By Jane Danchisen Pittman
The Marblehead Peninsula Lions Club spent nearly 100 man hours in recent weeks cleaning up peninsula parks during Lions of Ohio’s Week of Service. Lions throughout Ohio were asked to participate by scheduling a service project to show the world that the Lions of Ohio truly do live up to the motto, “We Serve.”
Club President Tod Kelly said the Marblehead Peninsula Lions Club worked to beautify six parks, including: James Park, Lucien Clemons Park, Lake Point Park, Battlefield Park, Meadowbrook Marsh and Danbury Township Park, as well as the Keeper’s House and Wolcott Cemetery.
“I am proud of our club and the members who came together to donate their time. Cleaning up these areas is a great service to our community. As Lions, we follow our motto,” said Kelly.
For more information or to become a member of the Marblehead Peninsula Lions Club, contact Lion Tod Kelly at 248-765-0892 or firstname.lastname@example.org.