Members of the McDonough Lions Club at the 2015 Geranium Festival
News from the
McDonough Lions Club
The McDonough Lions Club announced local winners of the Peace Poster Contest in it's January 11, 2016 meeting. These local students join with more than 400,000 entires worldwide in the Annual Lions International Peace Poster Contest. The contest emphasizes the importance of world peace. Locally, 1st place winners receive $75; 2nd place winners receive $50; and 3rd place winners receive $25.
Pictured L to R - McDonough Lions Club President Raye Reed, Jada Brunson (3rd place winner from Luella Middle), Christine Thompson (Art teacher at Luella Middle), Katherine Myers (2nd place winner at Luella Middle), Ethan Jolly (1st place winner at Luella Middle), Gabby Hill (1st place winner from McDonough Middle), Mellissa Wood, Art Teacher from McDonough Middle) and Lion Don Cardell (McDonough Lions Club Peace Poster Coordinator). Congratulations to all these students!
McDonough Lions Club President, Raye Reed, welcomes new member
Brad Bailey to the McDonough Lions Club. Brad has served as a Lion
in other places and now comes to the McDonough Club.
Brad is manager at Cannon-Cleveland Funeral Directors in McDonough.
Lions Advancement Key is Presented to PDG Patrick Pignataro
by McDonough Lions Club President Raye Reed. This was presented on 10/26/2015.
McDonough Lions Club President, Raye Reed is presented a
certificate by Dwight Helton from Smart Lunch/Smart Kids Program.
This was presented on Monday, October 26, 2015.
Lion Fred Carlson, District Governor, addresses those attending
the Inter-Club Picnic provided by the McDonough Lions Club
on September 28, 2015!
The McDonough Lions Club hosted the Inter-Club Picnic
on September 28, 2015 with representatives from the
McDonough Lions Club, Jonesboro Lions Club, Griffin
Lions Club, and Greater Butts Lion Club!
Lion Rick Berry is presented with the Melvin Jones
Humanitarian Award on May 26, 2015 by the
McDonough Lions Club! Presenting the award
is Lion Lewis Strickland!
The McDonough Lions Club
The Lions Club International was started by Melvin Jones in 1917 with this simple question...."what if people put their talents to work improving their communities?" In 1925, Helen Keller challenged Lions to become "knights of the blind in the crusade against darkness." Since then, we have worked tirelessly to aid the blind and visually impaired.
Dedicated to the needs of our community, the McDonough Lions Club raises funds and supports: Haven House, the Henry County Scholarship Fund, Eye exams and prescription glasses for Henry County residents, Free Eye screening for students in the Henry County Schools, GA Lion Lions Camp for the Blind, GA Lions Lighthouse Foundation, Leader Dogs for the Blind, and Southeastern Guide dogs to name a few.
Our international network has grown to include more than 206 countries and geographic areas with 1.35 million members in more than 46,000 clubs. Learn more about the exciting work of the McDonough Lions Club!
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Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.