Tuesday - September 7, 2004
Lions Roger Roush (#23),
Ed Larson (#46), Scott Rennels (#43), Brad Carson (#44) were
all absent and Lion Gary Glisson (#9) was the lucky winner
of the Tail Twisterís pot this week.
Guests this week were
Payton Glisson, a guest of his father Lion Gary Glisson and
Rodney Muse, guest of Lion Dave Redmon and Greg Chance with
KASU. Our attendance was 25 members and 4 guests.
Our program was given by
Joanne Woodward, RN, BSN Joint Coordinator at St. Bernard's
Medical Center. Total Joint Camp is a comprehensive
education and rehabilitation program for patients undergoing
total joint replacement surgery at St. Bernards. This unique
program incorporates a team approach to treatment following
a patient from the time he or she elects to undergo surgery
all the way through rehabilitation.
Thanks to those members
who worked flag routes this past Monday for Labor Day. Our
next flag day will be Monday, October 11 for Columbus Day.
Sign up a new flag contract on your route.
We need workers for
White Cane Days on September 23 & 24. Sign up next week to
work one or more shifts. Our goal is $2,000.
Remember also, the
District 7-0 Convention on September 24 & 25. The
hospitality suite will be at the Holiday Inn Express and the
Saturday business sessions will be at the St. Bernard's
Auditorium. Our club is entitled to 4 votes (l for each 10
November 6 is the date
of our Jonesboro Lions Club live TV Auction. Itís not too
early to start getting items for the auction. Both ASU and
UA will be playing football out of town on that Saturday and
the times will be from 10 AM to 4 PM on both channel 14 and
22. This will cover all of Jonesboro. Letís get to work on
our solicitations and have a good auction.
Sept. 14 Breana Watkins,
Miss Craighead County Rice
Sept. 21 Nicole Covey,
Nettleton Raider Open Door Academy
Sept. 28 Julie Watson,
ASU Equine Center Director
Invite a guest and
prospective member next Tuesday.