Duluth Lions Club celebrating so many years of service with a day of service

Duluth Lions Club Celebrates 75 Years

The Duluth Lions Club has been around for decades, serving the community, and celebrated with a day of service on Tuesday.

The Duluth Lions Club was chartered with Lions International 78 years ago. The 75th celebration was derailed by COVID, so they celebrated on Tuesday with a day of service.

Up first, serving meals at the Union Gospel Mission. And picking up socks and boots for the mission.

They also collected eye glasses, which are recycled and sent all over the world.

And they presented two benches from their plastic recycling project to Duluth Little League baseball.

The evening will conclude with a social at Clyde Iron Works, with cake, program, and music.

Mayor Emily Larson also proclaimed Tuesday Duluth Lions Club Day in the city.

Enger Tower will be lit gold and purple on Tuesday night, which are the Lions Club colors.