** Spray paint art 10 a.m., Tuesday, Aug. 9, at the library -reserve your spot now **
From left: Taylor Steele, son of Lion Tracy Steele, Lions Morris Groman, Lowell Hostetler, Sue Shields, Daryl Shields, Ron Lora, Dan Diller, Jake Szabo, son of Lion Jerry Szabo, Dale Metzger, Mark Alliman, Andy Armstrong, Jan Emmert, Jerry Szabo and Howard Shelly. Absent from the photos are Lions Tom Edwards, Steph Larcom, Gene Long and Fred Rodabaugh.
Sixteen members and two friends of the Bluffton Lions Club collected trash on May 19 along County Road 313 between County Road 15 and State Route 235.
Andy Armstrong, chair of the environmental services committee, said the club does the highway trash collection service project twice year in the fall and spring.
The Bluffton Lions club chartered in 1934 by Lions International is a thriving club with a membership of 85. In 2009 the Bluffton Lions Foundation a 501 (c) (3) Public charity was established as a sister organization to the Club.
The Bluffton lions club is one of 46,000 clubs and 1.35 million members located in 207 countries and geographic areas that make Lions the world's largest service club organization. Whenever a Lions club gets together, problems get smaller. And communities get better. That's because we help where help is needed - in our own communities and around the world - with unmatched integrity and energy.