The Payson Lions Club recently made Frontier Elementary School a community service project. Members of the club provided beautification work at the school. Members worked to clean and prune the front circular area of the school to make it more inviting. Unfortunately the weather forced an early end to the day, so the work will be completed at a future date. In addition to the Lions Club members, also working on the project were Tawyna Allaire of the School Beautification Committee and Jeff Day, who was fulfilling his service commitment toward his trip to Australia with People to People. Completion of the Lions Club service project is a benefit to the community because it exposes students to the flag and to what a service club does to support and help the community.
The Payson Lions Club meets the second and fourth Tuesday of each month for lunch at Tiny's Family Restaurant. For more information or to get involved with the Payson Lions Club, call Phil Phillips at (928) 474-9201.