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On October 4, Coach Clint Myers (right), Head Coach, Auburn University Softball, spoke to the Auburn Lions Club. He emphasized the family approach to managing the team, being concerned with player social and academic life as well as athletic performance. This year Auburn is going to be dependent on a large number of new players, […]

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On September 20, Dr. Bill King (left), Director of Missions, Tuskegee Lee Baptist Association, spoke to the Auburn Lions Club, telling how his family’s straitened financial circumstances and his own speech problems led to a career in the ministry as well as a second career as a Christian humorist and musician (over 600 performances) under the […]

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On September 14, Joey Motley (right), City Administrator, Opelika, spoke to the Auburn Lions Club about Opelika financial affairs.  Estimated revenues for 2017 are around $130,000,000, of which 44% are from taxes and licenses and 33% from light and power charges. Estimated expenditures are around $126,000,000. Major trends are increases in sales and use tax revenue, […]

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At the most recent meeting of the Auburn Lions Club, Jason Caldwell (right), Assistant Editor, Inside the Auburn Tigers, spoke about several of the Auburn University sports programs. Drawing on his detailed knowledge of recruits, he reviewed the University  football, basketball, and softball programs. He thought the football program should be better on defense, but […]

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On August 9, Shelley Tufts, of Exodus Ranch, spoke to the Auburn Lions Club. Exodus Ranch, located in northeast Opelika, provides a faith-based and loving family home experience for up to fourteen children in serious need. Facilities include a 5000 sq. ft. home on 200 acres of land. Pictured with Ms. Tufts is club member […]

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On August 2, Pastor Waymon Johnson (left) of New Birth Outreach Center spoke to the Auburn Lions Club about his work at the Center. The Center is dedicated to treating addicts, such as drug or alcohol addicts, to enable them to escape addiction. The Center has facilities for approximately 60 addicts and operates a faith-based, […]

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Don Keesler (left), Lions District Governor, and Judy Pritchett, former District Governor, visited the Auburn Lions Club on July 26. The Auburn Lions Club is in District 34-B, extending from east to west across Alabama and extending north and south from Auburn to Birmingham. They spoke of the Lions community service to sight conservation and […]

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On July 19 Annabelle Tsui, Salvation Army Service Center Director for Lee County (pictured here with Member Randy Smith) spoke to the Auburn Lions Club about Salvation Army activities in Lee County. Available in Lee County are the Family Store, emergency food assistance, Meals-on-Wheels, disaster assistance, and Christmas Assistance. The Auburn Lions Club is a […]

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On July 12, Susan (Nun) Nunnelly, Director Emerita, Campus Recreation, Auburn University, pictured with Club President Keith Ryland, spoke to the Auburn Lions Club about management of athletic events on campus.  Starting as womens basketball coach in 1973, Nunnelly has had a long career in event management at Auburn. Because of the size of the crowds, […]

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