Inverness Lions Club donates to Special Olympics

Inverness Lions Club vice president Tara Ballantyne, right, presents a $300 donation toward the U.S. Special Olympics to Shandelle Johnson at a recent club meeting. Johnson's son, Tyler, will compete in the Special Olympics "Polar Plunge" challenge in Tampa. 

Inverness Lions Club vice president Tara Ballantyne, right, presents a $300 donation toward the U.S. Special Olympics to Shandelle Johnson at a recent club meeting. Johnson's son, Tyler, will compete in the Special Olympics "Polar Plunge" challenge in Tampa. 

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