Lions Club

Posted 1/13/18

The Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage being built in Chattanooga was the program topic this week for the Lions Club of Cleveland meeting. The stories of more than 3,400 recipients of the …

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Lions Club

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The Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage being built in Chattanooga was the program topic this week for the Lions Club of Cleveland meeting. The stories of more than 3,400 recipients of the Medal of Honor, including Cleveland’s Paul Huff, are to be included at the center. From left are Cleveland Lion President Kim Ledford, Jim Wade with the Signal Mountain Lions Club, Cleveland Lion Lou Horner, and PDG Lion Jerry Pala with the Signal Mountain Lions Club. Pala was the guest speaker.

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