Lions Club donates to ‘Buddies’


Though the Lions Club’s primary focus remains assisting the visually impaired, over the past three years the club has made Back Pack Buddies one of their primary local projects. Pictured, from left, are: Jean Kunzman, director of the local Back Pack Buddies program, Diane Westerbeek, club secretary/treasurer, and Lions Club members Dan Holland and Steve Cox, who gathered donations for the program.


Though the Lions Club’s primary focus remains assisting the visually impaired, over the past three years the club has made Back Pack Buddies one of their primary local projects. Pictured, from left, are: Jean Kunzman, director of the local Back Pack Buddies program, Diane Westerbeek, club secretary/treasurer, and Lions Club members Dan Holland and Steve Cox, who gathered donations for the program.

Though the Lions Club’s primary focus remains assisting the visually impaired, over the past three years the club has made Back Pack Buddies one of their primary local projects. Pictured, from left, are: Jean Kunzman, director of the local Back Pack Buddies program, Diane Westerbeek, club secretary/treasurer, and Lions Club members Dan Holland and Steve Cox, who gathered donations for the program.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_Lions-Club.jpgThough the Lions Club’s primary focus remains assisting the visually impaired, over the past three years the club has made Back Pack Buddies one of their primary local projects. Pictured, from left, are: Jean Kunzman, director of the local Back Pack Buddies program, Diane Westerbeek, club secretary/treasurer, and Lions Club members Dan Holland and Steve Cox, who gathered donations for the program.
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