Lions host international students


From left are Lions Club President Lion John Beireis, Wilmington College students Thomas Sousa (Brazil), Ipsy Castillo (Costa Rica) and Eric lundquist (Sweden) . Clinton-Massie student Pablo Hess Munoz (Spain), Wilmington College Public Relations Director, Randy Sarvis and Past Lions Club President and current member Gene Snyder.

From left are Lions Club President Lion John Beireis, Wilmington College students Thomas Sousa (Brazil), Ipsy Castillo (Costa Rica) and Eric lundquist (Sweden) . Clinton-Massie student Pablo Hess Munoz (Spain), Wilmington College Public Relations Director, Randy Sarvis and Past Lions Club President and current member Gene Snyder.


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WILMINGTON — Three students from Wilmington College and a student from the Clinton-Massie High School were recognized by the Lions Club at the Monday night meeting.

For many years, the Lions have invited local students from other countries who attend Wilmington area schools to be recognized for their being a part of our community.

Lions Clubs International, the world’s largest service organization, will usually have Lions clubs in these same countries that our international students call home. It is this bond that unites us all around the globe and in our own community.

There are presently 16 international students attending Wilmington College, but due to other commitments student attendance this year was lower that expected.

From left are Lions Club President Lion John Beireis, Wilmington College students Thomas Sousa (Brazil), Ipsy Castillo (Costa Rica) and Eric lundquist (Sweden) . Clinton-Massie student Pablo Hess Munoz (Spain), Wilmington College Public Relations Director, Randy Sarvis and Past Lions Club President and current member Gene Snyder.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_100_4809.jpgFrom left are Lions Club President Lion John Beireis, Wilmington College students Thomas Sousa (Brazil), Ipsy Castillo (Costa Rica) and Eric lundquist (Sweden) . Clinton-Massie student Pablo Hess Munoz (Spain), Wilmington College Public Relations Director, Randy Sarvis and Past Lions Club President and current member Gene Snyder. Courtesy photo