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The Oak Cliff Lions Club recently had trainers from Patriot Paws demonstrate what their dogs do to help veterans with physical or emotional challenges. The program was one of the most popular of the year. The club members meet each Wednesday to hear an informative speaker and learn about ways to help the community.

Oak Cliff Lions Invite the Public to Attend Wednesday Programs, Become Leaders in the Community

The public is invited to hear the professional choir from Temple Emanu-El on Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at the Oak Cliff Lions Club’s regular noon meeting held at Weiss Auditorium on the Methodist Medical Campus in Oak Cliff, 1401 Stemmons Avenue. Complimentary Parking is available in Pavilion III. Lunch for guests is $10.

The choir consists of 17 singers who have highly trained classical voices and who are some of the finest choral musicians from New York City. Because of this professionalism, the Temple Emanu-El congregation can enjoy intricate, sophisticated choral music beyond the scope of most other synagogues.

Each Wednesday the Oak Cliff Lions Club has a program that includes an informative or entertaining speaker or group. 

Recent popular programs included Patriot Paws, a non-profit agency whose members train dogs to serve retired military with physical or emotional challenges, and another explaining the importance of passports and how to get one.

Future programs include the Executive Director of After8toEducate, Hillary Evans, on February 7, 2017, to give an update on the new emergency shelter being created for homeless DISD high school students.

Next week, December 20, 2017, Barbara Barbee of the Dallas Parks Board will be the speaker. There will be no meeting due to the holiday the following Wednesday, December 27, 2017.

Club meetings are from 12:10 – 12:55 PM every Wednesday. The club’s motto is “WE SERVE!”

Founded in 1929, The Oak Cliff Lions are service-minded men and women who are interested in improving their communities. Millennials, families, baby boomers and seasoned citizens are current members of the club which boasts over 150 members. The Oak Cliff Lions help the downtown and south Dallas community and make a positive impact on people's lives. Club members network with business people both in the local community and around the world.

To learn more see the club’s website at www.oakcliflions.com or the club’s Facebook page. To attend a meeting contact Sara Kitto at sara.kitto@oakclifflions.org or Lion President John McCall Jr at john@attorneymccall.com, or First Vice President Tasie Semos at aksemos@sbcglobal.net.