Heights Lions Club heard about Heifer
International, the Arkansas-based nonprofit
humanitarian organization working to end hunger
and poverty and care for the earth by providing
livestock and environmentally-sound agricultural
training to families in more than 40 countries
including the US.
International “Community Engagement Manager”
Cindy Sellers Roach told Lions about the
organization. She has been with Heifer
International since 1997 and lives in Vilonia.
She holds a master of arts in political science
from ASU and has taught at ASU, UCA and UALR.
Jim Watkins called Tuesday’s meeting to order
at 6:32 a.m. After a few antics and a joke or
two, Tail Twister Lion Bill Dickens drew badge
number 9, Donnie Kissinger for the pot.
Kissinger was the song leader, Lion Curt Hodges
the pledge and Lion Jim Mashburn led the
Hartwig announced that Peace Poster award
ceremonies may be held Thursday at various local
schools. Other announcements: White Cane,
Thursday and Friday at Wal-mart on Highland
At the TV
Auction meeting Monday night it was noted that
some 60 items, all small ones, have been
received but many more and larger ones are
needed for the upcoming Dec. 6 event.