Lynchburg Lions host guest speaker


The Lynchburg Lions Club held its regular monthly dinner meeting on April 25 at the Lions Club Building in Lynchburg. Following the meal the club heard a presentation by Lion Beth Cauley from the Fairborn Lions Club. Cauley serves in the district cabinet as the Lions Project for Canine Companions for Independence chairperson. She discussed how companion dogs are trained and placed with persons who are handicapped or in need of a dog that can assist them. These dogs are service dogs and are not the same as Pilot (seeing-eye) Dogs. The Lynchburg Lions support many service projects including both the Companion Dog and Pilot Dog programs. Pictured, from left, are Virginia Rhonemus, club vice president; Cauley; and Joyce Stroop, club treasurer.


The Lynchburg Lions Club held its regular monthly dinner meeting on April 25 at the Lions Club Building in Lynchburg. Following the meal the club heard a presentation by Lion Beth Cauley from the Fairborn Lions Club. Cauley serves in the district cabinet as the Lions Project for Canine Companions for Independence chairperson. She discussed how companion dogs are trained and placed with persons who are handicapped or in need of a dog that can assist them. These dogs are service dogs and are not the same as Pilot (seeing-eye) Dogs. The Lynchburg Lions support many service projects including both the Companion Dog and Pilot Dog programs. Pictured, from left, are Virginia Rhonemus, club vice president; Cauley; and Joyce Stroop, club treasurer.

The Lynchburg Lions Club held its regular monthly dinner meeting on April 25 at the Lions Club Building in Lynchburg. Following the meal the club heard a presentation by Lion Beth Cauley from the Fairborn Lions Club. Cauley serves in the district cabinet as the Lions Project for Canine Companions for Independence chairperson. She discussed how companion dogs are trained and placed with persons who are handicapped or in need of a dog that can assist them. These dogs are service dogs and are not the same as Pilot (seeing-eye) Dogs. The Lynchburg Lions support many service projects including both the Companion Dog and Pilot Dog programs. Pictured, from left, are Virginia Rhonemus, club vice president; Cauley; and Joyce Stroop, club treasurer.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Lions-pic-2.jpgThe Lynchburg Lions Club held its regular monthly dinner meeting on April 25 at the Lions Club Building in Lynchburg. Following the meal the club heard a presentation by Lion Beth Cauley from the Fairborn Lions Club. Cauley serves in the district cabinet as the Lions Project for Canine Companions for Independence chairperson. She discussed how companion dogs are trained and placed with persons who are handicapped or in need of a dog that can assist them. These dogs are service dogs and are not the same as Pilot (seeing-eye) Dogs. The Lynchburg Lions support many service projects including both the Companion Dog and Pilot Dog programs. Pictured, from left, are Virginia Rhonemus, club vice president; Cauley; and Joyce Stroop, club treasurer.
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