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University Heights Lions Club

Jonesboro, Arkansas

 

We meet every Tuesday at 6:30 a.m. at

" Chef's In " 105 Burke Ave. - Jonesboro

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26th Annual Jonesboro Auto Show

 

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University Heights

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World Services for the Blind

 

Arkansas Lions Eye Bank & Laboratory

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Who won the pot Tuesday, July 7? Not badge No. 8, of course. Neither did Tom Woods, Badge 19; ;Robert Bahn, No. 39 nor anyone else. Perennial winner and club president Ron McCormick, No. 48, was the winner.
The drawing occurred after President McCormick called the meeting to order at 6:30 a.m., Lion Bill Dickens served as tail twister, Lion Larry Hinck led the pledge and Lion Pat Snodgrass the prayer.
Everything in order. Well,, not quite.
Guest was Kellie Kissinger, wife of Lion Donnie and mother of Lion Clinton.
The program was a presentation by Drs. Jim Washam and Matt Hill of the Arkansas State University College of Business on the new “Center for Treasury Management” at ASU.
Dr. Washam explained that the Center for Treasury Management is fairly new to the university and is designed to help students majoring in corporate finance.
Washam said ASU is one of approximately 40 universities in the US that offer studies in corporate treasury management and he said ASU students are “on a level playing field in the studies with students of other universities in the US.
Both Washam and Hill are ASU graduates.
The ASU officials and the program were introduced by Lion Charles Hartwig, program chairman for July.
Lion Snodgrass reminded club members they can bid on the Lions pin collection of former Lion Jim Elbert. The Elbert family offered the collection to the club as a fund raiser with the money going to Lions World Services for the Blind and Mid-South Lions.
Flags were successfully flown during Independence Day weekend.
Long-time visitor and friend of the club, Jerry Casteel, sent a couple of bags of items for the 2016 Car Show. Early start that maybe the rest of us ought to follow as well.
Thanks Jerry, hope you read this. He also has helped with technical problems in the past.

Submitted by Lion Curt Hodges

The University Heights Lions Club meets at...

  

Come Join us in our new Den
Now Park on the NEW PAVED PARKING LOT
Tuesday's 6:30am

" Chef's In " 105 Burke Ave., Jonesboro

870-934-8962

 

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Guest; Jason Penry, ASU vice chancellor, with speaker, Barbara Ross-Lee DO (doctor of osteopathy), founding dean of New York Institute of Technology (the new osteopathic medical school to soon open at ASU).


Yes, Dr. Ross-Lee is a former practicing family physician. The new “medical school” at ASU is expected to open in August of next year and is expected to graduate 115 new physicians each year.

The new medical school will be a four-year one and will have residency training.Dr. Ross-Lee said acceptance of the new medical school has been good and the university is currently working toward establishing residency training programs at several hospitals, including St. Bernards, NEA Baptist and Arkansas Methodist.

The new medical school will be housed in the historic landmark building Wilson Hall on the A-state campus. Wilson is currently undergoing renovations to accommodate the new school.
Jonesboro University Heights Lions Club

August 2015 Programs

(6:30 am, Chef's In Buffet Restaurant, 105 Burke Ave., Jonesboro)



Tue., August 4th Deborah Levins, Education Outreach Specialist,
Center on Aging-Northeast

"Longevity: Old is New" (a look at
the history of aging and the world's oldest persons)

Tue., August 11th William "Hutch" Hutchens, of Ricetec

"Progress in Rice Production"

Tue., August 18th Business Meeting



Tue., August 25th Mike Hamilton, Irrigation Specialist

"Improvements in Irrigation and
Irrigation Scheduling"


 

See Bulletins for upcoming speakers.

Have a program?  Contact one of our Officers.

27th Annual Jonesboro Auto Show

Thanks for your help. See you next year.

North East Arkansas District Fairgrounds,
7001 Johnson Avenue 
Jonesboro, AR 72401

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In The
EYES of LIONS

See what has happened in our recent meetings and previous years of being a part of the U.H. Lions Club.

Photo Album

Lions Club Peace Poster Contest (2014-2015)
"Peace, Love and Understanding" Theme

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2013-2014 Grand Prize Winner
 

 

 

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Flag days coming up in 2015:

 

Martin Luther King, Sr. Day
President's Day
Armed Forces Day
Memorial Day
Flag Day
4th of July
Labor Day
 Veterans Day
Pearl Harbor Day
 

 

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World Services for the Blind
Arkansas Lions Eye Bank & Laboratory
Arkansas Lions 7-0

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Jonesboro Regional Chamber of Commerce
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