Westfield Lions Club to host open house Oct. 18

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Bob Benson, Ted Engelbrecht and John Hiatt in the registration tent at the Westfield Rocks the 4th Headliners Car Show. (Submitted photo)

Bob Benson, Ted Engelbrecht and John Hiatt in the registration tent at the Westfield Rocks the 4th Headliners Car Show. (Submitted photo)

The Westfield Lions Club is hosting an open house for men and women interested in joining the organization from 8 to 10 a.m. Oct. 18 at the clubhouse, 120 Jersey St.  Lions members will be serving coffee, hot chocolate and donuts, as well as providing information on how to become a member.

The Westfield Lions Club has been serving the community since 1930, making it the longest running service organization in Hamilton County.  During the past seven years, the Westfield Lions Club has donated more than $175,000 to help with disaster relief efforts around the state, nation and world; paid for more than 250 eye exams and glasses for financially challenged Westfield students; purchased food for Open Doors Thanksgiving food giveaway; provided funding for the Heart & Soul Clinic; awarded numerous scholarships to Westfield High School seniors, as well as provided funds and donations to numerous other charities and organizations.

For more information on the open house or the Westfield Lions Club, contact Jeff Larrison at jeffl@ucindy.com or at 416-8330.


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