Washington City Lions Club
If they can’t see their ABCs, how can they possibly learn? Undiagnosed vision problems can negatively affect a child’s ability to learn, which is why eye and educational professionals plus local Lions Clubs recommend and support children having a comprehensive eye exam at the beginning of a new school year. Most learning is visual in nature, and students of all ages need to be checked to ensure they are getting the most out of schooling. A ROAR of congratulations to Lion Max Turpin who was recently honored with the D.A. Skeen Service Award by Utah District 28 of Lions Club International. During his 38 years as a Lion, Max has held many local and district positions, always serving his community. New leadership for the Washington City Lions Club was installed at the Club’s annual dinner in August. Serving as President is Ben Mortensen, First Vice President Mike Harless, Second Vice President Marty Baker, with Roger Meacham as Secretary-Treasurer. Thanks and much appreciation to outgoing President Russell Miller, Mike Harless, and Larry Silverman as Vice Presidents, and Brian Toolson Secretary-Treasurer. The Lions Club has decided to do an Adopt-A-Highway project as part of the national Service Day on Sept. 11.