Lions celebrate anniversary, Flag Day

Lion Club member Roger Perry gives an American flag to Joshua Butcher, far right, and an unidentified individual during their 75th Anniversary celebration held in downtown Logan recently.

A Lions Club member gives an American flag to a passing motorist.

Members of the Lions Club of Logan were handing out free American Flags in Logan recently in honor of their 75th Anniversary. Flag Day has been a big part of that so the club members decided to celebrate it with their anniversary.

The Lions Club of Logan was founded on June 6, 1940, and in those 75 years they have done a lot of charitable work in our community. In addition to raising funds to get eye exams and glasses for the needy, the Lions Club has also been involved in supporting Little League, The Aracoma Story, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Christmas in the Park, Miss Softball America, and providing flood relief for disaster victims.

The Lions Club of Logan is an organization that knows the meanings of the words “Fellowship,” “Charity” and “Fun.”

“We meet on the first and third Tuesdays at the First Presbyterian Church on Stratton Street at 6 p.m.,” noted longtime Lions stalwart Ken Nunley. “If you’re interested in making friends, having fun and doing community work, please attend one of our meetings.”

For more information contact Nunley at 304-946-2232.

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