JAY — Jay-Livermore Falls Lions Club members Lyn and Bruce Jellison, along with State Rep. and Lion Tina Riley, visited the Spruce Mountain Middle School classroom of Mrs. Sandler on May 26.

The group conducted a presentation about the United States Constitution and what it means today. Sixteen students participated and they were presented books containing the Constitution and related material, along with small American flags.

Eighty other students were not present as Mrs. Sandler hadn’t had the opportunity to do the pre-teaching. She will present those students with the books and flags when the teaching is completed.

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

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The Lions Club gave a presentation at Spruce Mountain Middle School. Participants from left front were Riley Trask, Jaydn Pingree, Jonah Moore and Caden Adams; second row, Joseph Christian, Aubrey Kachnovich, Mia Henry, Avalyn Roy, Miranda Smiley, Kathryn Dorey and Mrs. Sandler; back, Ben Simard, Ares Ayer, Ian York, State Rep. Tina Riley, Leah Burgess, Izzabella Curtis, Mrs. Jellison and Robbie Bamford.

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