Conyers Lions Club donates bench to First Responders Memorial Garden Club

August 11, 20171min1100
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Pictured standing L-R: Nancy Morton-Linek, Larry Cornwell, David Rainwater, Tom Linek, and Mayor Pro Tem Vince Evans, accepting the bench on behalf of the city of Conyers. Seated L-R: are Lynn Magnuson and Lee Cronan.

The Conyers Lions Club recently donated a bench in the First Responders Memorial Garden at Center Point Park in Olde Town Conyers.

Serving Conyers since 1940, the Conyers Lions Club is the oldest service organization in the community and is affiliated with Lions Club International, the largest service club organization in the world.

Service groups and organizations interested in donating a bench or street furniture in Olde Town Conyers should contact Olde Town Event Coordinator Sandy Fowler at 770-929-4239 for more information about suggested placement and bench specifications.

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