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Liberty Lions Club

Liberty High School senior David Brohawn building Eagle Scout Project to honor veterans

Reprinted from The Vindicator

David Brohawn, Eagle Scout Candidate with Dayton's Troop 8, told the Liberty Lions about his Eagle Scout project Monday evening. He is a senior at Liberty High School and participates in band, football and scouts. He is planning a 24'x24' construction cross formation of a walkway to surround the Liberty High School flagpole to honor fallen veterans who attended LHS.

The construction includes a granite bench under a shade tree on one side and a bird bath on the other. There will be a plaque to honor Liberty High School students who served in the military and died in service to their country.

His deadline for the project is Nov. 2. He is trying to complete the project before his eighteenth birthday to meet the Eagle Scout project guidelines of the scouts.

The Liberty Lions Club donated $300 toward his project. If anyone else would like to donate, please contact David Brohawn at 281-875-5909. Checks should be made out to his mother, Joan Brown.


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The Liberty Lions Club displays the American flag and/or the Texas flag at homes and businesses six times a year: Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Flag Day, Independence Day, Patriot Day and Veterans Day. For $35 per year, per flag, you can share in the beauty of patriotism across the community. Call Lion Jody Regen at 936-336-7311 or 936-336-6211 to reserve flag delivery.


Remembering Lion John Vinson

Reprinted from The Vindicator

John Vinson passed away peacefully at Houston Methodist San Jacinto Hospital Thurs., July 9, 2015 surrounded by his family.

John gave a beautiful gift as his final act by donating his body to science as a whole body donor.

This is not surprising since John was a very giving person.

He always wore a smile, always tried to inspire others and gave of himself in many ways including the Liberty Lions Club.

He spoke to recent Liberty Lions Club scholarship recipients June 29 about his own experience receiving a Lions Club $500 scholarship many years ago as he entered Rice University.

He was a hard worker and a true giver.

He will be missed by many.

There will be no visitation or memorial service, but if you would like to post your comments about John Vinson as you remember him, please do online at thevindicator.com or on facebook.

Rest in peace, Lion John.


Dianne Miller, first woman Liberty Lions Club President

Reprinted from The Vindicator

By Robert Schaadt, Feature Writer & Archivist

In the 2013-2014 Lions Club year, Dianne Miller was elected the 2nd Vice President of the Liberty Lions Club. Monday evening, June 29, 2015, she was honored by being named the first woman president of the Liberty Lions Club. She was recognized for her many years of community service.

In addition to serving in the Liberty Lions Club, Lion Dianne Miller was a Court Appointed Special Advocate for children (a CASA volunteer). She is a Master Gardener, a member of the local chapter Daughters of The Republic of Texas (DRT), a genealogy enthusiast, and she allowed her children to keep just about any pet at home that the law allowed.

She was, for many years, an independent sales consultant for Mary Kay Cosmetics, and owned a specialty cake baking business.

While working at Allison Funeral Service, she ran the Alzheimer's Support Group.

If Lion Dianne ever wanted to know more about something, she would spend hours at the Liberty Municipal Library checking out books, or she would locate a class in which she could enroll.

Lion Dianne and her husband, Lion Brooks Miller are lifelong members of First Baptist Church. She served on a committee that organized and provided meals at the church to bereaved families after funerals. Lion Dianne was also in The Lost Arts Knitting Club.

Her daughter, Amy Waller, said, "Mom and Dad had a flag route and would help others who needed help with their routes. My brother, Craig, and I, as well as my three girls, helped put out flags with them. They helped at the football concession stand too."

Lion Dianne had to curtail her activities to health issues and therefore served as Honorary Lion President for one day.

This extraordinary honor was given in recognition of her devoted Lionism and extensive service to the community.

Lion District Governor Chris Moorman and Lion President Jim Kerr provided congratulations and their best wishes to fellow Lion Dianne.

She attended the meeting with her daughter, Amy and fellow Lion and Past President Brooks.

The Millers are the only couple who now have the distinction of both having served as Past Presidents in the Liberty Lions Club. Congratulations Lion Dianne!

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