Lions waive entrance fees during centennial month

By: Staff Report
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The world’s largest service organization waived entrance fees as part of its Centennial Celebration between June 7 through 31.
Persons interested in participating in the work of Lions should contact a Lions member right away and benefit from this fist-time saving.
“There are several strong clubs that local men and women can join,” Loomis Lions member Jack Morris said, “my club with its 50 members and neighboring clubs in Lincoln, Rocklin and Newcastle.”
Morris announced the building of a new Lions Club to be located in the Auburn Ravine area between Ophir and Virginiatown. Planners have named it Gold Hill Lions Club. Charter members are being sought and the Pescatore Vineyard and Winery (http://gold hilllionsclub.godaddysites) may be the club’s future meeting place. He noted that persons waiting to join Gold Hill must first join a local club if they wish to benefit from the dropped new member fee.
Lions Clubs International is the largest service organization with nearly 1.5 million members. Known best for its dedication to eyesight issues, Lion members spread their services broadly to include local school needs, service dogs, scholarships, and other assistance both locally and globally.
For information, contact Jack Morris at 916-652-3225 or