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Backus Lions induct new members

Six new members inducted

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The Backus Lions Club inducted and welcomed new members in October 2022, with the assistance of Lions 5M9 District Gov. Scott Rolfe. From left are District Gov. Scott Rolfe, sponsors/Lions Bill Taylor and Bobbie Taylor, new Lions members Bruce Cargin, Linda Burton, Travis Lauterbach, Pete Sherrard, Kathy Sherrard, Cathy Lundeen and Craig Lundeen, and sponsor and Backus Lions President Cora Hohnstadt.
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BACKUS — The Backus Lions Club inducted and welcomed new members in October 2022, with the assistance of Lions 5M9 District Gov. Scott Rolfe.

Attending were Rolfe, sponsors/Lions Bill Taylor and Bobbie Taylor, new Lions members Bruce Cargin, Linda Burton, Travis Lauterbach, Pete Sherrard, Kathy Sherrard, Cathy Lundeen and Craig Lundeen, and sponsor and Backus Lions President Cora Hohnstadt.

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