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Celebrating the good deeds of the Rugby Lions

Let's Cook with Charles Repnow

October 23, 2013
Minot Daily News

On Monday evening, the Rugby Lions Club celebrated its 85th anniversary Charter Night. Dr. Fred Shively served as the first president of the club when it was chartered on Sept. 11, 1928. All of the original members were men; most of them were professionals in the community. I have been privileged to be a part of this fine club for the past 25 years. When you become a member of the Lions Club, you have a sponsor. Mine was the late Curtis E. Strand who, along with his wife Maxine, established Strand Studio in Rugby. Prior to joining, I attended many meetings with Curt and found them to be most enjoyable and also informative. The Rugby club continues to meet every Monday at noon and members share a meal, fellowship, sometimes singing, and three weeks out of the month, a guest speaker.



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