"Conroe Noon Lions host annual Spring Style Show supporting New Danville"

Rob Hamilton / Conroe Noon Lions Club

Greetings to all Lions and readers. As the saying goes, “April showers bring May flowers.” The Conroe Noon Lions Club certainly has a lot of programs, projects, and events blooming this month. According to Committee Chair, Lion Andrew Perry, CNLC had over 40 Lions along with family members travel to the Texas Lions Camp this past Saturday for a workday to prepare the camp for a big summer serving boys and girls with disabilities. It’s also a great time for our Lions to serve outside our community, get to know one another, create friendships, and make memories. I can’t wait to hear at our next club meeting on Wednesday all the tales of accomplishments and calamity. At last week’s meeting we hosted our annual Special Spring Style Show. Committee Chair Lion, Scharlene Valdez, and her committee created an extravaganza the Paris fashion icons would be envious of. Our featured models were special needs adults from the New Danville community. Brooke, David, Alyssa, Jordan, Judith, Seth and Jessica each sported a themed attire for “A Day at the”… Beach, Fishing, Bowling, you get the idea.
Master of Ceremonies, Lion Morgan Freeman, provided pizzazz and panache as the models sashayed down the runway to the cheers of the Lions Club audience. Lion Scharlene said she and her committee had a ball producing the event, “it was such a pleasure.” New Danville provides an adult special needs day program for 120 people, 34 are residents. New Danville’s motto is Live-Learn-Work-Grow. For more information about New Danville- newdanville.org/vision2025.
Read the full article on the Conroe Courier website!