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Bemidji First City Lions hold Charter Night celebration

The Bemidji First City Lions recently held their 23rd Anniversary of Charter Night celebration at Sparkling Waters. Along with a dinner several awards were given to Lions Club members.

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First City Lions Club members pictured from left, seated: Angel Krigbaum, Flavia Sagedahl (charter member), Ike Floura (charter member) and Mary Lou Milender. First row standing: Sandy Proverud, Susie Balstad, Lenay Tieman Linda Jackson, Mary Sorenson and Paula Vigen. Back row: Kerry Frauenholtz, Melanie Cleveland, Shirley Sherman, Joy Barclay, Michelle Miller and Kara Randall.
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The Bemidji First City Lions recently held their 23rd Anniversary of Charter Night celebration at Sparkling Waters. Along with a dinner several awards were given to Lions Club members.

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Joy Barclay receives the Kidsight award from Jim Molde.
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Angel Krigbaum, left, receives the Melvin Jones Fellowship award from Lenay Tieman.
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Susie Balstad, left, receives the Hearing Foundation award from Sandy Poverud.
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Joy Barclay, left, receives the Helen Keller award from Mary Lou Milender.
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