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The Ormond-By-the-Sea Lions Club's annual regional food drive for students needing assistance with food during spring break ended successfully in February.
Thanks to donations from the community, the OBTS Lions Club was able to deliver 15 bags of groceries to Osceola Elementary, 40 to Westside Elementary and 15 to St. Brendan's Catholic Church food pantry.
Members are now looking forward to hosting a fish dinner on April 9. Also in April, the club is sponsoring a Lions Night at Jackie Robinson Ball Park. Call 441-4421
Joyce Ebbets scholarship opportunity for Enviro Camp
The city of Ormond Beach is offering a new scholarship for one free session of Enviro Camp this summer.
The scholarship will be given in memory of former City Commissioner Joyce Ebbets. To apply and win the scholarship, children ages 7-10 should write and submit an essay on the topic: "What I Do Everyday to Help the Environment." Entries must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, March 23. Winners will be chosen by March 30.
Email essays to [email protected] or mail to The Casements, 25 Riverside Drive, Ormond Beach, Fl. 32176, Attn: Siobhan Daly. For more information, visit ormondbeach.org/edc, or contact The Casements at 676-3216.
Tomoka Travelers donates to local charities
Ormond Beach RV club Good Sam Tomoka Travelers RV Chapter no. 187 recently donated $250 to the Ormond Beach Police
Athletic League and the Halifax Humane Society.
The Good Sam chapters across the country embrace RV fellowship and volunteer thousands of hours annually to help the community, according to the club's website. Tomoka Travelers regularly makes donations to local charities.