Featured News - Current News - Archived News - News Categories

Emerging leaders in Lewiston Community Lions Club


Mon, Jun 25th 2018 12:35 pm
Guest editorial by the Lewiston Community Lions Club
The Lewiston Community Lions Club is proud of all our members. There are a few members that stand out as promising leaders for the future of the club.
Outgoing President Lion Lynn Bahringer was presented with a district award for Lion of the Year for her exceptional accomplishments this year. Lion Lynn organized the "Strides" Diabetes Awareness and 5k Run, which will become a multi-district event in the years to come.
Eileen Cordani, secretary, received an honorary award for Lion of the Year for her outstanding service to the club. Lion Eileen has served as secretary for many years and has been involved with all of the club's activities.
Lion Bonnie Rice was recognized for her outstanding service as treasurer. Lion Bonnie is a dedicated member of the Lewiston Community Lions and her service is greatly appreciated.
Lion Carly Bahringer received an appreciation award for her efforts in organizing a new Leo Club, dedicating her time to volunteer on the "Springtime in Lewiston" craft show, and for her many volunteer hours with the "Strides" Diabetes Awareness 5k Run. She is also the incoming secretary for the Lewiston Lions Club.
Lion Carly recently graduated from Lewiston-Porter High School with Distinguished Honors.
Not pictured is Marlene Merrell, one of the Lewiston Lions board members, who was honored for her leadership and outstanding service to the community. Lion Marlene is a longstanding and dedicated member of the Lewiston Community Lions Club. 
Past President Lion Regina Cecconi received the Melvin Jones Fellowship Award for her exemplary service this year. The Robert J. Uplinger Distinguished Service Award went to incoming President Lion Sheila Zuhlke for her outstanding work for the club this past year.
We wish Lion Sheila and all of the officers and members of the Lewiston Community Lions Club a very successful year.
Pictured, from left, are Bahringer, Cordani, Rice and Bahringer.

comments powered by Disqus

Hometown News