GRAND ISLAND–The Lions Clubs of Nebraska held their annual Fall Rally November 4 and 5 in Grand Island.
During the Fall Rally, International Director Jennifer Ware and District Governor Wayne Hinerman presented an International President’s Certificate of Appreciation to Don Wolford of Broken Bow. The President’s Certificate is one of the highest awards possible in the Lions Organization and is awarded to members that complete significant service as a Lions member. Wolford was one of four to receive the award in Nebraska this year.
The Lions celebrate their 100th anniversary in 2017. In honor of this Centennial celebration, Lions Clubs were challenged to complete Legacy Projects in their communities. Legacy Projects are visible gifts to your community that commemorate the Lions Centennial and create a lasting legacy of the Lions Club’s service to the community.
The Broken Bow Lions installed two clocks in the City Square and one clock at Melham near the ball fields.
During the Fall Rally District Governor Wayne Hinerman presented the Lions Legacy award to Broken Bow Lions Club’s Past President Tarin Burrows on behalf of the Broken Bow Lions Club.