Dave Redmon won the Tail Twister’s pot
on the first drawing. Attendance was 17
members plus 2 guests.
Casteel was a guest of Lion Bill Levins.
Monday night, we had 74 items for our
auction. We need twice this amount to
be on the air until at least 2:00 PM.
We’ve got about 2 weeks to sign up more
sponsors and items. Also, remember we
are selling racks of ribs and Boston
Butts for $25.00 each. Orders for the
ribs and butts need to be in by December
9th. The next meeting for
the Auction Committee will be at Cache
Beauty Supply, 6:30 PM, December 7th.
make our Car Show a success we have
received a grant from the City of
Jonesboro in the amount of $9,500.
accordance with November being named
National Lion Diabetes Awareness Month,
our Lioness Dr. Mary Hartwig, nurse
educator for the Northeast Health
Education Center of Arkansas for Medical
Sciences presented a most interesting
program concerning diabetes. Her
subject was titled “The Keys to
Preventing Complications of Diabetes.”
week, November 30, our program will be
Drs. Megan and Jacob Moll, Hilltop
Eyecare Center, and a student SVOSH
Volunteer from the Southern College of
Optometry. “SVOSH in Action Overseas
with your eyeglasses.” Bring your used
eyeglasses next week for donations.
of Directors meeting will be Thursday,
December 9 at 6:30 AM at Ann’s
Christmas Party will be Tuesday,
December 14, at Ann’s Restaurant,
6:30PM. Meal cost will be $9.00 per
person. There will not be a morning
breakfast on that day.
Ron Irwin will be program chairman for
the month of December and Lion Curt
Hodges will be program chairman for the
month of January.
sales are going good. Let’s try to wrap
up the Pecan Sale Project by Christmas.
Continue to remember Lion Bob Draper in
your thoughts and prayers for a speedy
Lions International Peace Poster Contest
for schools in Jonesboro was concluded
Tuesday at Westside Middle School.
Student Ryan Foreman received the first
place award and $50.00 from our club.
Lion Charles Hartwig does a great job in
organizing the Peace Poster contest each