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Newnan honors local Lions Club with a proclamation for White Cane Day

The City of Newnan honored the visually impaired proclaiming Apr. 3 as White Cane Day.

The Newnan-Coweta Lions Club will be at Wal-Mart for a fundraising event on Saturday, Apr. 3 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. The Newnan-Coweta Lions Club participates in "White Cane Days," an official fund-raiser of The Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation, Inc. Each person who makes a donation will receive a White Cane lapel emblem to symbolize their concern for the sight of those less fortunate. The Newnan-Coweta Lions will be accepting donations as well as used eyeglasses cell phones and hearing aids. You can also make a contribution online at www.lionslighthouse.org

The Newnan-Coweta Lions Club provides volunteers and leadership. The club would like to invite all citizens of Newnan to share in saving sight by giving to White Cane Days.

Lions Clubs International Foundation supports the humanitarian work of Lions Clubs. The Foundation aids Lions in making a greater impact in their local communities, as well as around the world. Through LCIF, Lions ease pain and suffering and bring healing and hope to people worldwide. Thank you for your support.

Donations may also be mailed to: The Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation, Inc. 1775 Clairmont Road, Decatur GA. 30033-4005

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