Bay County recognizes local Lions Club for its 100 years of service
BAY CITY, MI - Later this year, a local organization will be celebrating 125 years of helping the Bay County community.
The Bay County Board of Commissioners took time during its regular meeting on Oct. 12 to recognize the Bay City Lions Club for its upcoming 100th anniversary by passing a resolution that acknowledged the clubs community service. According to the resolution, the Bay City Lions Club's 100th anniversary will be celebrated on Dec. 8, 2021.
Commissioner Vaughn Begick, who presented the celebratory resolution to the board, responded, A 100 years is a long time.
The Bay City club is a member of the Lions Club International, which has 1.4 million members in more than 200 countries around the world. The Lions Club, with the motto "We Serve", provides services to assist needs in areas such as sight conservation, hearing and speech conservations, diabetes awareness, youth outreach, international relations, environmental issues, and more.
In Begicks resolution, the Bay County Board of Commissioners and the County Executive express their sincere gratitude to the bay City Lions Club for their selfless effort in supporting those with vision and hearing impairments in our community and for having them as a presence.
The Lions Club plans to host a celebration at the Double Tree Hotel in Bay City on Dec. 11 and that more information on tickets will be available at supper at an earlier date, according to Begick.
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