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Some things get
better with age, and
the Lions Club is no
exception. Originally
launched in Chicago in 1917,
Lions Club International now has 1.4 million
members in chapters around the world.
Its purpose of helping those who are less
fortunate has never wavered.
Here at home, the
Warrenton Lions Club
celebrated its 80th anniversary
in 2019. As one of its longest-
serving members, Bill Mayo
(who joined the club in January
of 1966), notes that it was
originally launched by the
Haymarket Lions. Today, there
are two other Lions Clubs in the
county, the Warrenton Sunrise
Lions and the Remington
Lions.
Bill explains that one of
the Lions' primary focuses
is working with sight- and
hearing-impaired individuals, a cause that
dates back to the parent organization's
earliest days. Helen Keller spoke at one of
Lions Club International's first conventions,
where she challenged them to be knights of
~ Nancy Griffin-Bonnaire
Warrenton Lions Club
Celebrates 80 Years
the blind. Local Lions members have long
led the charge of conducting elementary
school children vision and hearing tests,
often detecting issues that had previously
gone undetected. Their volunteer work truly
impacts lives!
The club runs various annual fundraisers--
they're currently in the midst of their citrus
fruit sale--which go back into the community
in various ways, including scholarships for
college-bound high school
seniors.
While the Warrenton Lions
Club is about service, they
also have a good time with
each other, and they always
welcome new members. They
meet on the first and third
Thursdays of each month
at the Bistro on the Hill at
Fauquier Hospital. They begin
with dinner at 6:30, followed by
the meeting. Please note that
because of the holidays, they
will only meet once this month, on December
5. For more information, call Warrenton
Lions Club president, Jan Cornelius, at
(727) 236-0772.
Bill Mayo
KQ
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