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CREEDMOOR — At a Nov. 7 general meeting, the Creedmoor Lions Club welcomed a visit from the Lions District 31-O Governor Paul Silverman.
Silverman has been an active Lions Club member for over 36 years. He started in 1983 with the Danville Virginia Lions Club. Since 1989 Paul has worked hard in the Durham Lions Club. There he served as club president and eight years as treasurer. He was co-chair for a local Lions Habitat for Humanity project in 2005.
He was born in Danville, Virginia and received a B.A. in Economics from the University of Virginia in 1981. His life partner is Barbara Matchar and they live in Chapel Hill. Between Barbara and he, they have five children and two grandchildren.
Creedmoor Club President Mark Grindstaff said he was appreciative of the district governor’s thoughts and support for increasing club membership. The Creedmoor Lions Club is always looking for men and women who care about giving back to their community.
The Creedmoor Lions Club meets on the first and third Thursday of the month at the Thompson Building located at 408 Grey St., Creedmoor.
For more information call Mark Grindstaff at 919-521-0356.