Everyone enjoyed the Christmas party.
The food was great as usual at Ann’s.
Lion Ken Stallings entertained us with
his monologue story dressed in costume
of the “Manger Maker”. Attendance was
14 members plus 13 guests. Lion Bill
Levins won the pot.
Pat Snodgrass and Bill Levins were
recognized as signing up just about
every restaurant for free meals for our
auction. The auction was most
successful with an income of
approximately $9,500 to $10,000.
Bill Dickens and Tony Bari were
recognized for the pecan sales super
salesmen. To date we have collected a
little more than $10,000 in pecan sales.
intrepid Song Leader, Lion Don Vineyard,
was awarded the honor of being
designated by Lions International as a
Life Member of Lions International. We
congratulate Lion Don for his many years
of service since May 26, 1970.
Helping Hands Food Pantry thanks
everyone for contributing 54 lbs. of
food and $42.00 in cash.
our winner of the Peace Poster Contest.
District Governor, Judy Moose, has
advised that Juan Islas, a 6th
grade student at Jonesboro’s
International Studies Magnet School, has
been selected as the District 7-0
regional first place winner and has now
also won the First Place winner in the
State Peace Poster Contest. His entry
will now be entered in the Lions
International contest for final judging.
Tuesday morning is our regular monthly
Business meeting. This will also be the
last club meeting for 2010. We will not
meet December 28.
Curt Hodges will be our Program Chairman
for the month of January.
all Lion members and families a Merry
Christmas and Happy New Year.
for 2011 – M&M’s Every member get a