The Lions held a recent club dinner meeting at Soup for the Soul, a soup kitchen on the court square that provides nightly meals for people who might otherwise go hungry. The nonprofit organization is approaching its first anniversary on June 2. Pictured are Lions president Doug Crafton (left) with SFTS board chair Gina Winchester (center) and board vice-president Terri Benton. Soup for the Soul is open from 4 to 6 p.m. evenings, serving meals for free to those who cannot afford to pay. Other members of the community are invited to dine for a donation to the project. As a part of the visit the Lions Club performed vision screenings on 34 individuals, mostly adults, utilizing the digital camera device used in the Lions KidSight screening program.