Colebrook Lions Club members Patrick Winn, his father Ray Winn, Barney Adams, and Brad Bremer.
Colebrook Lions Club members Patrick Winn, his father Ray Winn, Barney Adams, and Brad Bremer.
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COLEBROOK — The Colebrook Lions Club held their annual Father’s Day breakfast on Sunday, June 20.
For over 30 years, the Lions Club held their pancake breakfasts at either the Colebrook School or Camp Jewell, but this year the breakfast was scaled back due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Volunteers from the Lions Club served bacon, egg, and cheese sandwiches outside of the Colebrook Historical Society building.
“Despite scaling back, we’ve had a lot of the public come out, so we feel very good about this today,” member Ray Winn said. “We’ve been around for 40 years now, and what we do is raise money for local organizations, scholarships, and local ball teams. As our sign says ‘We serve.’ because we do good things for the community through fundraising and functions that we have.”
Currently, the organization has 20 members, and is looking for new members to join.
“If you want to serve your community, this is one of the best organizations to join to do that,” Winn said. “It’s a bit of work, but it’s all about serving.”
For more information about the Colebrook Lions Club, including information on how to join, call 860-379-4130 or go to their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/colebrooklionsclub

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