Lions Club Being Considered

Meeting Set To Determine Interest

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held by the Teague Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, July 11th at Tow Daddy’s Towing and Recovery on Hwy 84 West (formerly Marc Raymond Wrecker Service). Tow Daddy’s is in business in Mexia and will open their third location in Groesbeck in August. Owner David Welch and daughter Morgan Welch are shown in the center with scissors and ribbon. Pictured (l to r) are mechanic Davy Isham, Tony Vaughn, Debbie Sanoja, receptionist Morgan Pack, David Welch, Morgan Welch, Christi Jo Kimball, Rhonda Jones and Marc Raymond.

Citizens interested in serving their community are invited to attend a Lions Club Extension Meeting on Tuesday, July 23rd to explore the possibility of forming a Lions Club in Teague. The meeting will be held in the Fellowship Hall of the First United Methodist Church beginning at 10 a.m.

Lions District 2-X3 Governor Lawrence Sanchez of Killeen will serve as emcee of the meeting and Lions Global Membership Development Training Coordinator Hall Griffin of Abilene will be the speaker.

The meeting is sponsored by the Mexia Lions Club with Daniel Burkeen, Lions Zone Chairman B1 being in attendance. Refreshments will be served at 12 noon and starting at 1 p.m. the group will begin canvassing the city to see how much interest there is in the community to support a club in Teague.

Past District Governor Gilbert Gatlin of the Fairfield Lions Club will also be in attendance.

For more information call Gatlin at 903-388-7976.

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