Projects keep Dyckesville Lions busy

The Dyckesville Lions Club is living up to their motto of “We Serve” as they begin wrapping up a number of projects across Kewaunee County. Over the weekend the Dyckesville Lions Club unveiled a number of improvements at Red River County Park including a new scoreboard and fencing for its baseball field. A club of just 40 people, the Dyckesville Lions have pumped over $50,000 into Red River County Park over the last five years. Lions Club President Jay Mastalir says a lot of hard work has gone into the popular spot.

The club will also unveil a renovated “Lion’s Den” at the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds this summer to make it more weatherproof and comfortable for its guests during the fair.



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