Debbie Ankuda awarded Lions humanitarian award

SpringfieldSPRINGFIELD, Vt. – Debbie Ankuda of the Springfield Lions Club was recently awarded the Melvin Jones Fellowship Award for her commitment to community and humanitarian service. The award is named for Melvin Jones, the founder of Lions Clubs International. It represents dedication to humanitarian service to the highest degree. Debbie, Springfield Lions Club and Vermont Lions Charities provide vision screenings, eyeglasses for the needy, and support to community organizations in the Springfield area.

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Lion Debbie Ankuda, with husband Pat, is honored with the Melvin Jones Fellowship Award from Lions Clubs International Foundation. Photo provided.

Lions Clubs International is the world’s largest service organization, and a global leader in humanitarian services, focusing on sight preservation, diabetes prevention, the environment and disaster relief around the world. We invite anyone who would like to share our mission of service to visit Springfield Lions or contact club president Jeff Perkins at 802-779-1823, or membership chair Dick Fellenz at 802-885-8130.

 

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