Lady Lions

BY MELISSA SPELTS

The Syracuse Lady Lions are always looking for ways to help within our community. Even with COVID, they managed to meet at the park and give checks to Miss Spirit and Heart of Syracuse. They made bibs, lap quilts, and birthday cards for Raintree Assisted Living residents. They have fun ideas for 2021 and are looking forward to a year of serving and helping where they can.

Since 1963, the Syracuse Lady Lions have been helping out community members by donating their time with projects like making lap quilts and birthday cards for the elderly.
Thank you Lady Lions!

Syracuse Lady Lions was started back in 1963, which makes this club 58 years old. Every two years, leadership within the Lady Lions changes. On March 2021, new officers were set in place. Carole McLaughlin (President), Shirley Davis (Vice President), Val Elison (Secretary), Charlotte Wright (Treasurer), Symony Montgomery (Historian), Kari Olsen (Tail Twister), Charlotte Wright, Sherrie Martin and Colleen Thurgood (Directors).

New members were inducted into the club as well. Kathleen Lameres, Symony Montgomery, and Laurie Nichols.

We are so grateful for all that these ladies do. Watch for their booth at Heritage days, where they raffle a handmade quilt. This is their only fundraiser each year, and they are grateful for your support.

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