Tuesday - September
Lion PDG Pat
Snodgrass (#31) was the winner of the Tail Twisterís
pot on the first drawing.
Lioness Carol Hinck
was a guest of her husband Lion Larry Hinck. We hope
Lion Larry gets back on two legs without the crutch
soon. Our attendance was 19 members plus 2 guests.
We have a flag day
on Monday, October 8 for Columbus Day. As of
Tuesday, we still have three routes that need to be
covered. Sign up next week for a flag route if you
havenít done so.
Tuesday, October 9,
is the date of our first evening meeting and kick
off for our membership drive. Please invite one or
more prospective members or former members that
would rather attend an evening meeting. We have set
a goal of 40 to attend this meeting. Visitors will
eat free and there will not be any additional charge
on the members dues. Dinner, from the food bar, will
start at 6:00 PM and the program will start at 6:30
Since we had to
postpone the Car Show Committee for two weeks, we
will try to have a Car Show Committee meeting next
Tuesday, October 2.
District 7-0 Convention October 19 and 20 with the
Friday night activities at the Quality Suites Hotel
and the business and luncheon at St. Bernardís
Auditorium on Saturday. We will need members to help
set up and register the Lions attending the
Convention. Advise Lion Pat Snodgrass as to when you
can assist in putting on the convention. We need a
good turnout of our club for this.
Our speaker this
week was Yvonne Clark, Community Educator for St.
Bernards' Medical Center Behavioral Health Unit. She
talked about OASIS which stands for Outstanding
Acute Senior Inpatient Services. This is an acute
inpatient program providing comprehensive
psychiatric services for seniors. She also invited
members to visit the new OASIS Geriatric Psychiatry
Unit grand opening and open house this Friday,
September 28 with breakfast served at 8:00 AM. The
St. Bernards' Behavioral Health Unit is located at
2712 E Johnson.
Our speaker next
Tuesday will be Sherry Carter talking about the
Miracle Rodeo and the work of the Craighead County
Mounted Patrol in helping crippled and handicapped