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U-M Hospital To Form Eye Bank For Surgery

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24
Month
May
Year
1957
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A List Of Michigan Eye Collection Center Sub-Stations, March 1965

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Ann Arbor News, March 4, 1965
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The Michigan Eye Bank, member of the Eye Bank Association of America, was started eight years ago by the Ann Arbor Lions Club in co-operation with the U-M Medical Center. Many Lions clubs in the state now help finance the project. This sign in the new office lists the substations covering most of the Lower Peninsula. Dr. John W. Henderson of the U-M is medical director of the State Eye Bank, and John P. Paup of Ann Arbor is treasurer.

Ann Arbor Lions Club Organized

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Day
30
Month
April
Year
1929
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Lions Set For White Cane Week

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Day
24
Month
April
Year
1964
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Randall H. Nelson & His Leader Dog Sonny, December 1951

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Ann Arbor News, December 4, 1951
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AIDED BY LIONS CLUB WORK: Randall H. Nelson of 1201 E. University Ave. (above), a doctoral student in political science at the University who was blinded by a German shell burst in World War II, is one of many sightless persons reaping benefits from a statewide program of Lions Clubs. Michigan Lions, including those from the Ann Arbor organization headed by President S. D. Casey, contribute heavily to "Leader Dog" training at Rochester, Mich. Each dog, such as Sonny, the German boxer pictured with Nelson, costs an estimated $1,200 to train for the task of guiding a blind master. The dogs are purchased from the Leader Dog League for a token payment of $250.

Lions Club Members Prepare For the Second Annual Cider Sale, October 1962

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Ann Arbor News, October 18, 1962
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CIDER SALE PREPARATIONS: Transferring gallon bottles of sweet cider to a station wagon in preparation for the second annual Arborland Lions Club cider sale are (left to right) James R. Brown, William J. McDonald, Duncan Y. Payne - committee chairman for the event, and J. W. Wilkins, club president. Three thousand gallons of cider were brought to town in a large truck, partially visible in the background. The sale, to provide funds for support of aid to the blind and visually handicapped, will begin Friday and continue through the following Friday. Various business locations will be manned at the beginning of the period. Much of the effort, however, will involve door-to-door calls.

U.P Has Fun Gusto With Giant Fungus

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Parent Issue
Day
3
Month
May
Year
1992
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Q & A

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Day
14
Month
June
Year
1993
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