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On January 28, 2018 the Brownsburg Lions Club was 88 years old.

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Lion Joe Szentivanyi (l)was elected Lion of the Year by members of the Brownsburg Lions Club.  Presenting the award was President Ray Furner (r). Lion Joe has been a fixture of the club for more than 30 years, and has served as Lion Tamer for most of those years.  If there is a tough job to do, Brownsburg Lions know the best Lion for the job. 

Congratualtions! Lion Joe, it is a well deserved honor.
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Fire Safety Day was held at Walmart on       September 26, and this year the weather cooperated. More than 400 including children toured the event to climb on fire-trucks, visit safety exhibits, and feast on the free hot-dogs and soft-drinks provided by the Brownsburg Fire Department. Of course the Brownsburg Lions had a booth.  Shown from l to r are
Lions Tom Campbell, Cassandra Brackman, John Fletcher and Denise Mozingo.  Not shown are Lions David Moore and Ray Furner. 
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 Lion Denise Mozingo at the starting line.
 
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Lion Denise on the trike and Lion John Fletcher looking on.
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Lion Rick Wright and Lion John Fletcher practicing a trike hand-off.
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Lion John Fletcher on trike and Lion Bob Jessen looking on.
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Lion John Fletcher powering around the track.
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Lion Bob Jessen getting in a practice lap.
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Tailtwister Lion Bob Jessen and Lion Flossy Lincoln observing the tradition of "fine by tailtwister".
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Lion Bob Jessen putting the "bite" on Lion President Ray Furner.
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Presiding clown Lion Ray Furner
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Lion Elaine Harrity and Lion Flossy Lincoln share a moment before dinner.
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Lion Gretchen Xinopoulos was elegant.
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International Director Nick Xinopoulos was regal.
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Lion Mary Jessen (l) had the attention of everyone with her tales from beyond.
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Lion Ray the Clown meets Lion Gretchen the Elegant
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It was a festive Pre-Halloween evening at Bundy Lodge.  Shown from left to right are
Lions Ray Furner, Mary Jessen, Gretchen Xinopoulos, Amy Sabol, Sue Sabol and John Sabol.
Great costumes Lions.
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Lion Sue Sabol was bewitching.
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Every club has one with two left feet.
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Lion John Fletcher is celebrating another successful year of vision screening in Brownsburg.  Approximately 3000 students were screened for vision problems and approximately 15% were referred to medical specialists for further evaluation.

Thanks Lions, for making Brownsburg a healthier place for students to grow up.
   

Anyone can donate eyeglasses—drop them into a collection box, or give them to a Lion--easy.  To find the collection boxes go to www.brownsburglionsclub.org .  You can also learn about the Lions there. 

NOTE:  The Lions  also collect hearing aids and cell phones.  You can put any of these in the eyeglasses collection box.  We will sort them out. 

Help someone to see or hear better.  You’ll be glad you did.