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Deschenes elected to lead Nashua Lions Club

NASHUA – Retired educator Louise Deschenes was elected president of the 90-year-old Nashua Lions Club for the next two years.

Deschenes succeeds Elaine Lecius, who has served the last two years. ...

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NASHUA – Retired educator Louise Deschenes was elected president of the 90-year-old Nashua Lions Club for the next two years.

Deschenes succeeds Elaine Lecius, who has served the last two years.

Kamal Masand, Josh Bashalaney and David Fredette will serve as vice presidents. Deschenes’ husband, John, will once again be club secretary and Lyn Gabrielson will serve as treasurer.

Paul Bergeron, Karl Englehart, Mike Francoeuer and Erin Freda will serve as directors. Mary Bathey will be the Lion Tamer, Lou Marino will be Tail Twister and Greg Andruskevich, membership chairman, and will be the club historian.

The new officers will be inducted at the club’s June 16 meeting by past District Gov. Gary Rodgers, of Hudson.

The club had a successful year in welcoming eight new members, the most recent Clay Rush
Jr., of Triangle Credit Union.

The Lions meet on the first and third Mondays of the month at the Crowne Plaza Hotel.