Brooms available will include regular and heavy duty household brooms, short-handle hearth brooms, whisk brooms, mops and industrial push brooms.
The tradition of Lions Club broom sales has lasted more than 75 years.
“Because of the public’s support of this and other Lions Club projects, the club is able to provide eye exams, glasses, hearing aids and other help for people in need,” said Union Lions Club President Sanders Read. “The Union Lions Club is grateful to the people of Union County for their support in serving our community.”
Lions Club international is the largest service organization in the world with more than 44,500 clubs and more than 1.3 million members in 203 countries. The club provides many services but, most importantly, its members are the world leaders in blindness prevention and work extensively in their communities.
The Union Lions Club meets at the Lions Club building on Main Street on the second Thursday of every month at 7 p.m.
For more information about the Union Lions Club, contact Sanders Read at 427-2660.