visionaries for proposed community projects
March 5, 2012
Roar! Lions Want Your Opinion!
The Quesnel Lions Club is calling all those who have a vision for Quesnel's future to come forward and offer their thoughts.
The club is looking for a new initiative to support. It wants people's ideas on what is that special community challenge that needs to be addressed. Be it a social, recreational, environmental or other need, the Lions club wants to put their efforts toward a large project which will help Quesnel grow.
Lion's President Orville Mulligan explains: "We would like to help Quesnel in a large way. We have developed a questionnaire and are now circulating it around the town. From the results, we will figure out where to put our efforts." While continuing to help in its traditional ways, the club feels it is in a position to take on a major challenge.
During March, Lions members are distributing questionnaires as well as conducting interviews to find out what the people of Quesnel feel deserves concerted action.
Besides the hard copy questionnaire, the community can respond by clipping out a response form in the Observer and dropping it off at KMAX at 246 St. Laurent.
They can also email one of our committee members, Mitch Vik at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the full questionnaire.
Finally, for those that want a free cup of coffee, Lions would love to sit down for an extended chat. Call 250 992 8343 to set up a time. In April, the club will then decide on a project and start fundraising efforts.
Milligan concludes, "It's an opportunity for people to put forward their own positive ideas and be heard!"
For more information, call Nate Bello at (250) 992-3650 or Mitch Vik at (250) 992-8343.