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Pine Bluffs Lions Club celebrates Diane Lyons 15 years of service


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Above: Diane Lyons receives flowers and a pin for her continued service to the Lions Club for 15 years from Robin Walters District Governor and her dog "Legend".

The Pine Bluffs Lions Club roars about upcoming events.

Diane Lyons received her 15-year pin by District Governor Robin Walters for being a member of the Pine Bluffs Lions Club. On top of that it was Lyon's birthday also. She received two honors in one night.

There were four items to be addressed in the old business section. First was collecting items to auction off for the Alan H. Stewart Lions Camp. This camp helps youth and adults have a different outlook in life. Some of the camps are with adults and youth which include blind and diabetic specialty weeks. The second item is High Ride for Sight. This is a fundraiser that is on May 29th where people ride their bicycles. They start out in Pine Bluffs and depending on the course the riders go to Burns or farther. All ages are welcome rain, snow and wind. At the end of the ride there is lunch for the participants. The third item for old business is thank you cards. At every monthly meeting the Lions Club writes out thank you cards to someone in the community. This month it was the Pine Bluffs Post. They feel getting information out about what they are doing in the community is very important. The fourth item on old business is the Pine Bluffs Lions Club 100th birthday this year. They will be celebrating it on Saturday November 5th. The members decided on inviting past Lions Club members along with all Wyoming Lions Clubs. The banquet will be at the Pine Bluffs Historic High School. They are still working on a speaker for the night.

There was one item on the new business agenda, the Easter Egg Hunt. It will be held on April 16th in the afternoon. Stay tuned for more info. The Hunt will be on the Bluffs at the golf course. The members are working with Crossroads Community Church in filling the eggs.

The speaker for the night was the Wyoming District Governor of the Lions Club Robin Walters. She talked about the camps this summer and how all Lions Clubs can still be active through rough times.


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