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Lions Club Exchange

The Nogales Lions Club (NLC) and the Santa Cruz River Leo Club (SCRLC) recently hosted the Annual C. Kirby Smithe Lions International Youth Exchange on July 24, 2013. The program that is over 30 years old brings youth from all over the world to experience America. Each year the youth spend one month touring the state and visiting each cities ... Read More »

International Trade Summit & Expo

The second semi-annual International Trade Summit & Expo was held April 26, 2013 at the Esplendor Resort in Rio Rico. “We invited people from throughout Arizona and Sonora to attend the event and learn firsthand the benefits of engaging in international trade through Nogales,” stated Nogales Mayor Arturo Garino. The First event was held November 7, 20122 at the Americana ... Read More »

Annual Junior Olympics competition

The Nogales Lions Club hosted its Annual Junior Olympics on April 2013. The Nogales Lions Club and the Nogales Unified School District with participating local elementary schools organized the event. Dina Sanchez, chairperson for the event and member of the club, organized and led the event to success for the past years. The club fundraises through concession sales to further ... Read More »

Fiestas Patrias Event a vibrant celebration!

“Fiestas Patrias,” was celebrated on Saturday, September 15, 2012 at the Fleischer park in Nogales, AZ., with a great attendance from the local community. The celebration commemorates Mexico’s anniversary of its independence from Spanish rule. The celebration began at 6pm. with a variety of musical groups as well as other entertainment such as Rob Lob from Hermosillo, Sonora, MX., NHS ... Read More »

Nogales Lions Club

Nogales Lions Club was chartered on April 23, 1945 and has served Nogales since. The Club is made up of 52 members men and women, and meet Tuesdays at 12:00 noon at the Quality Inn Suites.Lions meet the needs of those in their communities as well as around the world. Working together locally, internationally, the worldwide network of Lions has ... Read More »

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