A Wilmington welcome


Wilmington Lions Club members, along with City of Wilmington officials, met recently at the U.S. 68 North entrance to town to celebrate the completion of six “Welcome home” signs around the city. Project Chairman and Lion Joe Curtin said he thanks all the organizations that purchased individual signs and supported the effort. There still are two open spaces available, for not-for-profit organizations. If interested, contact Andrea Tacoronte at 937-382-6509. From left in the photograph are Gary DeFayette, Mike Ropp, Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth, Jerry Runk, Jim Gellette, Tony Davis in the Lion costume, Susan Henry, Nial Henry, Joycelyn Martin, Gene Snyder, Henryetta Curtin, Joe Curtin and Wilmington President of City Council Randy Riley.


Wilmington Lions Club members, along with City of Wilmington officials, met recently at the U.S. 68 North entrance to town to celebrate the completion of six “Welcome home” signs around the city. Project Chairman and Lion Joe Curtin said he thanks all the organizations that purchased individual signs and supported the effort. There still are two open spaces available, for not-for-profit organizations. If interested, contact Andrea Tacoronte at 937-382-6509. From left in the photograph are Gary DeFayette, Mike Ropp, Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth, Jerry Runk, Jim Gellette, Tony Davis in the Lion costume, Susan Henry, Nial Henry, Joycelyn Martin, Gene Snyder, Henryetta Curtin, Joe Curtin and Wilmington President of City Council Randy Riley.

Wilmington Lions Club members, along with City of Wilmington officials, met recently at the U.S. 68 North entrance to town to celebrate the completion of six “Welcome home” signs around the city. Project Chairman and Lion Joe Curtin said he thanks all the organizations that purchased individual signs and supported the effort. There still are two open spaces available, for not-for-profit organizations. If interested, contact Andrea Tacoronte at 937-382-6509. From left in the photograph are Gary DeFayette, Mike Ropp, Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth, Jerry Runk, Jim Gellette, Tony Davis in the Lion costume, Susan Henry, Nial Henry, Joycelyn Martin, Gene Snyder, Henryetta Curtin, Joe Curtin and Wilmington President of City Council Randy Riley.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/07/web1_lions_p_f-1.jpgWilmington Lions Club members, along with City of Wilmington officials, met recently at the U.S. 68 North entrance to town to celebrate the completion of six “Welcome home” signs around the city. Project Chairman and Lion Joe Curtin said he thanks all the organizations that purchased individual signs and supported the effort. There still are two open spaces available, for not-for-profit organizations. If interested, contact Andrea Tacoronte at 937-382-6509. From left in the photograph are Gary DeFayette, Mike Ropp, Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth, Jerry Runk, Jim Gellette, Tony Davis in the Lion costume, Susan Henry, Nial Henry, Joycelyn Martin, Gene Snyder, Henryetta Curtin, Joe Curtin and Wilmington President of City Council Randy Riley.