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‘Hometown Hero’ project donates to Cleary Foundation


August 19. 2013 8:12AM


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The Dallas Lions Club concluded its “Hometown Hero” project with the placing of approximately 100 banners of service men and women who served or are presently serving in the Armed Forces. Placement of the banners on poles throughout the borough was accomplished by the staff of Frontier Communications. This was the third and final year of the project. As was done in previous years, excess funds collected for the project were presented to the Michael Cleary Foundation which provides financial help to members of the Armed Forces and their family members. Shown above presenting the club’s check is project chairman Don Berlew, left, and Jack Cleary, president of the foundation. The check was presented to Cleary at the club’s annual “pizza meeting” at the Grotto at Harvey’s Lake.




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