The Oxford Area High School chapter of the LEO Club, sponsored by the Oxford Lions Club, recently held its 2013-14 induction ceremony. LEO (Leadership, Experience and Opportunity) clubs are community service groups for young people sponsored by local Lions Clubs through Lions Clubs International, the world’s largest community service organization. The first LEO club was started in 1957 by the Lions Club of Glenside, PA, and there are now more than 5,700 clubs in approximately 140 countries. Front from left are inductees Jacob Abrams, Hayley Allport, Nora Cahill, Haley Nicaita Charlton, Elaine Estes, Rosi Gonzalez, Kinsey Hartert, Elizabeth Harvey, Mackenzie Johnson and Madeline Martin; standing from left are LEOs secretary Michaela Walsh, vice-president Chris Chavez, treasurer Hannah McComsey, inductees Gabrielle Murphy, Cenuel Rosado, Alyssa Sniechoski, Holly Spalding, Alexandria Tzanakis, Margaret Walsh, Bradley Way and Jorge Zurita-Coronado; Oxford Lions Club president Jean Bender, LEOs president Mary-Rachel Ledger, Eddie Diaz, liaison to the Oxford Lions Club and faculty advisor Basia Manniso. New inductee Kassidy England is not pictured.