The May newsletter is now available for download. Front page news features two district Lions who received top Lions Club International awards at the state convention’s annual banquet. Download from this link.
In the left picture, $1500 is being given to Compassionate Health Center of Rochester. This money is the proceeds from the March Akron Lions club fish fry. These two ladies in the picture came and helped work at the fry (Shelly’s young daughter came and helped too along with another lady from the center). Pictured from left to right are Shelly Kohls, office manager. Mary Kay, Executive Director of Compassionate Health Center. Jeff Crockett Akron Lions club president. Alan Sterk. 1’st vice president and Ron Dittman, Treasurer.
In the right picture, $250 is being presented to Fulton County Youth Leadership Academy. Pictured from left to right. Mary Kay Executive Director of Compassionate Health Center. Jennifer Richter, Director FultonCounty Youth Leadership Academy. Jeff Crockett, President Akron Lions Club. Alan Sterk, 1’st vice president. Ron Dittman, Treasurer.
Dates for this spring’s officer training sessions have been announced. See graphic on left (click on it to download a larger image). All officers, directors, board members and other Lions interested in furthering their knowledge of club operations are encouraged to plan on attending one of the training sessions.
The Akron Lions completed another ramp project for a local lady in their area. This 20′ ramp was constructed by: (Front row, L-R)- Jack Shriver, Jeff Crockett, Alan Sterk, Don Jones, Merle Tinkey. (Back Row, L-R)- Harvey Arthur, Craig Brouyette.
The LaPaz Lions Club, through a grant from the Marshall County Community Foundation and financial support of township trustees and the Lions, has erected 40 Indiana Cemetery Heritage signs in all townships of the county. The efforts have received widespread approval throught the county and the Indiana State Historical Society. Marshall County has the most [!–to read entire post, click on headline–]