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First City Lions donate to community organizations

The Bemidji First Lion's Club recently donated funds to various community organizations.

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Pictured from left: Jess Robertson presents a donation from the Lions Club to Aria Robertson and Mary Knox Johnson of the Bemidji Community Theater, which recently completed a production of "Frozen."
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The Bemidji First Lion's Club recently donated funds to various community organizations. The club donated $300 to Fishing Has No Boundaries, $200 to Bemidji Area Take A Kid Fishing and $100 to the Bemidji Community Theater.

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Lions Club president Joy Barclay presents a check to Vance Balstad of Fishing Has No Boundaries.
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Lion Susie Balstad, right, presents a check to Joy Barclay, Bemidji Area Take A Kid Fishing representative.
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