Lions Club inducts new members
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Zane Taylor (left) Moab Lions Club acting secretary, and the club’s acting chairwoman, Marilyn Stolfa, present membership pins to new members Judy and Patrick Martinez-Ross at the club’s meeting in late February.
Zane Taylor (left) Moab Lions Club acting secretary, and the club’s acting chairwoman, Marilyn Stolfa, present membership pins to new members Judy and Patrick Martinez-Ross at the club’s meeting in late February.
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The Moab Lions Club welcomed new members Judy and Patrick Martinez-Ross at the club’s meeting in late February. Acting chairwoman, Marilyn Stolfa presented the members with their pins while Zane Taylor, acting secretary, read the membership certificate.

Moab Lions are still collecting old eyeglasses for distribution to people in need. The club has purchased eyeglasses for 14 1ocal children, who were recommended by teachers.

Each spring and fall, Moab Lions holds a highway cleanup north of town along U.S. 191 to the Colorado River bridge. The club also still promotes the sale of the Moab Lions calendar each year and sells Lions mints.

The Moab Lions are now planning for the food booth they man at the Rod-Benders April Action Car Show in Swanny City Park on April 24.

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