Man Lions Club invests in education

Pictured, from left, is Chad Story, chairman of the Man Lions Club Scholarship Committee and field representative for Congressman Jenkins; Meagan Browning, scholarship recipient, and Elizabeth Tackett, president of the Man Lions Club.

MAN — Man Lions Club has been involved in various community service projects for many years in the Triadelphia area, however, this year, they have added education to their successful portfolio.

The Man Lions Club presented a one-time educational scholarship to Man High School senior Meagen Browning for the 2014-2015 school term. This particular scholarship requires that the student maintains at least a 3.0 GPA throughout his/her junior and senior year; be a Man High School student, produce a written essay on the importance of civic engagement, attend a West Virginia college or technical school; undergo an in-person interview, and have a steady resume of volunteerism. Browning plans to pursue a degree in the dental hygiene field and she volunteers her time with her church making food baskets for the less fortunate.

“We are very excited to award this scholarship to Meagan and we commend her for her work within the community and the decision she has made to further her education. Our club wishes her the best in her future endeavors. Our members work very hard to serve our community and we are thankful to add education to our long list of services,” said Chad Story, Chairman of the Man Lions Club Scholarship committee.

The Man Lions Club meets every first and third Monday at the Buffalo Creek Memorial Library at 6:30 p.m. If you are interested in joining the Man Lions Club, contact a member of the Man Lions Club.

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