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The Trempealeau Lions Club has served our community for more than forty-five years. Funds are raised during the annual Catfish Days weekend and several other events, and each year our club donates approximately $25,000 to worthwhile causes. On the local level our community service includes scholarship programs, vision screening for elementary and high school students, and support of student sports programs and the FCCLA. We provide financial help to families and individuals in need, sponsor a great Christmas dinner for our senior citizens, and conduct diabetes awareness programs. Our larger projects have benefitted the Trempealeau Library, the GET School District, Little Bluff Mounds Interpretive Trail, and the Village of Trempealeau. We also make annual contributions to the Wisconsin Eye Bank, the Lions’ Leader Dog Program, State Lions Camp for children and adults with disabilities, and to the Restoring Hope Transplant House. We believe that our Trempealeau Lions club is a very worthwhile organization because of our dedication to serving our community and helping those with special needs. Please join us, as we always welcome new members!