Seal Beach Lions Club Helps 180 People Get Home Safely
The Seal Beach Lions Club recently held their 11th Annual Saint Patrick’s Day Designated Driver Program, which assisted 180 people get home safely. Their club partnered with Straub Distributing/Budweiser to drive home people who had too much to drink at local bars. More than 50 volunteers manned the booth, where celebrators could ask for a ride home. Literature at the booth said the Seal Beach Police would not tow “your car if you leave it here.” The Lions did this as a community service, although they did accept donations. Lions President Mike Haley said he’s proud to serve the community and see that everybody gets home safely. If you would like to get involved in the enthusiastic club, that also has received national attention for eliminating graffiti, you can log on to their website sealbeachlions.com . You can also find them at the April Seal Beach Car Show in Eisenhower Park doing their famous Lions Pancake Breakfast and Barbecue. The Lions Club is a 501c3 non profit organization that has been around since 1939 in That Area.
Some members of the Seal Beach Lions Club, who helped safely drive people home.