University Heights Lions Club - Jonesboro Arkansas 72401

University Heights Lions Club

Chartered 1963

Jonesboro, Arkansas

University Heights Lions Club - Jonesboro Arkansas




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Weekly Bulletin

Bulletin Archives
Tuesday - June 8, 2004


Lion Janine Helman (#16) won the Tail Twisterís pot on the first drawing. Attendance was 28 members with no guests.

This being a business meeting the secretary read the minutes of the June 3rd Board of Directors meeting. It was noted that several members have been dropped from the club roster due to death, non attendance or dues in arrears. Our membership is now 44 members including 5 members at large or associate members. We are in desperate need of a successful membership drive.

Our Treasurer presented the club financial report showing a bank balance of $7,509.51 with $6,349.20 in the Activity Fund and $1,160.31 in the Operating Fund. This being the last month of our fiscal year we need all dues accounts current by June 30th. The dues account on the Operating Budget is more than $3,000 short as of May 31st.

Secretary Ken Stallings will be ordering the perfect attendance pins next week, if you believe you have perfect attendance for the year please advise Lion Ken.

The Awards and Installation of Officers banquet will be Tuesday, June 29th at 6:30 PM at Western Sizzlin, dutch treat. PID Scott Rennels will be our speaker and installing officer.

Flag Chairman Lion Mark Poe advises those members working flag routes to check your routes for changes as posted in the flag barn. Some members will be working flag routes on Friday, June 11th for President Reaganís funeral and Monday, June 14th for Flag Day.

Great news for Dyeannís House, Lions Clubs International Foundation has made a grant of $75,000 to the project, the check was received this week.

We have a blind person in Jonesboro by the name of Chris Hall who needs a job. If you know of a position a blind person could handle please advise Lion Scott Rennels.

Our program this week was given by Mr. Sam Long representing Industrial and Commercial Ministries, Inc. This is a volunteer chaplain service for the workplace. The ICM Chaplain is a trained clergy or layperson who volunteers his/her time to assist the employee and employer in a variety of ways. The Chaplain is available to provide counseling, guidance, assistance and referral service to any employee for personal needs upon request. The home office for ICM is in Harrisonburg, VA. Lion Sam is a member of the Downtown Lions Club and is serving on the board of Dyeannís House.

Next Tuesday our program will be Mr. Tom Nesmith talking about the PGA Tours and golfing events.

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