KINGSTON - The Kingston Lions Club Expo was recently held at the Kingston Collection. Vendors came from throughout the area to join with local vendors, offering a wide array of products ranging from antiques and collectibles to musical instruments, handicrafts and clothing.
“The Expo wouldn’t have been possible without the continued cooperation we receive from management and staff of the Kingston Collection. It was because of them, and our dedicated shoppers, that the event was once again a success,” said Lions Club President Peter Rossi.
Rossi added that the Expo will return to the Kingston Collection, 101 Kingston Collection Way, in the spring.
Club volunteers, former District Governor Roland Grenier, who handled the announcing duties, and Scouts from Troop 49 in Kingston helped out at the day-long event. The Expo benefits Kingston Lions Club charities, including aid to those who are visually impaired, those with hearing loss and individuals with other challenges.
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