Tuesday - October
Lion Heath Meeks
(#59) was absent and Lion Secretary Ed Larson (#46)
won the Tail Twisterís pot.
It was good to
see Lion Kevin Reed back in our den. Payton Glisson
was a guest of his father, Lion Gary Glisson. Our
attendance was 25 members plus two guests.
go to Lion Past District Governor Pat Snodgrass upon
earning the Lion of the Quarter Award. Lion Pat is
our Sight and Hearing Chairman and also our Flag
Chairman and does a great job in both of these areas
of service to our club.
Lion Ken Helman
announced that the proposed date for our Christmas
Party will be Monday, December 19, if we select to
have the party at the Imperial Dinner Theater in
Pocahontas. The cost of the dinner and entertainment
will be $31.25 per person, tax and gratuity
included. Dinner will be served at 6:30 and the
Nutcracker play will run from 7:30 to approximately
10:00 PM. So far Lion Ken has reservations for 24.
He needs 16 more. The menu will be prime rib.
Remember the Car
Show Committee meeting next Tuesday, October 18, at
7:00 PM at the Forest Home Church of the Nazarene.
Our speaker this
week was Coach Brian Boyer of the ASU Lady Indians
Basketball team. Coach Boyer is in his 7th
year as head coach of the Lady Indians. After the
two exhibition games, on Nov 3 & 4, against Southern
Arkansas and Central Arkansas, the Lady Indians
start their 2005-06 season at the Convocation Center
on Nov. 19, with Missouri and Nov. 22, with Missouri
State (formerly Southwest Missouri State). Coach
Boyer stated that he expects 13 of the players to
exceed 1000 career points. This will be a milestone
for womenís basketball in 31 years at ASU. On
Saturday, October 29, there will be a Halloween
party with the Lady Indians for all girls in grades
1 - 7th with an all night lock in party
with games and refreshments. The Fastbreak Support
Group is selling DVDís of the Lady Indians vs. the
Lady Razorbacks NIT game last March when our Lady
Indians beat the Lady Razorbacks 98 to 84. The DVDís
sell for $25.00. Contact the ASU Basketball office
or any member of the Fastbreak Club (Lion Leon Lee).
Next week our
speaker will be Karin Gleisner. She is the daughter
of Lion Charles Hartwig. She will tell us all about
her visit to Iraq.
On October 25,
we will have Michael Yates, the new Jonesboro Chief
of Police, as our speaker.
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