Lions Brad Baker
tail twisted, Don Vineyard sang, Bill Dickens
pledged and Tommy White prayed.
Lion Brad Baker
(#50) had Lion Ed Larson draw his number for the
Tail Twisterís pot on the first drawing. Our
attendance was 20+- members and no guests.
It was good to have
Lion Bill Levins back after his kidney stone
White Cane Chairman
Ron Erwin turned $1,244.48 from white cane over to
treasurer Vern. Several lions told amusing stories
about their collection experiences.
The flag routes
were ran successfully on Armed Forces day and all
routes are covered for Memorial Day. Flag routes for
Memorial day are as follows:
South Main &
Union Ken Helman Bill Hester
Matt.,Wash.,Jeff.,Hun Leon Lee Leon
Drive Tony Bari Tony Bari
Johnson James Park James
Johnson Charles Hartwig Charles
Street Don Vineyard Don
Caraway Pat Snodgrass Ed
#1 Vern Vern
#2 Dave Redmond Dave Redmond
Dr. Tommy White Bill Dickens
Rd. Bill Levins Bill
Lane Ron Erwin Ron Erwin
presented a $1,600 check to Pat Snodgrass, incoming
president of Dyeannís House.
This weeks brags
are: Dave Redmond for being featured on Off Beat
with Bob on Sunday, Brads daughter for awards won at
the Nettleton Athletic Awards, and Tony Bariís
brother for being smoke free for two months.
Our program, the
Army Recruiter, was AWOL.
Remember to keep
the date of June 29 open for our annual awards and
installation of officers banquet. This will be at
the Jonesboro Country Club. Cost of the meal will be
$14.25 per person.
Lions Jim Mashburn
is still recovering from surgery.
May 29 Joan Cash,
Arkansas State Representative
June 5 Jason
Wilkie, Jonesboro Parks & Recreation
June 8 Mid-South
Sight & Hearing Service auction
June 29 Awards