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Melvin Jones (January 13, 1879 – June 1, 1961) was the Secretary-treasurer of Lions Clubs International. He was born in Fort Thomas, Arizona His father was a captain in the United States Army. In 1886 or '87, the family moved east when his father was transferred. Melvin Jones settled in Chicago, where he studied at the ...


Learn more about Melvin Jones, who founded Lions Clubs International in 1917. Read Melvin Jones Biography.


What better way to ring in the Centennial than by celebrating the man who started it all? Nearly 100 years ago, Melvin Jones' vision became a reality when delegates of the first Lions club met to inaugurate what would become an international movement to improve the lives of vulnerable people around the world. Jones' ...


THE STORY OF MELVIN JONES. The Founder of Lions International was born at Fort Thomas, Arizona on January 13, 1879. His father was Captain. Calvin Jones of the United States Army, commanding a troop of scouts under General Nelson Miles - the famed. Indian fighter. His mother was the former Lydia M. Gibler, who  ...


Official Website of Melvin Jones Atlanta-Based Trumpeter.


Melvin McCuin Jones possesses a stylistic philosophy, an almost hypnotic sound , and technical facility which constantly amazes audiences and peers alike. He seems to shine seamlessly in almost any musical setting. Whether he's playing lead trumpet, screaming on top of a professional horn section, performing serious  ...


The Melvin Jones Fellowship (MJF) recognizes donations of US$1,000. It is the backbone of LCIF, providing 75 percent of the foundation's revenue. As recognition of humanitarian work, an MJF is an honor presented to those who donate US$1,000 to LCIF or to people for whom a donation was made by others.

May 4, 2015 ... In this segment of the April LQ, learn about Melvin Jones and his commitment to the success of Lions Clubs International. SUBTITLES AVAILABLE IN LANGUAGES: h...
Jan 11, 2017 ... In rare footage of our founder, Jones is shown at the 1942 convention in Toronto and on a side trip to Hawaii from the 1947 convention in San Francisco.