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Greentown Lions Club
Greentown, Indiana

 

Mark your calendars for our annual FISH DINNER to raise scholarship funds for Eastern High School graduating seniors. More information- call 765-437-4496


FEBRUARY 23,

 4:30-7:30 pm.

 

Greetings Lions,

Our January 26 meeting was "eggs-actly" what we needed on that cold cold evening. Mr. Ryan Hackleman of Rose Acres Egg Farms introduced us to the business world of egg production and marketing. Rose Acres Egg Farms started in the 1930's by Walter and Lillian Rust in Jackson County.  Today the company employs over 1900 people and continues to remain on the cutting edge of the egg production indusfiy. Our eggspert visitor shared a fascinating prese'nktion about all aspects of this eggnormous indusfiry. Souuds like not only an apple a day but also an egg a day will "keep the doctor away", and thafs no yolk.


We're excited to be planning the Fish and Tenderloin Fry coming up on Feb. 23. This year Keith Zook and Susan Wilson will be preparing the fish and loins. I know that everyone will be working very hard, as usual, to provide a great family evening of good food and service. The profit from all of this work will be put into scholarships for Eastern seniors. Sounds like a win-win situation doesnt it? Lion Wayne Sozansky is chairman of the event for this year so let's help Lion Wayne by being ready to show up for your part in this project.


Welcome to Lion Bill Holt and Lion Bill Lucas who were inducted as new mernbers at the January 26 meeting!  Lion Mike Imbler sponsored Lion Bill Holt and LionJim Reed sponsored Lion Bill Lucas.

Remember March 1 will be the District 25D Convention here at our own Community Building and Exhibit Building. As you know, we will need to be working together on this gathering so watch for "call-out's" for various jobs for the March I meeting. Greentowu Lions Club is allowed fourteen representatives for voting purposes so you may be asked to serve in this way.


February 9 meeting will be at the Eastern High School cafeteria Comider bringing a guest for the dinner and the program presented by the group, His Insfument, from Indiana Wesleyan University.  We will not have a second meeting in February since we are having the Fish and Tenderloin Fry.


Isn't it great to be a Lion?
Lion Paul Hubbard

The February Newsletter is now available with a lot of great information.

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