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Where There's a NEED,
There's a LION
Lions Club Physically Challenged Children’s Camp
Louisiana Eye Foundation
Whenever a Lions club gets together,
problems get smaller. And communities
get better. That’s because we help
where help is needed—in our own communities and around the world—with
unmatched integrity and energy.
Lakeshore Lions Club
Annual Poinsettia Sale
St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital
Capital Alliance for the Homeless
LA Lions League
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Ronald McDonald House
Leader Dogs for the Blind
Baton Rouge Regional Eye Bank
Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank
The World's Largest
Service Club Organization
Louisiana Pediatric Cardiology Foundation
...and many other worthy causes.
Our 46,000 clubs and 1.4+ million members make us the world's largest service
club organization. We're also one of the
most effective. Our members do whatever is needed to help their local communities. Everywhere we work, we
make friends. With children who need
eyeglasses, with seniors who don’t have
enough to eat and with people we may
Supporting Lion’s Club projects, such as Handicapped
Children Camp, Lions Eye Foundation and local projects.
Keep for your records
Detach and return
Plants available approximately
Thanksgiving week or the following week.
Your Lion will deliver to you unless pick-up is requested.
Pick up location:
720 Castle Kirk Dr.
Baton Rouge, LA 70808
*** Please book early. ***
For additional orders contact:
MY LION: ________________________________________
Hi there, I am Juan Poinsettia. I was named after Dr.
Joel Poinsett, American ambassador to Mexico in the
1830’s. He brought my ancestors back to the states,
and I am now a native of American Christmases!
I am a tropical plant that likes to stay warm at all timesno temperatures below 50 degrees or cold wind, this
damages the colored leaves around my yellow flowers,
called bracts. Place me in a brightly lit window or
room. I bloom naturally in the fall with exposure to
natural days and nights; artificial light upsets my timetable. Examine my soil daily, and only water me when I
feel dry or my pot becomes lightweight, about once a
week. I require enough water to soak the soil to the
bottom of the pot, but pour out excess water that remains.
As to the old wives tale about my “poisonous qualities,”
your dog, cat or child can eat about a bushel of my
leaves without harm, other than nausea or spitting
them back up. The taste of my leaves is very unpleasant, so it is unlikely that anyone would continue after
the first taste. Be assured that I am not a dangerous risk
in the home. No death has ever been recorded from
I am grown in a warm greenhouse where I can bloom to
my full potential, making the biggest and most colorful
display. The Lakeshore Lions deliver me in top condition
with no jet lag from excessive travel.
MY LION: _____________________________________
Mail order & payment to:
Lakeshore Lion’s Club
PO Box 14806
Baton Rouge, LA 70898
Online orders & payments accepted: