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Photos: Delmont Lions 3rd annual Car Cruise

Patrick Varine
| Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017, 12:03 a.m.
The Delmont Lions Club held its third annual Car Cruise last month at Shields Farm. Proceeds from the event benefit local Lions charities.
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The Delmont Lions Club held its third annual Car Cruise last month at Shields Farm. Proceeds from the event benefit local Lions charities.
In celebration of 100 years of service for Lions Club International (LCI), the Delmont Lions Club purchased and installed a new park bench in the Rose Wigfield Memorial Parklet in Delmont. Above, zone chairman and club member Chuck Thompkins takes a rest after completing the installation
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In celebration of 100 years of service for Lions Club International (LCI), the Delmont Lions Club purchased and installed a new park bench in the Rose Wigfield Memorial Parklet in Delmont. Above, zone chairman and club member Chuck Thompkins takes a rest after completing the installation
Above, Delmont Lions Club members pose for a photo around the bench they purchased for Rose Wigfield Memorial Parklet. In front, from the left, James Davis, Helen Sparkenbaugh, mayor Alyce Urban and Amy Thompkins; in the second row, Rita Carfang, Alice Heasley and John Heasley; in the back, Bill Koch, Paul Carfang, Brian Erdmann and Chuck Thompkins.
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Above, Delmont Lions Club members pose for a photo around the bench they purchased for Rose Wigfield Memorial Parklet. In front, from the left, James Davis, Helen Sparkenbaugh, mayor Alyce Urban and Amy Thompkins; in the second row, Rita Carfang, Alice Heasley and John Heasley; in the back, Bill Koch, Paul Carfang, Brian Erdmann and Chuck Thompkins.
The Delmont Lions Club held its third annual Car Cruise last month at Shields Farm. Proceeds from the event benefit local Lions charities.
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The Delmont Lions Club held its third annual Car Cruise last month at Shields Farm. Proceeds from the event benefit local Lions charities.
The Delmont Lions Club held its third annual Car Cruise last month at Shields Farm. Proceeds from the event benefit local Lions charities.
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The Delmont Lions Club held its third annual Car Cruise last month at Shields Farm. Proceeds from the event benefit local Lions charities.

The Delmont Lions Club held its third annual Car Cruise on Aug. 13 at Shields Farm in Delmont.

As part of the Lions Club International's 100th anniversary, Delmont club members purchased and installed a new bench at Rose Wigfield Parklet on Greensburg Street as one of its Centennial Projects.

For more, see the club's website .

Patrick Varine is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at 724-850-2862, pvarine@tribweb.com or via Twitter @MurrysvilleStar.

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