CROWLEY LIONS CLUB

THE POST-SIGNAL / Steve Bandy
Mayor Tim Monceaux made the rounds of civic organization meetings this week, handing out auto litter bags as part of his “Give It Back” campaign to keep Crowley clean. Here he distributes the bags to members of the Crowley Lions Club on Tuesday. He also visited the Rotary Club of Crowley Tuesday.

Mayor pushing anti-litter campaign

Mayor Tim Monceaux has been hitting the streets promoting his new anti-litter program for the city.

THE POST-SIGNAL / Steve Bandy
Trooper First Class Thomas Gossen, public information officer for Louisiana State Police Troop I, spoke this week to the Crowley Lions Club. Gossen touched on a variety of subjects, ranging from seat belt use to impaired driving.

TFC Gossen addresses Lions Club

Cell phones are probably the single most dangerous and overused distraction of drivers in Louisiana, according to Trooper First Class Thomas Gossen, public information officer for Louisiana State P

THE POST-SIGNAL / Steve Bandy
Representatives of the Southern Eye Bank and the Louisiana Organ Procurement Agency were guests of the Crowley Lions Club Tuesday, speaking on the importance of cornea and organ donation. On hand for the meeting were, from left, Nancy Loewer, program chair; Joy Fragola, Southern Eye Bank; Suzanna Morton, LOPA; and Patti Lawrence, Lions Club president.

Lions learn about organ, cornea donation

An estimated 114,000 people across the United States — about 2,000 of them in Louisiana —are currently awaiting life-saving organ donations. About 22 of them die every day.

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