Summerton Lions Club walks for sight

by | March 25, 2014 11:27 am

Summerton Lions Club members came together March 24 to participate in the statewide Walk for Sight, an opportunity for Lions Clubs throughout the state to further connect with local towns and cities to shine a spotlight on the group’s motto, “We Serve.”


During the Walk for Sight held March 24 in Summerton, Anthony Smith stopped for applications for himself and his wife.

Founded in 1917, the Lions are best known for fighting blindness, according to Lions International. They also perform volunteer work for other community projects, including caring for the environment, feeding the hungry and aiding seniors and the disabled.


Summerton Lions Club members who participated in the Walk for Sight included Jan Lovell, the Rev. Garland Hart, Elaine Wood, Gene Failmezger and Preston Fout.



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