East Cocalico Lions visited by district governor

By on January 16, 2013



Photo by Preston WhitcraftManheim Central sophomore Aaron Lefever (top) finishes off Donegal's Mason McCoy with a fall in 3:05 in the 285-pound semi-finals last Saturday at Conestoga Valley.Photo by Preston WhitcraftManheim Central sophomore Aaron Lefever (top) finishes off Donegal's Mason McCoy with a fall in 3:05 in the 285-pound semi-finals last Saturday at Conestoga Valley.

The East Cocalico Lions Club recently held its regular meeting at the Reamstown Fire Hall where they were honored by the official visit of their district 14-D governor Joan Rohrbach.

After everyone enjoyed dinner served by the Ladies Auxiliary, president Bob Weaver introduced region chairperson Sharon Lesher who introduced district governor Rohrbach.

Rohrbach talked about international president, Wayne Madden, and the lion’s theme "In a World of Service." She gave club updates and also congratulated and thanked the Lions for the service they continue to do in their community.

Each year, the district governor creates a list of requested contributions for various organizations. Among them is Leader Dog for The Blind, American Diabetes Association, Beacon Lodge Camp for the Blind and Susquehanna Association for the Blind and Vision Impaired (SABVI).

Contributing to the district governor’s goals is one of many ways that the East Cocalico Lions are "In a World of Service" as they continue to make a difference like no other service organization in the world.

For more information about the East Cocalico Lions or to become a member, please call 336-5311 or visit www.eastcocalicolions.org.

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