PLUS: Students from Osceola Elementary graduate the DARE program, and The Casements showcases Hungarian art, in honor of Women's History Month.
BY THE OBSERVER STAFF
Two local Lions take honors
Ormond by the Sea Lions Club members received special awards from Lions Club District Governor Norma Callahan March 20, for their accomplishments and leadership.
Secretary Bobbie Cheh joined the order of the Golden Chain and, along with Greg Evans, former president, was awarded the District 35-0 Victory Circle Governor’s Appreciation Pin Award, for her dedication to “a world of service.”
Casements displays Hungarian art
In honor of Women’s History Month, The Casements, at 26 Riverside Drive, is showcasing a Hungarian women’s art exhibit on its third floor, throughout March.
The collection was provided by Margaret Horvath, an honorary Casements Guild member, who has maintained the pieces for about 30 years.
The exhibit was visited by a Hungarian museum curator from Canada last week, as well as Blaine Waide, a Florida folklorist from the state’s Division of Historical Resources.
Osceola kids graduate anti-drug program
Osceola Elementary School’s fifth-grade class held a Drug Abuse Resistance Education graduation ceremony last week, with 80 students accepting diplomas on the school’s stage, at 100 Osceola Ave.
The program teaches students skills to avoid drugs, gangs and violence. Mayor Ed Kelley, Sgt. Gaston, Sgt. Crimins, Officer Stokes and Officer Cornelius were in attendance, in addition to numerous parents and siblings.