WANT to start the new year with a good deed?
Well, here's a great way to aid your community - and it won't cost you a penny.
The Lions Club of Huddersfield has teamed up with the Examiner to celebrate its 50th birthday with some hard work!
And we need 50 willing workers to help us ...
Together, we're planning some great community initiatives this spring.
It could be anything from planting flowers for a charity to sprucing up a village hall.
And we want YOU to pledge ONE day of your time.
If you're employed, why not get permission from your boss to take a day out of the office to do your good deed?
Or, if you're the boss, try nominating one or more of your workers to get involved.
Groups of friends and relatives are more than welcome.
Volunteers must be aged over 18 and willing to get stuck into jobs that might be tough or dirty.
Jane Armitage of the Lions says: "We want to do something really special for our 50th anniversary in Huddersfield.
"We're planning to set to work on some fun, practical projects. And we want 50 people to help bolster our ranks.
"All we want is for you to give up a single day.
"We know busy people can't make long-term commitments. But this is strictly a one-off."
Jane continues: "No-one will be turned away. If we get 100 people, we'll find good deeds for them to do!"
Action is set to take place in March and April.
Examiner editor Roy Wright said: "Everyone who helps will get their name in the paper.
"You'll get to do your bit for the community without tying yourself into a big commitment, or putting your hand in your pocket for money.
"It couldn't be simpler. You'll hopefully have fun, meet new people and maybe learn some new skills."
* Next week: find out how your community group can request a Lions team to help tackle that task!