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Weiser Lions Swear-In New Officers

Thirteen years after Lions Clubs International was created in 1917, the Weiser Lions Club was formed. 91 years later, they are still going strong. Weiser Lions are active in vision testing in the schools (over 500 students are tested each year), purchasing glasses for those with financial needs, helping support the Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation in Boise and the Idaho Blind Camp for Children, and contributing to Leader Dogs for the Blind. In addition to helping with vision, 100% of funds netted from concession sales at Weiser’s middle school, junior varsity and varsity football games are donated to numerous charities including Weiser Memorial Hospital, the community Christmas dinner, school supplies, the WHS Robotics and Science clubs, the Cub and Boy Scouts, the 4th of July fireworks, Love INC, Weiser’s Senior Center and many more.
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Rehoboth, MATaunton Gazette

Meet Dighton-Rehoboth's top 10 students from the class of 2021

Valedictorian Bella DeCilio was a clarinet section leader in the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School Marching Band and a four-year member of the Pro-Musica Select Choir. Bella was also a member of the International Thespian Society and took part in several theater productions at D-R. Additionally, she was a member of the National Honor Society and the Leo Club and a recipient of the Harvard Book Award. Bella was proud to sing in the selective SEMMEA and SEMSBA choirs and enjoyed volunteering as a tutor for chemistry and math. Bella plans to attend Worcester Polytechnic Institute as a member of the Chemistry and Biochemistry Scholars Program. She will be majoring in chemistry and plans to pursue a career in materials science.
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Watertown, CTprimepublishers.com

LEO CLUB MAKES DONATION

The Watertown High School Leo Club recently presented a check for $1,000 to President and Founder Christine Faressa of Sun, Moon, and Stars. Shown (from left), are Leos Anesa Xhema, Lana Kolpa, and Ella Makowski; club advisor and teacher Eric Lozaw; Leo President Emalyn Osbourne; Lion President Kathie Trowbridge; Leo Liaison and Lion Melita Harris; Christine Faressa of Sun, Moon, and Stars; and Leos Megan Morgarski, Samantha Pagano and Bora Muso. The Leo Club made and sold puzzle piece pins at Labonnes Market and Adams. They designated the profits from the sale for Sun, Moon, and Stars’ first scholarship for a WHS senior planning to major in a field of study to help special needs students.
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Oneonta, NYallotsego.com

Rotary announces

The Cooperstown Rotary Foundation announced the winners of two scholarships for 2021 graduates during a ceremony Tuesday, July 6, at The Otesaga Resort Hotel. Cooperstown Central graduate Ellie Hotaling is the recipient of the Catherine Davis Black Scholarship. William Moody, an Oneonta High School and BOCES graduate, is the recipient...
Cooperstown, NYcoopercrier.com

Cooperstown Rotary awards scholarships

The Cooperstown Rotary Foundation has announced the winners of two scholarships for 2021. Cooperstown High School graduate Ellie Hotaling is the recipient of the Catherine Davis Black Scholarship. William Moody, an Oneonta High School and BOCES graduate, is the recipient of the Michael Mayne scholarship, axccording to a media release. Both received the $1,200 scholarships at the Rotary Club’s July 6 lunch meeting at The Otesaga Resort Hotel.
Vinton, VAvintonmessenger.com

Vinton Breakfast Lions award scholarships

The Vinton Breakfast Lions have continued their tradition of awarding scholarships to local students at both William Byrd High School and Staunton River High School. At their June 9th meeting, they presented the Ryan Chambers Memorial Scholarships to two Staunton River High School students—Emily Duncan and Emma Jackson. Duncan will be attending Liberty University; Jackson will attend Black Hawk College.
Bowie, TXbowienewsonline.com

Jim Bowie Days bring the fun

It was a full week of western fun centered around rodeo and family as the 2021 Jim Bowie Days Celebration took place this past week. The rodeo arena was packed Friday and Saturday nights with the 2021 Miss Jim Bowie Days was announced Saturday night. Rexa Hand, Henrietta, was named Miss Jim Bowie Days 2021 and Little Miss is Kynley Baker, Bowie.
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