Tommy Davis receives first Lion award; lions hear from T&C administrator 

Presenting the award to Lion Tommy Davis (left) is Lion President Tracy Campbell.

Minden Lions presented a special award Thursday. Lion Tommy Davis received the first Spirit of Service Award, which honors a Minden Lion who goes above and beyond in exemplifying the Lions Club motto, “We Serve.”

Lion Tommy serves as first vice president and Tail Twister and participates in a variety of Lions Club activities, including the bi-annual Chicken Charbroils, Cubsight vision screenings, Webster Parish Fair parking, ticket collection at MHS football games, city-wide cleanup days and used eyeglass collection. He’s always willing to help wherever there is a need – both within the club and outside in the community. 

Lion Tommy was unanimously selected by a committee of Minden Lions Club members.

New administrator speaks to Lions

Minden Lions heard from the administrator of Town and Country Health & Rehab during Thursday’s club meeting. Brooke Snyder discussed the services Town & Country provides, as well as several topics surrounding long-term care.

A Q&A session was held with many questions being asked about long-term care insurance and protection of assets prior to being admitted into a nursing facility. Brooke encouraged the Lions to seek the advice of a qualified financial advisor or attorney. 


Pictured from left are Brooke Snyder, administrator; Linda Layton, LPN, assistant director nursing; and Chelsea Smith, RN, director of nursing.

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