LIVERMORE FALLS — Jay-Livermore Falls Lions Club past vice district governor Lion Al Godfrey was honored at the Feb. 21 meeting for 50 years of service in the organization.

Maine Rep. Christina Riley, D-Jay, presented Godfrey with an official expression of sentiment on behalf of the 128th Legislature and the people of Maine for his exemplary service.

The club also presented the honored guest with a plaque, thanking him for 50 years of service.

Godfrey was inducted into the Winthrop Lions Club on Jan. 11, 1967, and served there until he transferred to the Jay-Livermore Falls club in September 2013.

Godfrey will be at the Home and Living Show at the Spruce Mountain High School Dome on April 29-30, greeting visitors to the club’s booth.

The Jay-Livermore Falls club meets the first and third Tuesday at the Chuck Wagon Restaurant, Depot Street, with a social time at 6 p.m. and dinner at 6:30.

The club mailing address is P.O. Box 33, Livermore Falls, ME 04254. The club is always looking for new members.

FMI: 207-897-4444.

Rep. Christina Riley, D-Jay, left, presents an official expression of sentiment to past vice district governor Lion Al Godfrey for 50 years of service.

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