The Richfield Lions Club inducted its officers and honored one of its own during  a meeting June 12. 

The new board includes President Vickie Ross, who takes the reigns from past president Terry Christensen.

Keven Christensen is the club’s first vice president, with Todd Gleave as the second vice president and Terianne Hill as the third vice president.

Natalie Gleave will serve as secretary. Directors for the year include Chip Gleave, Lola Warr, Kathy Christensen and Mike Turner.

OndaVee Dotson is this year’s tail twister, with Jack Oldroyd serving as the lion tamer. Fred Christensen is the year’s treasurer.

District Governor Mitzi Fuller traveled to Richfield to preside over the induction ceremony.

The Lions also honored Todd Gleave as their Lion of the Year. The award, is given each year to a Lion’s Club member who exemplifies the club’s values of community service. 

The Lions Club is a service organization that completes community projects, as well as raises money for international efforts to help people with vision problems. The club also organizes an annual demolition derby in Sevier County each September.

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