Pictured, are, from left, Arlene Kemeny, lion tamer; Jack Kemeny, past president; Paul Sedlak, first-year board member; Linda Day, second-year board member; Ray Prestia, membership chair; Tommy Killebrew, first vice president; Lu Chassin, tail twister; Glenn Day, secretary; Connie Sedlak, president; Diane Willingham, treasurer; and Frank Brooks Jr., ceremony officiant and past district governor.
Lions Club International is the world’s largest service organization, with more than 1.3 million members worldwide. The Lions are best known for fighting blindness, but also volunteer for many kinds of community projects, including feeding the hungry, aiding seniors and people with disabilities, and caring for the environment.
They conduct vision screenings, coordinate eyeglass, hearing aid and cell phone recycling programs; assist in providing eye exams and eyeglasses to qualifying individuals and participate in many community events.
For more information and to get involved, call Prestia at 919-554-3688.