Lions Club of Cleveland
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THE RECENT LIONS OF CLEVELAND program was presented by Mel Tryon, First District vice governor. With Tryon was a John Moon, president of Signal Mountain Lions.  Tryon, who trains Lions to “make ourselves better,” discussed the Club Exellence Process overview.  The CEP is dedicated to club improvement by discovering community needs and how Lions can make a difference as well as improving Lions’ club effectiveness. From left are Moon, Lions of Cleveland President Chip Bryant and Tryon. Photo courtesy of Robert Stem
THE RECENT LIONS OF CLEVELAND program was presented by Mel Tryon, First District vice governor. With Tryon was a John Moon, president of Signal Mountain Lions. Tryon, who trains Lions to “make ourselves better,” discussed the Club Exellence Process overview. The CEP is dedicated to club improvement by discovering community needs and how Lions can make a difference as well as improving Lions’ club effectiveness. From left are Moon, Lions of Cleveland President Chip Bryant and Tryon. Photo courtesy of Robert Stem
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THE RECENT LIONS OF CLEVELAND program was presented by Mel Tryon, First District vice governor. With Tryon was a John Moon, president of Signal Mountain Lions. Tryon, who trains Lions to “make ourselves better,” discussed the Club Exellence Process overview. The CEP is dedicated to club improvement by discovering community needs and how Lions can make a difference as well as improving Lions’ club effectiveness. From left are Moon, Lions of Cleveland President Chip Bryant and Tryon. Photo courtesy of Robert Stem