Conners Recognized For ‘Superior’ Work In The Success Of Fulton Lions’ Fundraiser

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The Fulton Lions Club recently gave special recognition to club past president William Conners and his wife, Elaine, for their work in conducting the annual “Lions Loot” sweepstakes.

Brett Tallents, Fulton Lions president, said: “Bill and Elaine have demonstrated superior work during the past six years in organizing and conducting this fundraiser which has been growing more successful each year. They are a dynamic team to whom our club owes tremendous gratitude.”

Tickets for the event, scheduled for Oct. 12 at the Fulton Polish Home are $50 each with a planned top payout prize of $10,000.


Making the presentation to the Conners (second and third from right), were from left: Howard Slade, past president; Tallents, and Leo Chirello, past president. For more information on Lions Loot or to receive an application application, call 592-9386.