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WSS Lions receive Leonard Jarrett Awards

The Lions Club of White Sulphur Springs recently presented two Leonard Jarrett Awards to fellow members. Lion Roger Martin and Lion Frank Mosley received this award for distinguished service for sight and hearing, and it is West Virginia’s highest honor.
Lion Roger Martin has served as Lion Tamer and Tail Twister and is the top fundraiser for Lion’s brooms and mops. He has been a member of the club for more than 35 years, participating in many service projects.
Lion Frank Mosley has served as Board Member and works on many community service projects and fundraisers. Some of those include Adopt a Highway and the annual Rifle Raffle.

 

White Sulphur Springs Lions Frank Mosley (center) was presented West Virginia Lions’ highest honor by outgoing President Connie McMichael and Past District Governor George Gillespie.
White Sulphur Springs Lions Frank Mosley (center) was presented West Virginia Lions’ highest honor by outgoing President Connie McMichael and Past District Governor George Gillespie.
White Sulphur Springs Lions Roger Martin (center) was presented West Virginia Lions’ highest honor by outgoing President Connie McMichael and Past District Governor George Gillespie.
White Sulphur Springs Lions Roger Martin (center) was presented West Virginia Lions’ highest honor by outgoing President Connie McMichael and Past District Governor George Gillespie.

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