Cain joins Lions Club

Solana Beach businessman David Cain was recently presented his Charter Pin by Del Sol Lions Club President Dave Roberts. Cain became the 67th and final charter member.

The club was chartered on Feb. 15 by Lions Clubs International. Charter members were eligible to join for 90 days.

The Del Sol Lions Club is now the third largest of the 62 clubs in San Diego County. Five new members have joined the club since May 15. To join the club, contact Mary Jane Boyd at (858) 481-7547.

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