Nutter named Melvin Jones Fellow
Paul Nutter, associate professor of technology and advisor to the ONU Campus Lions Club, has been named a Melvin Jones Fellow by Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF)in recognition of his commitment to serving the world community. Named for the founder of Lions Clubs International, Melvin Jones, the fellowship is the foundation’s highest honor. It is a recognition of commitment to humanitarian service.
The award was presented by the Ohio Lions at the state convention in Columbus based on Nutter’s long-time service to the organization. He served six years as the State Leadership Coordinator, and is currently serving as chairman of the Ohio Lions Quest program for positive youth development.
As a Melvin Jones Fellow, Nutter becomes a part of the growing network of individuals who are committed to improving the quality of life for people locally and in communities around the world.
Lions Clubs International is the world’s largest service club organization with nearly 1.3 million members. As the charitable arm of the association, LCIF makes grants for vital community and global projects that meet a wide range of humanitarian needs. LCIF’s programs unites approximately 46,000 Lions clubs in 205 countries and geographical areas in a worldwide endeavor to significantly reduce preventable blindness.