Meetings
Members

Mountain Home Lions Club Honor Roll

Lion

Award(s)

Joan Barnett

Lion of the Year; Dalstrom Award

Lee Belicek

Lion of the Year

Lucille Caton

Dalstrom Award

Paul Caton

Lion of the Year (3); Dalstrom Award (2)

Linda Clark

Melvin Jones Fellowship

Maryanne Edge

Dalstrom Award (3)

Gary Edwards

Dalstrom Award (4); Melvin Jones Fellowship

Max Freeman

Lion of the Year

Phil Garner

Lion of the Year (3); Dalstrom Award

Robin Hawkins

Lion of the Year; Dalstrom Award

Shelly Hill

Lion of the Year; Dalstrom Award

Kelly Johnson

Lion of the Year

Bob Lowery

Dalstrom Award

Jan Lowery

Lion of the Year; Melvin Jones Fellowship

Larry Luman

Lion of the Year; Dalstrom Award (2); Melvin Jones Fellowship

Ed McGill

Lion of the Year (2); Dalstrom Award

Karen McKee

Lion of the Year; Dalstrom Award

Danielle McMahon

Dalstrom Award

Glenn Priebe

Lion of the Year

John Reding

Lion of the Year

Gil Reynolds

Dalstrom Award

Don Rosa

Lion of the Year; Dalstrom Award

Renae Schocke

Dalstrom Award

Rick Steiner

Lion of the Year; Dalstrom Award; Melvin Jones Fellowship

Jerry Strobel

Lion of the Year; Dalstrom Award; Melvin Jones Fellowship

George Truell

Dalstom Award

Dustin Vance

Melvin Jones Fellowship

Jim Welborn

Lion of the Year; Dalstrom Award; Melvin Jones Fellowship

 

Dalstrom Award:  Named after our first president, the Edward Dalstrom Distinguished Service Award is presented only by Lions Clubs, Districts, or Multiple Districts to anyone deserving of the highest award presented by Mid-South Lions.  The Award represents a $1,000 contribution during a one-year period.  Over 500 outstanding persons have received this award since its inception in 1995.  Recipients also receive a Dalstrom pin, and are recognized by being named on a permanent plaque in the Mid-South Lions Clinic in Methodist Hospital.

Lion of the Year:  This award is given by the Mountain Home Lions Club to one outstanding member of the club who best exemplifies true Lionism by adhering to the Lions Code of Ethics and working diligently for the benefit of the club and the visually impaired.  The recipient is presented with a gold Lion Statuette.

Melvin Jones Fellowship:  The Fellowship, which was created in 1973, is named in honor of the founder of Lions Clubs International, Melvin Jones.  The Fellowship was established as LCIF's highest form of recognition to acknowledge an individual's dedication to humanitarian service.  When an individual, club or district donates US $1,000 to LCIF for a Melvin Jones Fellowship, an inscribed plaque and lapel pin are presented to the specified individual.

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