Aug. 24, 2001
Volume XXXIV, No. 34



Of Note

Who's New


Lions Clubs International members visit Lions Sight Research Center

Photo of Lions club members

(L-R) Dr. W.A.J. van Heuven, chairman of the department of ophthalmology, leads Connie de la Garza, past international director of the Lions Clubs International, Harlingen; J. Frank Moore III, president of the Lions Clubs International and his wife, Rita; Hugh Scott, chairman of the Lions Sight Research Foundation (LSRF); and Dr. Eugene Eberlin, LSRF director emeritus, on a tour of the Health Science Center's Lions Sight Research Center on Aug. 3. J. Frank Moore III took office on July 1. Lions Clubs exist in more than 180 countries throughout the world including 800 in Texas and 28 in San Antonio. The Lions Clubs International Foundation is one of many financial supporters providing funds to the LSRF for research projects in partnership with the UTHSC department of ophthalmology. The Lions Sight Research Center symbolizes the commitment of the Lions of South Texas to education, research and clinical study of human vision.