Extension Agent visits club
Columbia Lions Club member Glenn Harrison, left, talks with Marion County Mississippi State Cooperative Extension Service Agent Amanda Woods on July 28 after Woods spoke to the club about the service. The club meets for lunch on Thursday at Broad Street Restaurant.
Nik Ingram, left, Main Street Columbia director, talks with Columbia Lions Club member Jacob Morgan on July 14 after Ingram told the group about upcoming Halloween festivities that are being considered.
Trisha Norris, left, talks with Columbia Lions Club member Allen Knight after the club meeting June 23 at Broad Street Restaurant. Norris spoke to the club about the upcoming Gator Fest event at the Columbia Water Park on Nov. 5. The club meets for lunch on Thursday.
Griffith tells club about New Orleans history
Harry Griffith, left, talks with Columbia Lions Club member Thad Shows after Griffith spoke to the club on June 16 about the history of New Orleans. The club meets for lunch on Thursdays at Broad Street Restaurant.
Morrison speaks to Lions Club at meeting
Brian Morrison, from left, talks with Jan and Lester Haddox after the Columbia Lions Club meeting on June 11 at Broad Street Restaurant. Morrison is associate athletics director of major gifts at the University of Southern Mississippi and gave the club a rundown of the latest USM Athletic Department news at the lunch meeting.
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