The Lord Baltimore Lions Club joined with thousands of Lions from clubs around the world to support World Diabetes Day, held world-wide on Saturday, Nov. 14.

The promotion of diabetes awareness among all citizens is a service performed by Lions Club members. In addition to supporting the causes of vision, the environment, combating hunger and childhood cancer, spreading information about the impact of diabetes remains among the five focus areas of service for Lions.

Members noted that recent updates from the Center for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) and the American Diabetes Association confirm that the new cases number 1.5 million per year.

Lion John Monahan, communication chair for the Lord Baltimore Lions, stated many Lions Clubs serving within Delaware, Maryland and D.C. hope to plan virtual events and safely organized onsite programs to inform citizens about how people can control the spread of Type 2 Diabetes.

The Lord Baltimore Lions program for World Diabetes Day included an information display at G&E Hocker’s supermarket in Cedar Neck.   Monahan reported that 96 people stopped by to choose materials that were supplied by the Delaware Department of Health & Social Services, the American Diabetes Association and the CDC.




      January 23, 1946    
    our 74th Year  


Lord Baltimore Lions Club

P. O. Box 525

Ocean View, DE 19970


Serving Millville, Clarksville, Ocean View, Bethany Beach, Frankford, Dagsboro


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President Jack Bauer:                    

1st VP PDG Karl Gude:                   

            Secretary PCS Janet Bauer:           

            Treasurer PCT Don Stein:              

            Asst Treasurer Don Sherwood:

            Tail Twister Anne Gude

            Lion Tamer Don Austin

            Membership Bob Wisgirda:              

            LCIF Coordinator PDG Karl Gude:  

            Club Service Chair Ken Phillips

            Communications John Monahan:



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