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Paul Lewis is our newest member. He was inducted into the Dubuque Noon Lions Club on July 11, 2018. Welcome Paul to the world largest service club in the world.

2018 appreciation dinner was held at the Dubuque Arboretum for all volunteers that helped the Dubuque Noon Lions when needed. Thank you to the members and non-members for all your help in the pass year.

Josh Hickey, Dubuque Noon Lions member, was selected to be the first athlete to carry the torch once it arrives at the stadium for the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games in Seattle. He was among the 4,000 athletes from 50 states that competed in the games.

2018 Officers: (Jo Trennel - Past District Gov.)(Al Harves - Immediate Past President)(Jerry Rust - Lion Tamer)(Wylie Bledsoe - Board)(Gene Noonan - Membership Chair)(Nelson Klavitter - Board)(Janelle Radloff - Treasurer/Secretary)(Lynn Kloft - President)

The Dubuque Noon Lions Club installed additional handicapped accessible playground equipment at the Dubuque Arboretum

Dubuque Noon Lions were conducting free eye screening through Iowa Kidsight at the Dubuque Kids Expo. Iowa KidSight is a joint project of the Lions Clubs of Iowa and the University of Iowa.

New sign was installed in the Spring of 2016 at Dubuque Noon Lions Club Playground and Equipment in the Dubuque Arboretum.

The Dubuque Noon Lions screened kids eyes from ages one to five years of age at Pre-Schools and Head Start. The Lions screens over 1,200 kids per year. About 5% are referred to an eye doctor for further examination.

Remember when the Lions Food Stand was located in front of what now is the main entrance to the ballroom in 1984.

In December we rang the bell for the Salvation Army in front of Kennedy Mall. Dubuque Noon Lions has volunteered for more than 50 years. Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of day stays these Lions from ringing that bell.

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