Tuesday - November 21, 2006
Lion Albert Frankenberger
(#4) won the Tail Twister’s pot on the first drawing. Our
attendance this week was 24 members plus 4 guests. Ryan
Burgess was a guest of his grandfather, Lion Bill Hester and
Lion Hubert Bittle of the Jonesboro Nettleton Lions Club was
a guest of Lion Jim Mashburn.
Our Jonesboro Lions TV
Auction is only two weeks away and we still need items,
items, items. You can deliver the auction items to Lion
Albert Frankenberger’s office at 1500 E Washington Ave,
Suite D. We need 120+ items to have a good productive
auction. Sponsorships of $100 or $500 are also needed. This
is FREE money. Make time to work at least one shift on
Saturday December 9. We always need some workers on the 3 -
Remember, no breakfast next
Tuesday, as we will be touring the Arkansas Bio-Science
Institute Building on the ASU Campus. Please be prompt to
enter the building no later than 6:30AM.
On December 5, Charlotte
Jones, CPA will talk to us about filing our 2006 Income
Taxes and giving us tax savings tips for our tax returns.
Our Christmas Party is
scheduled for December 12 @ 6:30 PM at the Mongolian Grill.
Cost per person will be $11.50. Each member is asked to
bring can goods for the Food Bank. There will not be a
breakfast meeting on that morning.
Dr. Bruce Tippitt, Pastor
of the First Baptist Church will be our speaker on December
19. We will not have a meeting on December 26.
The pecan sales are going
great. Lions Bill Dickens and Ken Stallings are co-chairing
this project and still have a good selection of all
varieties to sell @ $7.00 per bag or 3 bags for $20.
Lion Ken invites all
members and families to attend the Forest Home Church of the
Nazarene Christmas drama and musical "A Dream and A Prayer"
on December 1, 2 & 3 (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday) @ 7:00PM
Friday & Saturday and 6:00PM on Sunday.
Our program this week was
brought by Suzanne Marlay of the ASU International Programs
Office. Mrs. Marlay advised we have 158 international
students presently at ASU from 49 worldwide countries.
Accompanying her was a student from Sudan named Ajak Ajok
who was one of the "lost boys of Sudan". They told of his
escape from the terrors of his life in Africa and how he is
making a new life in America. Another faculty member of the
Internationals Programs with Mrs. Marlay was Andrew
Bleignier from North Dakota.
There will be Boston Butts
sold December 9 and will be available @ 4:00PM at the Sudden
Link Office on Caraway Rd. These will sell for $25.00 each
and weigh approximately 7 - 8 pounds.
ALBERT FRANKENBERGER, AIA
P O BOX 1991
WASHINGTON AVE, SUITE D
PHONE AND FAX