Back in 1936, the Morrisburg & District Lions Club was officially chartered in conjunction with their neighbours in Waddington, New York. Soon, following much growth and success over the years, the club was re-chartered in 1949 as a new separate club. This year marks the 70th anniversary of that big leap for the club and everyone was invited to celebrate Sat., Nov. 16 at the Royal Canadian Legion Morrisburg Branch with a night of socializing and dinner of prime rib and seasonal vegetables. Pictured are the Lions members in attendance for the event. Members of the Morrisburg & District Lions Club are (not in order) president Randy Prevost, past president Jim Martin, treasurer Paul Gunther, secretary Cheryl Tynski, meeting secretary Lori Prevost, membership chair Wayne Domanko, vice president Dave O’Shaughnessy, tail twister Jim Martin, lion tamer Keith Robinson, directors Hal Wagner, Madeleine O’Shaughnessy, Linda Robinson and Steve Barkley, district governor Beth Lewis, region chair Raja Wysocki and Zone 41 south chair Jerome Andre. Glover photo