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Opinion - January 10, 2014


Lioness Club serves Pleasanton, too

Dear Editor,

I saw your great "Serving Pleasanton" article (Jan 3, cover story) about some local service clubs. I wondered if you could mention the good works of the local Lioness Club?

The Lionesses are affiliated with, but separate from the Lions Club.

The Tri Valley Lioness Club helps many worthy causes in our community. Lioness's main focus are women, children and family issues, in addition to helping the blind.

The Tri Valley Lioness Club welcomes new members at their regular monthly meetings on the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm.

Participating in the many activities of the group is a great way to meet local people. For information please call 925-443-4543.

James Art


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