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LESAGE The local Lions Club is very active in Mason County.
To help continue to keep local Lions Clubs as essential parts of their communities, a training session will be held for all Lions Clubs in the region on Sunday, June 5. The event, which will take place at Cox Landing United Methodist Church in Lesage, will begin at 2:30 p.m.
According to District Governor Kris Pinkerman of Lesage, the session will focus on membership recruitment and on necessary training for club officers. The session is open to members of each club in District 29-0, which encompasses southern and central West Virginia counties, including Mason. The officer training is specifically geared toward current club presidents, secretaries, treasurers and members who wish to become officers in the future.
The officer training portion of the session will be conducted by Roger Hesson of the Barboursville Lions Club. Hesson previously served as the District Lions Club Governor. John Pinkerman also will be on hand during the session to discuss membership recruitment, with specific focus on how to retain current members and attract new members. Pinkerman is the former president of the Lesage Lions Club and a former District Governor.
There is no admission fee to attend the upcoming session.
For more information, contact John Pinkerman at 304-736-8075 or e-mail wvlions@comcast.net.
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