The Warwick Lions Club will hold a dinner on Thurs., Apr. 5 at 6 p.m. at the Landmark Inn, located at 526 Rte. 94 in Warwick, to thank individuals who have made a difference in the Town of Warwick.
Roger Smith, Past Lions President will receive the prestigious Melvin Jones Fellowship for Dedicated Humanitarian Services. This is one of the highest awards a Lion can receive for community service.
Receiving the Robert J. Uplinger Distinguished Service Award will be:
- The Ahearn Family for forming the Brian Ahearn Children’s Fund, which has raised over $1.1 Million for families in need in the area.
- Shirley Puett, for forming, expanding and monitoring the Back Pack Snack Attack Program, that provides free food for families in need, to ensure the children have food in their household over the weekends when school is not in session.
- George Arnott, “Mr. Warwick,” who is always helping others whether it be by teaching Bicycle Safety and Defensive Driving courses or an invaluable member of the Sesquicentennial committee in the Village of Warwick in 2017.
Everyone is welcome to attend. The cost is $45 per person for a delicious three course meal. To reserve tickets, mail the fee payable to the Warwick Lions Club, P.O. Box 667, Warwick, NY 10990. Seating is extremely limited.
For more information contact Doug Stage by calling 986-1136 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.