Memories and Milestones |

Memories and Milestones

The Rifle Lions Club welcomes its newest member, Tracy Barner, center. On the left is Karen Andruzak, president of the Rifle Lions Club, and on the right is Gary Broetzman, past district governor from the Glenwood Springs Lions Club.
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Rifle Lions Club welcomes newest member

The Rifle Lions Club recently welcomed our newest member, Tracy Barner.

Tracy has become a very active member and we are happy she joined the club.

The Rifle Lions Club has been serving Rifle and the area since 1935. We meet on the first Wednesday of each month at 7-8 p.m. at the Bookcliff Council of the Arts, located at 1100 E. 16th St.

Come find out about the Lion and join us. Our motto is “we serve.”

Our next big event is the annual Easter Egg Hunt.

Norma Miller

Rifle Lions Club secretary

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