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Abilene Cactus Lions Club

 

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Introduction

Hello. We hope you have wandered around the Abilene Cactus Club Web Site before coming to this page. There's a lot to know about our organization, so if you haven't taken a look, click one of the selections on the site navigation bar and look around a bit.

 
 

 
 
Site Development Credits

We want to acknowledge the efforts of a number of people that helped make this site possible and we want to thank them.


Lion EmblemThe site was developed as a project of the Public Relations Committee of the Abilene Cactus Lions Club. We thank the club members who contributed content and who assisted in proof reading, graphics preparation, and many related tasks. Tell us how you like the site by clicking the Icon and sending a message.
 

  

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Abilene - Our Home Town

OK. Credits and stuff are done. Now a little information about "our home town" of Abilene Texas.


City of Abilene The City of Abilene is strategically located in the Midwest section of the state and is called the "Key City". This strategic location has allowed Abilene to develop as the educational, retail, and medical center for more than a quarter of a million people who live in the region. The town of Abilene, described in the Eastern press as "the Future Great City of West Texas," was established in March 1881 upon the completion of the Texas & Pacific Railway. Click on the Icon and visit Abilene




Abilene Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Under the crystal skies of Central Texas lies the heart of recreation and hospitality. Abilene preserves the traditional heritage of the Old West while providing all the exciting advantages of a thriving contemporary city. Abilene is famous for its friendly, helpful people and that attitude extends to the motels, restaurants, and businesses.



 

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