Sight conservation is a major project of Lions Clubs International, the world's largest and most active service club organization.
The following Hagerstown Lions were recently presented awards for consecutive years of perfect attendance:
Earl Wolf, 55 years; Jack Byers, 45; Robert Thiess, 33; Bernard Lesky, 32; Charles Groh, 30; Scott Minnich, and Harry Snook, 26; Brad Downey and David Fisher, 25; Tim Foltz, Larry Funk and Gerald House, 19; Mark Green and Richard Hershey, 17; William Nairn, 15; Ted Hull, 14; Richard Stenger and Harry Baker, 13; James Fritsch, 12; Watson Rasey and Paul Sweeney, 10; Gordon Crabb, Andrew Hoffman and Robert Tantillo, nine; Paul Leatherman and David Moats, eight; David Kaplan, Rudolph Krumpe, Robert Rankin and Merle Saville, seven; Gus Rethemeyer and Donald Tumble, six; Brooks McBurney, Tom Perry, Duane May and Chris Stockslager, five; Frank Stanley, three; Bob VanLaningham and Joe Wolf, two; Jay Lauver, Buck Browning and Alan Brodell, one.
Recipients of five-year chevrons for years of membership were: Paul Hoffman, 65; Charles Groh, 35; Karl Licht, 30; Paul Leatherman, 25; Tim Foltz and Mark Green, 20; Charles Henson, Ted Hull and Bill Nairn, 15; and Watson Rasey, 10.
·The club meets every Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. at the Morris Frock American Legion, Northern Avenue, Hagerstown. Guests and prospective members are welcome.