Lions’ young leaders work commended

11:53 12 March 2014

Lions’ president George Mabon presents  Lion Janine Barradale, the Seaton and  district club’s  youth officer with the winning cup. Photo by Ian Barradale

Lions’ president George Mabon presents Lion Janine Barradale, the Seaton and district club’s youth officer with the winning cup. Photo by Ian Barradale

© Ian Barradale Cerilian Photography

Seaton club is presented with the annual youth cup at the district convention

Seaton and District Lions Club has been commended for its Young Leaders in Service work.

At the recent district convention in Torquay members were presented with the annual Youth Cup.

They were judged to have made the biggest contribution for their sponsorship of the seven Seaton young Leaders in Service, who recently received their gold awards.

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