Readers can this week get their hands on a free bookmark with the Leader this week, courtesy of the Louth and District Lions.
The Leader is working with the Lions and Louth Library to offer 500 readers the opportunity to receive a fantastic free bookmark.
Just cut out the coupon in the paper and take it along to Louth Library to get your freebie, but remember, when they’re gone they’re gone.
The Lions are part of Lions International, which has over 1.3 million members and around 46,000 clubs. The main priority for Louth Lions is to serve the community and help those less fortunate, supporting the young and more senior people in whatever way is appropriate to do so.
The Lions give their time freely holding fundraising events to raise money to help the local community and to donate small amounts to Lions International projects.
They hold huge events around Louth, like the annual bonfire night at Deighton Close, as well as tractor rallies, casino nights and even duck races.
This summer they held a bike night in Louth, attracting hundreds of bikers.
Since launching in 1969, Louth Lions have earned the continued support of the local community and are going strong with 21 members.
President Derek Blow said: “We can only help the community if we have help from the public, and we are pleased to say that the community have always supported us.
“Louth Lions are pleased to have been able to send several children to Lapland this week with Wish Upon A Star.
“A big thank you to the community and Louth Library. Merry Christmas everyone!”
Louth Lions are always on the lookout for new volunteers, visit www.louthlions.co.uk.
Louth Library is open Monday to Wednesday, 9am to 6pm, Thursdays 9am to 1pm, Fridays 9am to 7pm, and Saturdays 9am to 4pm.