Lions Club thanks local hunters for record deer hide donations

The generosity of Door County deer hunters continues paying off for the Lions Club camp for handicapped children and adults.  Since 1991, the Forestville-Maplewood Lions Club has collected hides from hunters who bring their deer to selected meat processors.  The hides are then sold to the highest bidder and the money raised is given to the camp.  Lions Club member Tom Mueller says this season's collections set a record and helped the chapter reach a milestone.


Mueller says The Lions Club Camp at Rosholt gives 13-hundred handicapped children and adults some summer fun to look forward to each year.

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