Meetings

Hello Fellow Lions,


WOW, what a different February!  The ground hog didn’t see his shadow in Pennsylvania, but he must have seen it in Greentown. One day it is -10 and the next day +60. The 25-D Cabinet meeting was cancelled on January 29 due to bad weather. It was rescheduled for February 4, and Lions Tom Moor, Henry Rodriquez, Wayne Sozansky, Matt Jensen, and Mike Imbler traveled to Sheridan, Indiana in the fog and rain. It was a good cabinet meeting and the meal was super.  We even stopped at Dollar General for a valentine card. Matt, do you know who did that?


The Valentine dinner was cancelled on February 11 due to fog and bad weather. We made the decision to cancel our meeting because EHS was cancelled, and we didn’t want any of our members to drive and be out in that weather. The
good thing about this kind of weather is that I haven’t seen a mosquito or fly.

The annual fish & tenderloin fry was held on February 25 at EHS cafeteria. I want to thank chairperson Lion Brent Hickman and all Lions and their families for helping with this event. The proceeds from this event go toward our scholarship fund for one senior girl and one senior boy at EHS. Keith Zook and Brad Wilson did a great job of frying the fish and tenderloins for us again this year.


The 25-D District Convention in Marion, Indiana will be held on March 23, 2019. This is a great time to meet and see other Lions in our District and an International Director. A good lunch is provided, and we hear from the International Director about what Lionism is doing through the World. If you want to go, contact me and we will car pool to Marion. The club will pay for your registration fee to attend.


Our regular meeting is March 11, 2019. The speaker is Warden William Hyatte from the Miami Correctional Facility. This correctional facility is Indiana’s largest.


Have you invited someone to a Lion’s meeting this year? Our next meeting will be a great opportunity to invite a friend or family to hear about Indiana’s Correctional Facility. Most Lions join because someone ASKED them to come, eat
a great meal, and hear a speaker. Usually after they have attended 1-2 of our meetings, they join our club.

It's GREAT to be a LION,
Lion President Mike Imbler

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