Lions of Massachussetts Honored for Their Work Developing LOVRNET by the MABVI

Lions of Massachussetts Honored for Their Work Developing LOVRNET by the MABVI

Boston, MA - At their annual Volunteer Appreciation Celebration, held at Community Boating in Brighton on June 14, the Massachusetts Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (MABVI) recognized the Lions of Massachusetts as a Volunteer Community Partner for the Lions’ work in developing the Low Vision Rehabilitation Network (LOVRNET) in Massachusetts.

Doctors that received the MABI award Barbara Salisbury [second from left], Chief Executive Officer of The Massachusetts Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired is joined by Massachusetts Lions [L to R] Dr. Alexis Malkin, Matthew Richardson, David Barbour and Sue Barbour.  The Lions were recognized by MABVI with the Volunteer Community Partnership Award for the development of the Massachusetts Lions Low Vision Rehabilitation Network that serves those with vision impairments in Massachusetts.

MABVI has been offering services and support to the blind and visually impaired residents of Massachusetts since 1903.

MABVI Award Plaque

The Lions of Massachusetts are a part of Lions Clubs International, the largest service organization in the world today. The Massachusetts Lions LOVRNET is an initiative to identify and coordinate resources for those coping with vision loss in Massachusetts. The Lions provide information, referrals and direct service for those in need. For more information on the Lions or the LOVRNET, please contact MALionsLOVRNET@Gmail.com.

Accepting the award on behalf of the Lions of Massachusetts were: Lion Dr. Alexis Malkin, Lion Sue Barbour, and Lions Past District Governors David Barbour and Matthew Richardson.