The Cannon County Senior Center will host the regular meeting of the Woodbury Lions Club on Monday Sept. 24, 2012, at 6:30. The Center will present a program "Soles for Seniors."
The program will demonstrate one of its many programs that the Center is doing to keep Cannon County Seniors healthy and active. September is National Senior Center Month and the Lions Club is helping them celebrate, because we as Lions know that the Senior Center is the place seniors in Cannon County go for activities, education, information, and assistance.
The Lions Club is a community minded organization and if you would like to have more information about what we do contact one of the many Lions Club members or contact President Nathan Sanders for more information.
The Cannon County Senior Center was established in 1968. Connie Rigsby took on the role as Director in 2001 and gave the Center a revival and a face lift.
Soon after, in 2002, a new wing was built on to the Senior Center to further serve its members and the community. The Woodbury Lions Club is proud to partner with the Cannon County Senior Center.
The Woodbury Lions Club is part of Lions Club International. Lions Club International is the world's largest service organization. The Lions were challenged by Helen Keller to be "Knights of the Blind." The Woodbury Club is in its 78th year of service. The Woodbury Lions Club is responsible for many community service activities, such as the annual Christmas Parade, Christmas Tour of Homes, Red Cross Blood Drive, and many others.
The Fundraisers such as White Cane Roadblock and the annual Horse Show in July are worked to contribute money to Tennessee Lions Charities to help research and prevent blindness.
For more information, please visit www.lionsclubs.org or call President Nathan Sanders @ 615-563-6650.