"Friend of the Park"? - Zionsville Lions Club

Zionsville Lions Club
P.O. Box 252, 115 Elm Street, Zionsville, IN 46077
November, 2014
Dear Neighbor:
Mike Heffner
Mark Amman
Louanne Giralte
Karen McKellar
Gerald Resler
Tara Worthley
Welcome to Lions Park in Zionsville. Thousands of families, groups and individuals
gather every year to experience the many amenities, activities and events offered in this
community park.
Lions Park is a not-for-profit organization, supported by 140 dedicated members who
are committed to providing a safe and clean family environment for the Zionsville
community to enjoy. During recent years, the Lions invested over $250,000 building a
new restroom facility, paving all parking and walking surfaces, installing bleachers and
making upgrades to the Park's electrical system. Each year we plant new trees, repair
buildings and improve the Park with new benches and playground equipment.
Jim Edwards
Steve Gayheart
Doug Gauthier
Larry Harris
Karen Hogan
Phil Howard
Darryl Johnson
Rick Morris
Mark Owens
Tim Reinhart
Gail Robbins
Vicki Snider
Ralph Stacy
We have redesigned our website www.zionsvillelions.com and added a second website
www.zlionsevents.com to showcase all the events held in the Park. Please watch this
Lions video about our Fall Festival (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJ-bExqOI0c).
Sometimes, a community tends to take for granted familiar landmarks that for so long
have been such integral part of its local culture. You can help ensure that all the good
times continue by becoming a “Friend” of Lions Park. As part of your year-end tax
planning, you can support the Park and its programs with a financial gift, by mailing
your check, payable to Lions Park at the above address.
Please select your Level of Support:
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Any level of contribution is greatly appreciated and will be used to preserve this
community treasure.
Gene Thompson
Wayne Warren
Alan Winters
Have fun in the Park and thank you for your continued patronage!
Sincerely Yours,
Mike Heffner, President
Zionsville Lions Park