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Zoglman Receives Lions Fellowship
The Lions Club International Foundation named Tom Zoglman of the Coleman-Pound Lions Club, a Melvin Jones Fellow in recognition of his commitment to serving people throughout the world community. The award is named for the founder of Lions Clubs International, Melvin Jones. The Fellowship award is one of the Lions highest recognitions as it honors commitment to humanitarian service.
Zoglman has been a member of the Coleman-Pound Lions Club since 1971. Currently secretary, he was also a Past President. He has served as Zone Chairman of District 27 - B2 and was Deputy District Governor in the 1980's. He was also Cabinet Secretary and Treasurer in the late 80's.
The award was presented to Zoglman at a surprise dinner on June 22. Present at the dinner were his children and grandchildren, fellow local club members, and various dignitaries from area and state Lions organizations.
The event was organized by Bill Conrad and his wife, Jeannie.
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