The year 2006 is the year

That the Lions Club of Stevenage celebrates 34 years of humanitarian service to the local, national and international communities. Lions Club has a tradition of championing those less fortunate in our society, the sick, the elderly and the disabled. An op

That the Lions Club of Stevenage celebrates 34 years of humanitarian service to the local, national and international communities. Lions Club has a tradition of championing those less fortunate in our society, the sick, the elderly and the disabled. An open evening on Tuesday 7.45 to 10pm at the Shephall Centre, Shephall Green, light refreshments will be available. Membership is by invitation and is open to both men and women. If you would like to know more then please come along on Tuesday to the Shephall Centre, Shephall Green, listen to one or two presentations, meet club members and see if you might be interested or contact Ron Wilkes on 07890 324701 or www.stevenagelions.org


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