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Since 1917, the local Lions Clubs have offered people just like you the opportunity to give something back to their community. Today, with more than 2 million members in more than 210 countres, Lions have expanded their focus to help meet the ever increasing needs of our society.

Boy Scouts leader Tommie Watts visits the club on 9/15/21 to pose a very important question about allowing girls to join the boy scouts
Smyrna Police Chief Torrie James receives a certificate of appreciation from King Lion John Burris for coming to talk to us at our meeeting on Wednesday 9/15/21
July 4th fireworks at the Smyrna High School
Clayton Lions club selling hot dogs and soda at Smyrna High School for the July 4th Fireworks display.
On 6/16/21 at out club meeting, PDG John Burris presents Leo of the year ( last year ) to  Raven Gaeta. She was not able to receive the award last year due to the Covid Pandemic.
Bill Green receives a Ted Reiver award at our club metting on 6/16/21
Bob Nagyiski receives a Ted Reiver award at our club meeting on 6/16/21
Greg Swiatek deservedly receives the Lion of the year award at the club meeting on 6/16/21

 

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