Pigeon Lake Lions organize pop can tab collection

Sylvan Lake, Rimbey, Winfield also collected tabs

The Lions of Pigeon Lake organized a pop can tab weigh off at Lakedell Ag Centre near Pigeon Lake on April 15th, 2018.

Clubs collect these tabs all year long and then get together to see who collected the most weight in tabs from aluminum cans.

The three other clubs that participated this year were: Sylvan Lake, Rimbey, and Winfield Lions. Our total was 731 lbs.!

We received a total of $321 from recycling the tabs. The Lions of Pigeon Lake decided to donate this money to family whose child is dealing with Type 1 diabetes in our area.

We teamed up with Wetaskiwin Safeway Pharmacy to help out a family in need. Please save those tabs!

Submitted by Pigeon Lake Lions Club

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