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Public invited to learn more about local Lions Club
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The Forsyth County Lions Club is hosting a community open house in hopes of finding of new members and educate the public about the organization’s tradition of community service.

On Tuesday, Sept. 18, at the Golden Corral at 2025 Market Place Blvd., the Lions Club will showcase its various events and programs. The Club helps those in need with sight, hearing and family services; conducts free vision screenings; passes out ear plugs at the annual Thomas-Mashburn Memorial Steam Engine Parade; and holds an Easter family-friendly fundraiser with proceeds going to the community.

The group also supports a Leo Club (a Lions Club for youth) at Lambert High School.

The local chapter of Lions Clubs International was chartered in 1961 and is open to men and women 18 years of age and older.

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