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Liberty Lions Club

Liberty Lions donate $500 to Smile on Wheels

(Reprinted from The Vindicator)Lions Club President Craig Wiggins and Dr. Gregory Rashall of Smiles on Wheels.

Liberty Lions Club President Craig Wiggins presents a check to the community coordinator for the Texas Dental Associates Smiles on Wheels Foundation Dr. Gregory Rashall.  The Lions gave a generous donation to support the "Smiles on Wheels" program to be held in Liberty on August 18, 2012.  The Lions Club support and appreciate the outstanding community outreach program at the Liberty City Hall entitled "Smiles on Wheels".

 

Liberty Lions built War Memorial Stadium and Liberty’s War Memorial Monument

(Reprinted from The Vindicator)

Liberty Lions at the stadium Lions built after WWIIWhen thinking about an appropriate monument to commemorate the service and sacrifice of veterans, one that is of such magnitude and such significance, that it is viewed and enjoyed many times throughout the year, and will be of importance forever in Texas, what better project can one conceive of than to build a war memorial stadium for the playing of football.  That is exactly what the members of the Lions Club did in 1945.

Not only did they raise the money, but they actually did most of the construction with some help from a few specialists.  The resulting concrete stadium still stands proudly with dignity and reminds us every Friday night of Veterans and their sacrifices to our country.

Thanks Lions!

The Lions Club not only built a dream stadium, but they have maintained and updated the Liberty War Memorial that lists those who died in the service of their country for WWI, WWII, Korea and Viet Nam. 

It is the Lions who update this monument on behalf of Liberty ISD and the community.

The Lions included a concession booth in their construction plan in which they have sold drinks, programs, hot dogs, chips and other assorted foods since 1945 in order to update and maintain the memorial and to fund their community service projects, especially for the blind.

Next time you are at Liberty's War Memorial Stadium watching a football game, thank the Lions, buy a hot dog and read the names on this granite memorial.

L-R: Lion Paul Newton, Lion Jody Regen, Lion President Brett Steed, Lion R. B. McDonald, Lion Warren Steed, Lion Bob Sutherlin, Carl Pickett, Lion and LISD Superintendent Dr. Cynthia Lusignolo, Veteran Woody Ozan of the VFW Post 5621 Honor Guard, and last, but not least, Lion John J. Hebert, Sr.

 

2010 Liberty Lions of the Year

Pictured are Lions of the year for 2010. They are Lions Arnold Zamazal, Chris Moorman and John Hebert. They received this award for their outstanding commitment to Lionism in the community and our district.
 

Moorman surprised with Melvin Jones Award

Liberty Lion Jesse Lopez caught Lion Chris Moorman off guard Monday night when he awarded Moorman the prestigious Melvin Jones Award. Moorman said he participates in the Lions Club for the fun of it and never expected an award.

In 1917, a Chicago businessman named Melvin Jones pursuaded the club he lunched with to join with other clubs to form a national organization that could benefit the community and network at the same time. The group placed value on service above profit and membership in the Lions Club grew rapidly.

Reprinted from The Liberty Vindicator

 

Liberty Lions, Scouts help post flags for Staff Sgt. Ainsworth

The Liberty Lions with the help of the scouts in Liberty Troop 56 put up 220 flags along SH 321 between Palms Memorial Park and US 90 in honor of Staff Sgt. Jesse Wayne Ainsworth.
 
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