Here’s a chance for your club to be recognized for its community service efforts. A simple entry form is all that must be submitted, along with any photos and newspaper clippings, in order to be considered. You can download the actual entry form from our district website (on left side of home page) or go to this link.
At the District 25-G convention held March 7 in Argos, delegates approved the revisions to the constitution and bylaws. Accordingly, the new document is available for download from this link.
According to District Dictionary Chair Howard Heines, clubs in 25-G have so far distributed 6137 dictionaries to third graders, and a few other select individuals this year. The top clubs are: Elkhart and Elkhart Community Lions- 1320; Mishawaka Lions – 525; Clay-Granger Lions – 504; Bristol Lions- 480; Dunlap Lions- 469; and Plymouth Lions- 336.
Darline Wallace, a member of the Mid Lakes Lions Club, was presented a chevron representing 20 years service as a Lion at the club’s meeting on Monday, March 2. District Governor Marty Juel presented the chevron as part of his annual visit to the club.
The Lakeville Lions finished its annual Toys for Tots, Christmas Food Basket, and Pictures With Santa projects on Saturday, December 20th, as local families picked up food, clothes, and toys, and had their pictures taken with a fat man in a red suit. To see a photo gallery of the event, click on this [!–to read entire post, click on headline–]
Shown here are District Governor Marty Juel and Peace Poster Chairman Nick Kenkel with the district’s winning peace poster, submitted by Jillian Baker. The poster was submitted by the Greene Township Lions Club.
Elkhart Community Lions collected 5 gallon milk jugs (over 15 pounds) full of pop tabs. The tabs are given to the Ronald McDonald House in Indianapolis which provides housing for the families of pediatric cancer patients. Pictured is Lion Sharon Stacker with the milk jugs.