Members of the Humble NoonLions Club Foundation will host their annual Chilifest & Car Show at the Humble Civic Center Arena as part of their continuing fundraising efforts. Everyone is welcome to come look at cars, taste chili, and vote for their favorite. The cost is $5 for all the chili you can eat. Entertainment will also be included. It is a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon with the family. Funds raised will be used to provide free eye exams and eye glasses to children of need in the Humble ISD. Last year, through their fundraising efforts, the Humble Noon Lions Club was able to provide free eye care to over 120 HISD students at a cost of approximately $13,000.00. In addition to free eye care, the Humble Noon Lions Club contributes to various requests for assistance from community organizations. In the past year, the Club donated funds to HISD for the purchase of playground equipment for handicapped students. We also contributed to the Family Time Foundation, Memorial Hermann Northeast Volunteers-Books for Children Program and bought large print and audio books to the Kingwood Library.. According to Joe Bocklage, President of the Humble NoonLions Club, “Money raised on Sept. 29 will allow Lions to meet pressing needs in our community. This is one our major fundraising events during the year. Lions members thank everyone who contributes to this important work. You are truly helping Lions make a difference in our community.” Photo: The Humble Noon Lions discuss how to make their chili recipe better for their 11th Annual Chilifest and Car Show to be held September 29th at the Humble Civic Center. From left are Gary Fritz, Dottie Bocklage, Cliff Currin, Atti Halliway, Casey Musick, Tony Braddick, Tony Austin, Terry Harris and Rose Baumann.

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