|Text on Button||the ROARing 20's BLUE ISLAND LIONS CLUB JULY 4th 1983 LIONS' 60th Year|
Illustration of couple in black with black text on white background.
|Curl Text||WINCRAFT INC. 1-800-533-8100 (MN 1-507-454-5510) Made in U.S.A.|
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The Lion’s Club is a secular organization dedicated to improving communities around the world. The Blue Island, IL chapter founded on December 18th, 1922, filled dual roles within the community as both a businessmen’s luncheon club and chamber of commerce. They were known for hosting an annual celebration event for the 4th of July. In 1983, to celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of the chapter, the theme of the event was “The Roaring 20s”, taking guests back in time to the decade when the chapter was founded. This theme encourages guests to don their most glamorous apparel, such as beaded flapper dresses, or tuxedos and top hats.
Lions Club of Blue Island. (1962). The Blue Island Story: an Historical Review of the First One Hundred and Twenty-Seven Years of Our City on the Hill, Blue Island, Illinois. Blue Island, IL: Blue Island Pub. Co. Retreived from https://archive.org/details/blueislandstoryh00lion/page/178
Mission and History: Lions Clubs International. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.lionsclubs.org/en/discover-our-clubs/mission-and-history
Volp, J. H. (1938). The First Hundred Years, 1835-1935: historical Review of Blue Island, Illinois. doi: https://archive.org/details/firsthundredyear00volp/page/222