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St. Luke Health Services Presents, Beeles Inducted At Fulton Lions Meeting

Representatives of St. Luke Health Services made a presentation and Jamie Beeles was inducted as the newest member at the Fulton Lions Club Feb. 28 meeting. The team from St. Luke gave an overview of facilities and services, and shared an update on the soon-to-be-completed St. Francis Commons Assisted Living facility.

Representatives of St. Luke Health Services were the featured speakers at the Feb. 28 meeting of the Fulton Lions Club. They included, from left: Greg Osetek, director of community relations for St. Luke Health Services; Julie Chetney, senior living coordinator for Bishop’s Commons; Terrence Gorman, administrator, St. Luke Health Services; and Mary Costigan, administrator, Michaud Residential Health Services.
Representatives of St. Luke Health Services were the featured speakers at the Feb. 28 meeting of the Fulton Lions Club. They included, from left: Greg Osetek, director of community relations for St. Luke Health Services; Julie Chetney, senior living coordinator for Bishop’s Commons; Terrence Gorman, administrator, St. Luke Health Services; and Mary Costigan, administrator, Michaud Residential Health Services.

Beeles lives in Hannibal and is employed by Devine Designs florist in Fulton. Lion Gail Holmes was her sponsor and Fulton Lions Past President William Conners conducted the induction ceremony.

Jamie Beeles, center, was inducted as a member of the Fulton Lions Club at their Feb. 28 meeting. Beeles lives in Hannibal and is employed by Devine Designs florist in Fulton. She is joined by her sponsor, Gail Holmes, and congratulated by David Dingman, club president.
Jamie Beeles, center, was inducted as a member of the Fulton Lions Club at their Feb. 28 meeting. Beeles lives in Hannibal and is employed by Devine Designs florist in Fulton. She is joined by her sponsor, Gail Holmes, and congratulated by David Dingman, club president.

The Fulton Lions Club, also know for their Lions Loot Sweepstakes and Labor Day Duck Derby, provides financial assistance for those in need of eyeglasses, eye exams and hearing aids to residents in the Greater Fulton area.  The club is holding its annual Pancake Breakfast on Palm Sunday, March 24, at the Fulton Polish Home and a new Comedy Night event, also at the Polish Home, on April 12.

For further information on Fulton Lions: www.FultonLionsClub.org or visit the Fulton Lions Club page on Facebook®.