- August 22, 2006
Jim Hall (#19) was absent and Lion Bill
Dickens (#38) won the Tail Twister’s pot
on the second drawing. This is the
second week in a row that table #1 could
have won the pot if their members had
Jerry Wilcox was a guest of Lion Pat
Snodgrass and Lana Baker was a guest of
her father, Lion Brad Baker. Our
attendance was 25 members plus 3 guests.
Friday and Saturday, August 25 & 26, is
Visiting Lions Day at Lions World
Services for the Blind in Little Rock at
2811 Fair Park Blvd. Lions Pat
Snodgrass, Ken Helman and Ed Larson have
indicated they plan to attend. Any other
member who wants to car pool with these
Lions call Lion Pat. Every Lion should
at sometime visit our LWSB Center in
Little Rock and the same goes for our
Mid South Lions Sight and Hearing
Service in Memphis.
next Flag day is September 4 for Labor
Day. Next Tuesday Flag Chairman Lion
Beau Honeycutt will be asking for
volunteers to work the flag routes. Sign
up for your favorite flag route.
Bill Levins advises that Lamar
Advertising is erecting a new digital
highway sign at 2810 Highland Drive
(near Cache Beauty Supply) and for a
short time will feature our Dyean’s
Show Committee will meet next Tuesday,
August 29 at 7:00 PM at the Forest Home
Church of the Nazarene. All members are
welcome to attend.
Dyean’s House Board of Directors meeting
will be Thursday, August 31 at 6:30 PM
at Dyeans’s House.
speaker this week was Major James
Wainscott, Chaplain for the 875th
Engineering Battalion of the Arkansas
National Guard. He is a 30 year veteran
in the guard and is also serving as
pastor of two Methodist Churches in our
area. Major Wainscott talked about the
family support groups formed to help the
families of the guard members while
being deployed to Iraq.
29 Karla L Preston, Community Ser. Rep.
For Home Instead Senior Care
Brian Boyer, ASU Women’s Head Basketball
12 Beth Smith, Director ASU Alumni
19 Danny Honnol, Craighead County
26 Chief Aaron Keller, Jonesboro Fire
November 28 Visit and tour of the ASU