Lions members westward-bound


The Monday night Lions meeting was the last club meeting for two members, Drs. Mark and Kathy Fenton. They are heading west on a new life venture. They recently retired after serving our community for over a quarter-century in their practice. They have taken part-time employment positions with one of Yellowstone National Park’s general stores. They will be working and living in the Tower-Roosevelt area of the park. The club is disappointed to see them leave but everyone wished them a safe trip and a happy new experience.

The Monday night Lions meeting was the last club meeting for two members, Drs. Mark and Kathy Fenton. They are heading west on a new life venture. They recently retired after serving our community for over a quarter-century in their practice. They have taken part-time employment positions with one of Yellowstone National Park’s general stores. They will be working and living in the Tower-Roosevelt area of the park. The club is disappointed to see them leave but everyone wished them a safe trip and a happy new experience.


Courtesy photo

The Monday night Lions meeting was the last club meeting for two members, Drs. Mark and Kathy Fenton. They are heading west on a new life venture. They recently retired after serving our community for over a quarter-century in their practice. They have taken part-time employment positions with one of Yellowstone National Park’s general stores. They will be working and living in the Tower-Roosevelt area of the park. The club is disappointed to see them leave but everyone wished them a safe trip and a happy new experience.

The Monday night Lions meeting was the last club meeting for two members, Drs. Mark and Kathy Fenton. They are heading west on a new life venture. They recently retired after serving our community for over a quarter-century in their practice. They have taken part-time employment positions with one of Yellowstone National Park’s general stores. They will be working and living in the Tower-Roosevelt area of the park. The club is disappointed to see them leave but everyone wished them a safe trip and a happy new experience.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/03/web1_lions.jpegThe Monday night Lions meeting was the last club meeting for two members, Drs. Mark and Kathy Fenton. They are heading west on a new life venture. They recently retired after serving our community for over a quarter-century in their practice. They have taken part-time employment positions with one of Yellowstone National Park’s general stores. They will be working and living in the Tower-Roosevelt area of the park. The club is disappointed to see them leave but everyone wished them a safe trip and a happy new experience. Courtesy photo