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PUBLISHED: 07:05 29 October 2008 | UPDATED: 22:33 15 June 2010

The cheques are handed over

The cheques are handed over

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WHEN Ed Pescud became president of Honiton and District Lions Club he decided to do more for the villages.

WHEN Ed Pescud became president of Honiton and District Lions Club he decided to do more for the villages.It wasn't long before he chanced upon Becky Davis, secretary of Dunkeswell Pre-School. She was busy painting the fence at the Culme Way pre-school building.Their brief encounter led to not one but two cheque presentations last week.Mr Pescud, along with his wife Barbara, of Lions' Ladies, each presented Becky with cheques for £100.The cash will be used to buy a digital camera, a digital photo frame and a printer.Parents will be able to view images of what their children have done each day - as they wait to collect them."When I became president, I wanted to bring Lions into the villages," said Mr Pescud.


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