Clyde, KS, 2/15/2016 -- The Clyde Lions Club honored local business man, Harold J. “Jim” George, by awarding him a certificate and chevron for 50 years of Lions service during its most recent meeting on February 8th.

Lion Jim has served the community in many ways over the years. He currently holds the position of Education Chairman and shares the responsibilities of managing the Annual Lions Golf Tournament with his son, Lion Mike.

“When I think of what it means to be a successful community member, I think of Lion Jim,” said Bob Pearson, Kansas Zone 9 Chairperson. “I applaud Lion Jim for his 50 years of service through Lions. Clyde is a better place because of his civic contributions.”

The Clyde Lions are proud of Lion Jim George and would like to thank him for his loyal and long-term service to the community of Clyde, Ks. Stop by George Motor Company and ask Lion Jim about being a Lion. I am sure he would love to share some of his memories.

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