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Embracing the Spirit of Service: Mane Lioner Highlights Grand Junction's White Cane Day


Celebrating a Legacy of Compassion and Commitment

As the Orchard Mesa Lions Club of Grand Junction, Colorado, continues its steadfast journey of service and community engagement, our latest quarterly newsletter, the Mane Lioner, offers a glimpse into the heart of our efforts. The most recent edition, now available on our blog, features a special highlight from our District 6W, focusing on the impactful White Cane Day event.

White Cane Day: A Symbol of Independence and Strength

White Cane Day, an event deeply rooted in the Lions Club's commitment to aiding the visually impaired, stands as a testament to our dedication to being "knights for the blind." This day not only raises awareness about the challenges faced by the blind and visually impaired community but also celebrates their resilience and independence.

A Milestone Moment: The City of Grand Junction's Proclamation

Adding to the significance of White Cane Day, the City of Grand Junction issued a proclamation, recognizing the importance of this event and the efforts of the Lions Club in supporting the visually impaired. This proclamation is a proud reminder of the difference we, as a community and organization, can make when we come together for a common cause.

Join Us in Our Mission

We invite you to explore these inspiring stories in the Mane Lioner on our blog. Let them serve as a beacon, calling forth individuals who share our passion for service. Join the Orchard Mesa Lions Club and be part of a legacy that spans over a century - a legacy of being "knights for the blind" and champions of community service.

Together, we can continue to make a meaningful impact in the lives of those around us. Visit our blog to read the Mane Lioner and learn more about our journey and how you can be a part of it.


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