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Aug 9 2017

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Eric Easley

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Downtown Lions Club

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Eric Easley, Downtown Lions Club president, said the donations are just part of what the Lions Club does.”We’re a part of the community,” he said.”Everyone here has a love for the community – we want to do for it.”Easley said all the charitable organizations are thankful for the help every year.”They’re very appreciative every year – all of them are,” he said.Easley said all the money the Lions raise throughout the year is given out to charitable organizations, including the Lions’ own camp in Kerrville.The Lions put on several camps each summer in Kerrville for special-needs children – those who are diabetic or physically handicapped.”We work all year to raise money, and we give it all back out,” Easley said.”We end our year at zero.Then we’ll start over next month.”Easley said the Lions are always glad to help.”We do it not expecting anything back from anybody,” he said.

Odessa Downtown Lions Club Officers

Insurance agent Eric Easley of the Odessa Downtown Lions Club was Jennie’s camp sponsor this year.Easley said that the disease almost seems like a positive for Jennie.”It doesn’t even phase her,” Easley said of the pseudoarthrosis in Jennie’s leg.”She’s got such a great personality.I’m glad she got the opportunity to go on the trip.”The camp started 50 years ago when Texas was hit with a severe case of polio.During the years, the Lions Camp site has been refined with new equipment and a camper-counselor ratio of 2-to-1.

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The Jacks have already set up a press conference at noon Thursday, April 15, at the downtown Odessa Lions Club to “make an announcement about McKee,” Lions Club President Eric Easley said.

“We didn’t want him just to use our name,” said Eric Easley, president of the Downtown Lions Club.


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