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In April, 2021 The Norman Lions Club donated a refrigerator, a computer with monitor, a 3-in-1 printer, and a cornhole game to the local non-profit organization Pantry Partners. Located at 715 W. Gray, Pantry Partners provides the often-overlooked needy teenagers in Norman with food items for the home, school and hygienic supplies, and a safe place to read, study, socialize, or get a snack to eat.




On May 17, 2019 the Norman Lions Club presented a vision assistive device to Norman North High School student Nima Pajoh.  This device will allow Nima to be able to read better, but also view labels when shopping and look at small objects when out and about.  It is very small and portable, so it can go with him anytime and anywhere.


Pictured from left to right are Janet Atkinson, Norman North Speech Language Pathologist, Peter Liesenfeld, Norman North Principal, Mark Braley, Norman Lions Club President Elect, Nima Pajeh, Norman North Student (recipient), Nadia Pajoh (Nima's mother), Janet Dewbre, Norman Lions Club President, Audrey Dixon, Norman North Teacher for the Visually Impaired, and Jason Miller, Norman North One-on-one Teaching Assistant.


Nima's first look at his new vision device.

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