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Lions charter new club in Madison

MADISON – A new Lions Club will come to Madison on Tuesday when 21 men and women celebrate the charter night of the Madison Area Family Lions Club at the Metro Diner.

During the ceremonies, which start at 6 p.m., Lions District Governor Glenda Moxley will present members of the new club with their official charter.  Members of the Lions District 34A, who sponsored the formation of the Madison Area Family Lions Club, will also be on hand to congratulate members of the new club.

“I am proud to welcome these men and women into Lions.  Madison will be proud to have such a fine group of people serving its community,” said District Governor Glenda Moxley.

The Madison Area Family Lions Club plans to become involved with the Madison Community by supporting the Madison City School children with needed eyeglasses, as well as supporting the Lions Clubs International’s Recycle for Sight Program by collecting new and used eyeglasses.

As president of the Madison Area Family Lions Club, “I can say the members of this club look forward to serving the Madison community, said John Emich.  “We are proud to have joined the largest service organization in the world with 1.4 million Lions worldwide.  As we begin our chapter as a new club, we hope we become a force for good in our community.  If anyone is interested in joining our club they can contact us at madisonlionsclub@gmail.com.”

Lions Clubs International is the largest service club organization in the world.  The 1.42 million members in more than 47,000 clubs are serving in over 200 countries and geographic areas around the globe.

For more information, visit lionsclubs.org.

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