Lions thank community

Lions thank community

To the editor:

The Mifflintown Lions Club has completed the Traffic Circle Project in front of the Tuscarora Junior High School. The Lion’s two chicken barbecues and additional financial assistance from individuals and businesses in the community made the Traffic Circle Project possible.

In addition, Hunters Run Nursery, JPH Lawn & Landscapes and Route333 Supplies donated labor, materials and equipment.

The following list represents everyone who helped make this a community movement in the beautification of the Traffic Circle Project. We thank you.

JPH Lawn and Landscapes: John Henry, Hunters Run Nursery: Maggie Shafferman,

Route 333 Supplies: Kevin Long Family, Juniata Lumber and Supply, Mexico Market, First National Bank of Mifflintown, Juniata Valley Bank, Zimmerman Truck Lines, Booker Busing, Rotary Club of Mifflintown, Representative Adam Harris, Fermanagh Township Supervisors, Ron Zimmerman, Alton Lauver, Harold Oberholtzer and Jane Shearer

The Mifflintown Lions support the community through Club projects and services. Included: Central Juniata Pool, Beacon Lodge, Juniata County Workcamp, United Way, Sun Home Services, United Way “Day of Caring Breakfast”, recycling used eyeglasses, Student of the Month Program at Juniata High School, High Way Cleanup, Bowl-A-Thon for diabetes research and other Lions district, state and international projects.

The Mifflintown Lions are part of the world’s largest service club organization with 46,000 clubs and 1.35 million members worldwide working to make their communities a better place to live. If you are interested in learning about Lion Clubs in your community contact Bob Allen at 717-436-2924 or

Again, “Thank You” for supporting the “Traffic Circle Project.”

William Book

Mifflintown Lions Club