New Vienna Lions add member


The New Vienna Lions Club recently inducted a new member into its organization during a brief ceremony in the town’s community room. Brad Hughes, right, was welcomed by club members, which included sponsoring member Richard Hiatt, left. Brad Hughes is employed by the Clinton County Soil and Water Conservation District. He works to improve and preserve soil, water and natural resources within Clinton County. He resides just west of New Vienna and is a graduate of East Clinton High School. The New Vienna Lions Club is one of 46,000 local Lions Clubs operating in 210 countries. Each club has the goal of service to their local community and around the world.

The New Vienna Lions Club recently inducted a new member into its organization during a brief ceremony in the town’s community room. Brad Hughes, right, was welcomed by club members, which included sponsoring member Richard Hiatt, left. Brad Hughes is employed by the Clinton County Soil and Water Conservation District. He works to improve and preserve soil, water and natural resources within Clinton County. He resides just west of New Vienna and is a graduate of East Clinton High School. The New Vienna Lions Club is one of 46,000 local Lions Clubs operating in 210 countries. Each club has the goal of service to their local community and around the world.


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The New Vienna Lions Club recently inducted a new member into its organization during a brief ceremony in the town’s community room. Brad Hughes, right, was welcomed by club members, which included sponsoring member Richard Hiatt, left. Brad Hughes is employed by the Clinton County Soil and Water Conservation District. He works to improve and preserve soil, water and natural resources within Clinton County. He resides just west of New Vienna and is a graduate of East Clinton High School. The New Vienna Lions Club is one of 46,000 local Lions Clubs operating in 210 countries. Each club has the goal of service to their local community and around the world.

The New Vienna Lions Club recently inducted a new member into its organization during a brief ceremony in the town’s community room. Brad Hughes, right, was welcomed by club members, which included sponsoring member Richard Hiatt, left. Brad Hughes is employed by the Clinton County Soil and Water Conservation District. He works to improve and preserve soil, water and natural resources within Clinton County. He resides just west of New Vienna and is a graduate of East Clinton High School. The New Vienna Lions Club is one of 46,000 local Lions Clubs operating in 210 countries. Each club has the goal of service to their local community and around the world.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/12/web1_Brad-Hughes-and-Richard-Hiatt-New-Vienna-Lions-Club-Dec.-2017.jpgThe New Vienna Lions Club recently inducted a new member into its organization during a brief ceremony in the town’s community room. Brad Hughes, right, was welcomed by club members, which included sponsoring member Richard Hiatt, left. Brad Hughes is employed by the Clinton County Soil and Water Conservation District. He works to improve and preserve soil, water and natural resources within Clinton County. He resides just west of New Vienna and is a graduate of East Clinton High School. The New Vienna Lions Club is one of 46,000 local Lions Clubs operating in 210 countries. Each club has the goal of service to their local community and around the world. Courtesy photo

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