Lions help in quake relief effort

Del Sol Lions Club Charter Secretary Mary Jane Boyd, left, and Charter President Dave Roberts recently packed up more than 150 pounds of food and supplies collected by their club in just two days for Mexicali earthquake relief efforts and delivered it to a central distribution point.

The service project was part of a larger San Diego and Imperial Counties Lions Clubs’ effort to provide still much needed relief to the more than 50,000 residents left homeless as a result of the April 4 Mexicali earthquake. The club meets from 6 to 7 p.m. the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at Sam’s Place, 141 Lomas Santa Fe Drive. For more information go to www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/DelSol/index.php.

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