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PUTNAM LIONS INSTALL NEW OFFICERS, PRESENT AWARDS

-- Putnam Lions met on April 6, 2018 to install new officers for the 2018-2019 year. In addition, awards were given out and a new member was inducted.
Special guests, Tom Borner and Rick Hayes, received Jerry Lapointe Awards in recognition of their service to the community.

 Jerry Lapointe Award Recipients with President

Lion Romeo Blackmar was awarded the Knight of the Blind Award and Lion Barbara Chubbuck received the Ambassador of Sight Award.

Lion Barbara Chubbuck with Ambassador of SIght Award
District 23 Regional Chairperson Michele Wyatt conducted the installation of new officers and the induction of the new member, Lauren Dignam.
New officers are as follows:
President and Global Action Team Chairperson - Steven Faucher
1st Vice President and Leadership Chairperson - Amy Franklin
2nd Vice President - Michael Hanrahan
3rd Vice President and Service Chairperson - Mary Ann Pezanko
Secretary - Debra Barbour
Treasurer -Melody Cassio
Tail Twister - Stu Neal
Lion Tamer - Carole Peters
Membership Chairpersons - Leia Faucher & Mary Ann Pezanko
1st Year Director and Marketing Communications Chair - Paulette Blagburn
2nd Year Director, Immediate Past President and LCIF Coordinator - Romeo Blackmar
3rd Year Director - Sheila Coderre
Leo Board Member - Al Cormier
Lions International Liason - Richard Bennett

Past President Romeo Blackmar hands gavel to Incoming President Steve Faucher
To close the evening, James Guillot of the Crossings Restaurant and Brew Pub received a plaque thanking him for his sponsorship of the Volleyball Tournament and his continued support of the Putnam Lions.

James Guillot of the Crossings Restaurant and Brew Pub accepts a placque

 

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