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Lions Clubs (Kalamazoo, Mich.)



The Kalamazoo Lions Club was a unit of The International Association of Lion’s Club that was founded in 1917. The Lions Club is a fraternal organization that aimed to participate in the community, primarily through funding programs that benefitted the community as a whole, like the Lions Trail, or certain groups such as publications in braille for the blind. The Kalamazoo Lions Club is no longer in existence, although Portage and Comstock both have Lions Clubs.

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Kalamazoo Lions Club Tourist Guidebook

 Item — Box: 1 of 1
Identifier: RH-A-1393
Scope and Contents This collection is composed of the Kalamazoo Lions Trail and Tourist Guide published by the Kalamazoo Lions Club and the Kalamazoo Chamber of Commerce in 1928. The guide begins with an introduction to Kalamazoo before outlining different tourist trails. The main trail is The Lions Trail which includes detailed directions for navigating the trail. Pictures of prominent locations, such as Bronson Park and Western State Teachers College, are at the top of the pages. A map of the trail occupies...
Dates: 1928