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BULLETIN ROSTER TREASURER'S REPORT DISTRICT 14C

Lions Help Fund District Projects:  Lion President Wayne Artz (right) presented a check for $845 to Lion District Governor Dennis Cope at the clubs September 28th meeting.  The money will be used to fund District 14C projects including: Pre-School Vision Screening, Beacon Lodge, Lions Club International Foundation, Leader Dog for the Blind, Sight Conservation and Eye Research, Hearing Research, Diabetes Awareness, and Lions Quest Life Skills Program.

Lions Award 31th Melvin Jones Fellowship:  Melvin Jones Committee Chairman  Lion Bob Callahan (right) presented the Melvin Jones Fellowship Award to Lion Mark Bortner at the club’s June 22 meeting honoring Lion Mark for his years of service to the club.  The award includes a $1000 donation to the Lions Club International Foundation to support the Foundation’s humanitarian efforts throughout the world.  Congratulations to Lion Mark.

Lions Honor Scholarship Recipient: Scholarship Chairman Lion Terry Lehr congratulates Abi Erlemeier, winner of the clubs 24th annual scholarship who was honored at the club’s June 22 meeting.  The $1000 scholarship is awarded to the area high school senior who submits the best essay describing how they will use their studies to advance the goals of Lionism.  Abi is a 2017 graduate of Spring Grove High School and will be attending the University of Richmond this fall.

Lions Support Community Eye Screening:  Lion President Ron Bollinger presented a check for $250 to Lion Past District Governor Shirley Starner, District 14-C Vision Screening Chair, to support Lions KidSight USA at the club’s April 27th meeting.  KidSight USA is a national coalition that brings together Lions programs to ensure that all children aged 6 months to 6 years receive eye screening and follow-up care.

Lions Support Rescue Mission:  Lion President Ron Bollinger presented a $100 check for the York Rescue Mission on behave of Lynn Becker, Corporate Emergency Management Coordinator for Glatfelter Paper, at the club’s March 9th meeting.  Lynn spoke to the club about the York County 911 emergency response system.

   

Lions Host High School Entrepreneurs: Lions President Ron Bollinger II (left) welcomes the winners of the Spring Grove High School Entrepreneurship Shark Tank Competition Caleb Warren and Hannah Bollinger to the club’s February 23rd meeting.  The club hosted winners and their teacher, Katie Gindlesperger (right) and donated $100 to support the school’s Entrepreneurship Program.           

Lions Distribute Christmas Baskets to Needy Families: Lions and friends, led by Lion Dennis Meyers (in santa hat), delivered Christmas Dinner Baskets, canned goods and presents donated by Spring Grove Elementary School, and gift cards donated by the local Kennie's Market to 26 needy families in the Spring Grove area on December 17th.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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