Meeting Minutes submitted by Lion Joe Duchynski, Secretary:

Meeting November5,2019 attended by 13 members

Committeeee reports:

Leos – Lion Stamm reported that the Leos helped at the Little Acts of Love - Designer Bag Bingo.
The next regular meetings are 11/8 and 11/22. They will finish up the Veteran’s Day cards at the
Nov 8 meeting. The Leos are picking a Leo of the Month for 9 months and would like to give
each winner a $10 gift card. A motion was approved to contribute $90 fto cover the awards. .

KidSight - Lion P. Crammer reported that a sight screening will be held at the Trinity Church of
Boyertown. She learned at the hearing screening at Spring Ridge Elementary that they are
interested in having a sight screening for 1st through 6th grades.

Peace Poster - Judging of this years entries was performed prior to this meeting. The results
Wilson West
1st Jewels Mazy
2nd Clare Huang
3rd Nikita Patel
4th Abigail Schaeffer
5th Johniah Hernandez
Wilson Southern
1st Adelyn Fraser
2nd Isabella Hettinger
3rd Ava Sensenig
Upcoming Events:

Christmas Party - Lion Stoner reported that the annual Christmas party will be held Dec. 3 at the
Wyomissing Restaurant with the same menu as last year. Cost will be $25 per person. Dave
Cullen will provide the entertainment. A flyer will be coming out soon.

Fund Raisers:
Sight Fund – Lion Schlosser reported that we have received $6990 in donations to date for the
sight fund.
Chicken BBQ - Lion J. Rockwood reported that the joint BBQ with theWoman’s Club of Spring
Township was a sellout. The total profit on chicken sales was $2167.01. Of the total, $821.86
will be donated to theWoman’ Club and $1345.15 will go to our club. The BBQ dates for the
coming year are:
April 19
May 25
September 7
November 1

CarWash - Mr Car Wash tickets are available from Lion Pearson. They are $9.00 per wash and
can be purchased in any number. Contact Terry Pearson at 610-678-7056 for tickets. Money and
unsold tickets must be returned to Terry by Dec. 3.

Old Business:
LIFE House: Lion P. Crammer reported that 55 costumes were collected and donated to LIFE

New Business:
Lion P. Kostick described current fundraising forWilson baseball by theWilson Boosters Club.
A motion was approved to donate $500 to theWilson Boosters. 

Lion Lehr described a request for support he received from Doug Dahms, a teacher at Wilson
High School. Each year the school has a Tropical Marine Studies program in Priory, Jamaica that
now includes a large humanitarian aspect. Originally it helped with supplies for an infirmary
(government run “poorhouse”) for people who have mental or physical impairments. Since then
the humanitarian aspect has been expanded to include educational supplies for the children in
a nearby village. A motion was approved to donate $1000 to this humanitarian effort.

Upcoming club events:
Nov 19 - Regular Meeting
Dec 3 - Christmas Party at Wyomissing Restaurant

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