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Lions Club Show set for Friday, Jan. 24

Lions Club Show set for Friday, Jan. 24

Lions Club Show -- Civic Center - Friday, Jan. 24.

The 68th Annual Lions Club Show is set for 7 p.m., Friday, Jan. 24 at the Carthage Civic Center on the Loop. Randy Graves in the Student Success Office has a limited number of tickets to give away to faculty and staff.

The Panola College Stage Band and the Panola Pipers will begin performing at 6 p.m. prior to the show. Lions Club International is a service organization with local chapters all across the United States. Panola College employees who are active members of the Lions Club include Freddy Mason, Dean of Liberal and Fine Arts; Don Clinton, Vice President of Student Success and Athletic Director, and Steve Williams, Vice President of Fiscal Services.

The local Lions Club Show is the major fundraising event for the chapter. The Carthage Lions Club group provides college scholarships, as well as funding the cost for disabled children to attend camp.

The variety show format showcases local talent in a fun-filled evening.

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