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Lions International Honors Ann Messar
Wausaukee Lions Club member, Ann Messar was honored at a meeting on Thursday, Feb. 13 when she received an award on behalf of the Lions Club International for sponsoring at least 25 new members. She was given the 25-Member Key and 25-Member Medallion (Senior Master) award. This is the first time anyone in the Wausaukee Club ever received the award. The club meets monthly at Newinghams Supper Club.
Messar joined the Wausaukee Lions Club in the late 1980s and was sponsored by her husband, Rudy. She was the first woman to join a Lions Club north of Green Bay. She held many offices including secretary for 10 years, president for 2 years, regent chair for 2 years, membership chairman for over 9 years, also and served on the Sturm Foundation for 9 years.
In the past she received the Melvin Jones Award also from Lions International and Birch-Sturm Fellowship Humanitarian award for all her service to the Lions. Club.
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