OAK HILL - A service group in Fayette County is hoping for a large turnout Friday night at its primary fundraiser.
The Lions Club is throwing its 71st Annual Style and Variety Show Friday, which will include 10 vendors and 10 different entertainment acts. Committee members said the group usually raises as much as $5,000, all which goes to the community.
The Oak Hill Lions Club dedicates much of its time to helping the blind and impaired. To draw people to the event, there will be a $100 drawing and 50-50 tickets.
“The best reason to come is that we've been cooped up all winter,” Steve Moss told WOAY. “It's time to get out and enjoy the good weather.”
Danna Davis was by his side.
“As lions, our motto is, ‘We Serve,” the pair said together.
The annual show is set for Friday at 6:30 p.m. at Oak Hill High School. Admission is $2 and donations for the New River Humane Society will also be accepted.