Learn More About Becoming A Member of Owosso Lions Club
Posted by Owosso Now at 10:33pm 2/10/19
Owosso Lions Club is all about giving back to the community while doing something fun!
Come out and bring your friends to a special Owosso Lions Club Open House on Tuesday, February 26th, from 6 to 7pm at O-Town Cafe, 101 N. Washington St., in Owosso. Light refreshments will be provided.
"OLC is on the road to Lions Clubs International chartering. Before we can help to build our community we first need to build our membership," club Secretary Lisa Pilon notes. In addition to Pilon, who represents JustServeMich, other community members who've joined are Dr. Ted Bily (Advanced Eyecare), Laura Burroughs (Shiawassee YMCA), the Cohen family (Amber, Mollie, and Steve of O-Town Cafe), Ryan Drake (Watkins Brothers Funeral Home), Randy Horton (Independent Bank), Donna Kanan (Shiawassee Conservation District), Dave Minarik (Curwood Festival), Tara Oneil (O-Town Cafe), Sue Osika (Habitat for Humanity), Carol Anne Smith (Memorial Healthcare), and Marlene Webster (Shiawassee Hope).
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At the open house, meet the club officers and members and learn about what the Lions Club is doing in the community and as an international service organization. Find out how you can become a Lion, too!
Lions Club is a non-profit service club that has fun while raising money for the community and others in need. Owosso Lions Club supports efforts to bring into the Owosso community programs like Lions KidSight eye disease scanning program for all ages, Lions RecycleSight old eyeglasses collection, and local eye exams and eyeglasses for those in need at no cost to the family.
LIONS MISSION STATEMENT
To Empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs.
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