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Lions Earn Waterloo Chamber’s Community Service Award

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The 2019-2020 Waterloo Lions’ officers are, left to right, Marge Francois, Luanne Ragland, Ron Mueller, Deb Greaney, George Obernagel, Cheryl Hohnbaum, Sherry Cates-Straub and Kim Bretwisch.
The 2019-2020 Waterloo Lions’ officers are, left to right, Marge Francois, Luanne Ragland, Ron Mueller, Deb Greaney, George Obernagel, Cheryl Hohnbaum, Sherry Cates-Straub and Kim Bretwisch.

An organization dedicated to the betterment of the town has garnered another well-deserved honor. The Waterloo Lions Club is this year’s recipient of the Waterloo Chamber of Commerce’s annual top honor – the Community Service Award. Founded in 1951, the Waterloo Lions Club currently has 44 active and four lifetime members. The club’s focus is …

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