The Sanibel Captiva Lions Club seeks civic-minded men and women to join them in making a difference in the community. During the Nov. 1 dinner meeting, Jack Campbell (pictured above) was inducted into the club by President Tom Nachazel.
“Our club gives members an opportunity to advance worthy causes, serve with friends, and become leaders in the community,” said Nachazel.. “This club means a lot to our Lions, but it means so much more to the people we serve.”
Campbell was sponsored by Nachazel. Campbell is a veteran of the United States Navy and the retired President/CEO of a Third Party Administrative Insurance Company that provided services to corporations and non profits through the umbrella of the Gallagher Bassett Insurance Service. Campbell and his wife Geri are full time Sanibel residents. They are parents of four grown children and nine grandchildren.
“I look forward to being a part of what Lions do in the community and let others know how they can help,” Campbell said.
The Sanibel Captiva Lions continue to collect used eyeglasses as part of “Recycle for Sight” with donation boxes around the islands. To donate used glasses, including reading glasses, place them in the specially marked Lions Recycle for Sight collection boxes located at the following businesses:
Sanibel – Ace Hardware, Bank of the Islands, Bailey’s General Store, Island Pharmacy, Joey’s Custard, Sanibel Captiva Community Bank on Library Way and Periwinkle, Sanibel Community Church, Sanibel Library, Sanibel Eyecare, Santiva General Store, Senior Center – Center for Life.
Captiva – Captiva Library and Bank of the Islands
For more information on Sanibel Captiva Lions Club, visit sanibelcaptivalions.org or find the club on Facebook at SanCapLions. The club meets on first and third Wednesdays at the Sanibel Community House.