April 17, 2014

Lions provide a variety of community services

The Surface Creek Valley Lions Club has been on the go, volunteering in the local community since the first of the year. In February the Lions held their annual eye screening for over 60 preschool-age children.



Members honored at Hotchkiss Lions Club

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Diane Reddin is presented the Melvin Jones Fellow Award for her “dedicated humanitarian services” from the Lions Club International Foundation on March 10. Walter Lemon, past district governor, came from Grand Junction to give Reddin her well-deserved award. Reddin is a former president of the Hotchkiss Lions Club.b03 lions2Photo by Kathy Browning

Orville Cotten received his 15-year pin for membership at the March 10 Hotchkiss Lions Club meeting.b03 lions3Photo by Kathy Browning

Lance L. Balding, Lions Club district governor (far right), welcomes three new members to the Hotchkiss Lions Club on March 10. They are (left to right) Nancy Stechert, Sue Carter and Lois Cotten. The Hotchkiss Lions Club meets at Carter’s Hometown Cafe.


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