Regular Meetings: 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 6:00 PM (First Christian Church, 1130 N. Main St. unless otherwise announced). When in doubt, check our calendar of events on this website. NOTE: Serving line opens at 5:45 PM. EVERYONE is welcome to come visit and join our active club.

Our next meeting on May 26th will be at Main Street UMC when we will recognize our $1000 scholarship winners from East Foryth and Glenn high schools. We expect to have about 10 guests so be on your best behavior. This will also be flowerdy Hawaiian shirt night so come dressed appropriately or be fined. Come dressed 'loud and proud!

Lion Art reports that all Lion of the Year (LOY) nominations are now closed and the committee are reviewing and will have a decision soon.

Mark your calendar for May 27th, we will be assisting the Twin City Lions with a vision screening at Homestead Hills Assisted Living Center. The screening will be at their annual Health Fair from 1-3 PM.

Congratulation to Lion Larry Martin for another successful Spring Folly. Final accounting is to be presented but it looks like another great one.

The board approved spending $180 for 200 copies of 'Celebrate Liberty' booklet for EFHS History Dept at the requestof the LEO Club. An additional 110 copes were donated by NC Lions 'Celebrate Liberty' committee.

Our annual 'Dash' game visit will be on Tuesday, July 28th. There will NOT be a meeting that night as all Lions should be at the game. The club will cover the cost for each Lion. We will meet at the Library at 6:15 PM to carpool. Let Lion Marvin know by June 10th if you plan on attending this game. If you want to bring a guest, it will cost you $11/guest, so let old Marv know how many to expect.

Too late to get those Camp Dogwood tickets turned in. The drawing was at the end of the May. Lion Jerry IS watching you!!! 

Newly elected President Ned Mabe reports that our June 9th meeting will be at the Town Deli on North Main Street.

Lion Debbie reports that the scholarship recipients has been selected and will be presented at the May 26th meeting at Main Street UMC.

We have Lions Club collection boxes at 9 locations through out the Kernersville area to collect cell phones, hearing aids and eye glasses. The Lions listed beside the location have agreed to pickup collected items periodically and bring to Lion Jerry Medford for transport to Camp Dogwood. If a new box is needed, please let Secretary Marvin know ASAP.                             

Kernersville Library                              Marvin Bare

Winston Eye Associates                      Bob Reed

Crisis Control Ministry                          Jim Barrett

Pierce-Jefferson Funeral Service         Lowell Parker

East Forsyth YMCA                              Leon Cameron

Garber Eye Associates                        Bill Apple

Harper Eye Care                                 Larry Martin

Wal-mart                                              Larry Martin

River Landing at Sandy Ridge             Art Drennan

Happy Birthday to the following Lions: 

    May 20    Dennis Monroe

    May 22    Wayne Henderson

    May 23    Caroline Domenig

    May25     Danny Jefferson

    May 29    Norman Bennett   

Happy Anniversary to the following Lions and spouses:

   May 8       Randi & Clark Bunting; Becky & Mike Lewis

   May 10     Ann & Mike Cronin

   May 15     Beth & Rick Pierce

Lions Longevity for the following Lions:

  May 2005   Peter Laroche

  May 1972   Larry Martin 















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