Lions District Governor Gertrude (Trudy) Rudert is shown presenting the Melvin Jones Plaque to Jefferson Lion Harold Fletcher.

Harold Fletcher received one of the Lions highest honors, the Melvin Jones Fellowship, at a recent meeting of the Jefferson Lions Club.

The Melvin Jones Fellowship is the backbone of Lions Club foundation. Melvin Jones was the founder of Lions Club International. The fellowship is presented to those who donate US $1,000 to Lions Club International foundation or to people for whom a donation by others is made.

Fletcher was voted for this high honor by the Jefferson Lions, and they made $1,000 donation to Lions Club International in bjs honor. Fletcher has served in many offices in the Jefferson Club.

He was given a lapel pin, a plaque and a congratulatory letter from Jefferson Lions Club members and presented by the District Governor Gertrude (Trudy) Rudert.


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