Nancy Wells was presented with a Melvin Jones Fellowship, the highest honor that can be bestowed by the Lions Club International Foundation, by the members of the Bethel Park Lions Club, recognizing her years of humanitarian service to the club and community. Presented at the club’s Annual Steak Fry, the fellowship is named for Melvin Jones, the founder of Lions Club International. Nancy is a past president of the Bethel Park Lions Club and a former zone chairperson in the Lions District of Allegheny County. Also pictured are her husband Jay, past president Judy Willison and current president Bob Pflueger.
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