Calhoun Middle/High School principal Mike Offutt spoke to the Grantsville Lions Club last week, discussing the upcoming senior awards program and asking the organization to sponsor it. The club donated $750 to the special event, and will also provide labor for the event.

Vice-district governor Paul Amrhein for the Mt. Olivet club at Wheeling presented a program on CORE 4 grants and the Lion's Eye Institute. The purpose of both efforts is to provide eye care and specialized equipment for those with severe vision problems. Local Lion Tom Gainer will handle referrals.

President Ray Lahie discussed preparations for the Wood Festival and benefit bingo for the CM/HS athletic complex.

Jim Garretson volunteered to update local information for the Lion's website.

A request for vision assistance was processed and building issues were discussed.

Members in attendance, Henry Cooper, Bob Bonar, Denzil Dye, Tom Gainer, Jim Garretson, Richard Kirby, Ray Lahie, Jim McCormick, John Oshoway, Denver Taylor, Jason Nettles and Curtis Gregory.

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