Brazoria Lions Club Announces New Officers
The Brazoria Lions Club named its 2021-2022 officers at their meeting, June 14, 2021. District Governor, Billy Gray, installed the new officers. They are as follows: President, Tina Dixon; 1st Vice President, Bubba Davis; 2nd Vice President Greg Pope, 3rd Vice President, Brunson Ortolon; Treasurer, David Jordan; Secretary, Gloria Powell; Tail Twister, Roy Compton; Lion Tamer, Darrell Powell and Membership Chair, Kurt Buchanan.
The 2021-22 Board of Directors are: Past President Marie Hicks, Charlotte Hopkins, Frank Petteway, Sr and Denise McCaskill.
The Brazoria Lions Club meets the second and fourth Mondays of each month. For more information on the Brazoria Lions Club, call 979-798-4444.
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Shown in the picture are (L - R): Brunson Ortolon, Greg Pope, Tina Dixon, Kurt Buchanan, Gloria Powell, Marie Hicks, Frank Petteway, Sr, Denise McCaskill, Roy Compton, District Governor, Billy Gray, Darrell Powell, David Jordan and Bubba Davis.
Brazoria Lions Club Presents Celebrate America
The Brazoria Lions Club proudly announce that the annual Celebrate America event will continue this year. It will be held Saturday, July 10, 2021 utilizing the grounds at 112 Gaines St. and HWY. 36, Brazoria. The event this year starts at 5 p.m. and will consist of inflatables for children, vendors, food booths and what they hope to be Brazoria County’s largest fireworks show. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the bands, had to be eliminated this year.
Over the years, Celebrate America and the large fireworks display has become Brazoria’s well-received calling card drawing people from miles around. The community needs something to lift their spirits. Help celebrate our country’s Independence at a time when the nation can use a reminder. Celebrate America continues to be offered to the public for no charge.
So, come early, bring your lawn chair, snacks, your face mask (if you feel safer that way), and pick your perfect spot to view the fireworks show. It promises not to disappoint. Parking for Celebrate America will be along Hwy. 36, in local businesses parking lots closed for the evening, and limited parking at Barrow Elementary’ s parking lot.
The Brazoria Lions Club has been working with sponsors to help defray the cost so that the event can continue with the success it has had in past years, but the pandemic has reduced their patronage. If you would like to help underwrite this endeavor – the bigger the donations, the bigger and better the fireworks will be - you can donate any amount you choose. The donations go directly to the celebration. Donations may be sent c/o The Brazoria Lions Club, P.O. Box 1145, Brazoria, Texas 77422. For additional information or to help sponsor the event contact: Lion Greg Pope – 936-671-3905, Lion Ken Corley – 979-235-9516, Lion Doc Schwebel – 979-236-0241, or Lion Gary Kersh – 979-236-0499.
The Brazoria Lions Club meets the second and fourth Mondays of each month. For more information on the Brazoria Lions Club, call 979-798-4444.
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