The business meeting of University
Heights Lions Club met Tuesday morning,
Aug. 20 at Chef's In breakfast buffet
with 17 members present.
Lion Tail Twister Brad Baker called the
meeting to order at 6:47 a.m. after
everyone was sufficiently filled with
eggs, hash browns, biscuits, gravy,
bacon and ham - of their choosing. The
tail twister pot was won by Lion
Larry Hinck, badge number 28. (Wonder
what has happened to badge number 8?)
With a song led by Lion Tommy White,
pledge by Lion Pat Snodgrass and a
prayer by Lion Ken Stallings, the
official meeting was started.
--Flag Day, Monday, Sept. 2 (Labor
--White Cane Days at Wal-Mart on
Highland Drive on Sept 12 and 13 or Sept.
13 and 14. more on that later,
--Lion Charles Hartwig announced
letters have been sent to art teachers of
local schools about the annual Peace
Poster art contest.
--the annual TV auction will [probably]
be on Dec. 7 - Pearl Harbor Day.
--Dr. Shane Hunt, professor of
marketing at ASU is interested in his classes
participating in the TV auction and car
show as part of their class
activities for practical application of
their marketing skills, and seems
interested in helping set up an ASU
campus Lions club.
--Members were reminded to complete and
return survey forms next Tuesday.
--A SPOT training session for our
coming vision screening project is to be
held the "Second Tuesday" of September.
Lion Charles Hartwig presented the
minutes of the Aug. 15 board meeting and
Lion Treasurer Ron Erwin made the
treasurer's report after passing out
copies of the monthly finances of the
Our last scheduled program for August,
lined up by Lion Jim Watkins, is
listed below (invite a guest!).
Aug. 27 - Jason Penry, ASU Vice
Chancellor for University Advancement
New Program Committee member Ken
Stallings has scheduled these programs for
September 3 - Toby Emerson, county
September 10 - Bill Levins. SPOT camera
September 17 - Business meeting
September 24 - Gary Harpole . speaking
about the building moratorium for
multi-family dwellings in Jonesboro.
Adjournment was at 7:28 a.m.
Reluctantly: Curt Hodges