Meetings

Lord Baltimore Lions Step Up for Sea Grass Planting

Members of the Lord Baltimore Lions welcomed St. Patrick’s Day Morning to engage in a core service commitment of Lions Club International, namely, supporting the Environment. Lions Jack Bauer, Jeff Hilovsky, Pat Monahan, John Monahan, Kathy Plumley, Ray Wockley and Bev Straneva joined about 30 other community volunteers at the Fenwick Island State Park Beach.

Officials from DNREC provided the bundles of grass and instructed everyone in the grass planting process that requires that grass be planted with appropriate distances apart (18 inches) and 8 inches deep. Once our teams got going and mastered our balance without sliding down the dunes, Lions completed the service project in about 3 hours.

The Lord Baltimore Lions Club Environment Committee is chaired by Lion Steve Straneva. Lions interested in serving on the committee or participating in upcoming initiatives may contact Lion Steve at per927@yahoo.com or call 603-831-2280.

 

 
 Chartered January 23, 1946    
our 72nd Year  

 

 

 

 
    

Lord Baltimore Lions Club

P. O. Box 525

Ocean View, DE 19970

 

Serving Millville, Clarksville, Ocean View, Bethany Beach, Frankford, Dagsboro

 

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            OFFICERS

President PCS Janet Bauer:    jebatbeach@msn.com

1st Vice President 

            2nd Vice President Don Ausitn:  djaustin@mchsi.com

            Secretary Kathy Plumley: onsetbreeze@gmail.com

            Asst. Secretary  Paul Bolton:   pebolton@mediacombb.net

            Treasurer PCT Don Stein:  stein@mchsi.com

            Asst. Treasurer: Cory Walsh        

            Tail Twister: Anne Gude

            Lion Tamer: Jack Bauer

            Membership Chairman Tom Molnar:  mol751@mediacombb.net

            LCIF Coordinator Karl Gude:  lionkarl@hotmail.com

             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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