Welcome to the Greentown Lions Club
Thank you to each one of you who worked to make our Howard County 4-H Fair such a success....preparing grounds for the fair, parking duty, food building duty, office duty, security duty, entertainment duty, maintenance/cleaning duty, bookkeeping duty, communications via newsletter duty, vendor relations duty, exhibit building duty, pioneer village duty, 4-H relations duty, closing-down duty... WOW, that,s a lot of "duties" you all managed. (There are probably duties that I have neglected to mention due to my lack of knowledge of the whole process). We all know that the Fair actually begins long before the official opening with many hours spent getting everything ready. In fact, the Fair remains a part of our Lions planning throughout the year. Thc Fair Board's most recent meeting was August 19th.
The program committee has already begun the planning for the activities and programs for our upcoming meetings this year, The committee members are Lions Bill Begeman, Mike Imbler, Dave Shearer, and me. We are anxious for the meetings to get underway once more. You are in for many informafive and entertaining evenings. The first meeting ofthe new Lions year will be September 8 at the Block Building at the Fairgrounds.
Dinner at 7:00 prepared by AII ln Good Taste. Our guests this evening will be Lion Tracy Cadell and Mrs. Barb Roesener. They will bring information about Dolly Parton's Imagination Library program which has over 700,000 children enrolled across the U.S. Eastern School Corporotion participates in this program and our Greentown Lions support this program financially each year.
Our September 22 meeting will also be at the Block Building at 7:00 with no dinner that evening. The
program is currently being put together, atrd it is going to be a memorable one. Plan to be there.
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