Vice President Lion Larry Hinck
presided over our meeting this
week. Lion President Randy Dent
(#23) and Jim Hall (#19) were absent
and Lion Don Vineyard (#18) won the
Tail Twister’s pot on the third
News – Lion Robert Bahn is
transferring to our club from the
Mountain Home Lions Club. Robert
was a member of our club from 1978
thru 1996 and was our Tail Twister
in 1993-94. Welcome home Lion
Robert. Our attendance was 16
condolences go out to Lion Eric
Grant and his family for the death
of his mother. Memorials will be
sent to Mid South Lions Sight and
Hearing and Lions World Services for
Brad Baker reported the
USA/Canada/Lions Leadership Forum
was a great success with 2,777 Lions
registered in attendance for the
three day event.
program this week was Becky McDaniel
Ewart talking about the St.
Bernard’s Senior Life Center. The
Senior Life Center is open Monday
thru Friday with many programs for
senior citizens to take part in.
The Senior Life Center provides
lunch every day at a cost of $2.00
for persons 60 or over and $3.00 for
all others. They also provide meals
for the shut-ins.
Speaking of food, this is the
weekend for the annual Blessed
Sacrament Fall Festival with good
barbeque dinners to carry out.
Tony Bari has the following programs
scheduled for the month of October:
October 8 – Sherri
Carter, Miracle Rodeo-special needs
October 13 – Jim Bryant,
New Software for judges used in the
court system for Craighead County in
order to save money.
October 20 – Business
October 27 – Beth
Foreman- Home Health Professionals-
have many services in order to take
care of people in their own homes,
as well as Hospice services – will
tell what they do and how a family
member or friend can go about
obtaining these services.
we find a better location, we will
continue to meet at the Front Page
Board of Directors
meeting will be October 15.
Location to be announced.