Del Sol Lions help create 2011 Tournament of Roses Parade float

Twenty-seven members and guests (from ages 13 to 87) of the Del Sol Lions Club journeyed to the Phoenix Decorating Company in Pasadena to spend more than 100 hours of community service to help partially create the Lions Clubs International Float titled “Backyard Fun” for the 2011 Tournament of Roses Parade. This year’s float offered spectators a trip down memory lane as a group of young friends enjoy summertime events around the backyard. (Above) Lion David Cain applies glue and cut up flowers to the Lion face on the float. To learn more about the Del Sol Lions, contact Mary Jane Boyd at mjboyd@roadrunner.com.

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