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August Newsletter Available

 

The August newsletter is available.  

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Hawaii Convention Photos

Click on  this link to see the photo gallery  taken at this year’s  LCI International Convention in Hawaii.

District Meeting- Special Presentation Planned

The August 15 District Meeting will be held at the Argos High School and will feature a special presentation on the Leader Dog Canine Development Center. The Leader Dog facility located in Rochester, Michigan is currently undergoing a major renovation. Part of this project includes replacing all small outdated kennels with new more spacious suites that will vastly improve the housing and training conditions for these special animals. District 25G is the first in the nation with a district wide service project and will provide at least two of these new suites for the facility. Kathleen Breen from Leader Dog, along with one of her instruction dogs, will be providing training demos, a Q&A session, plus an update on the Leader Dog renovation project. As an added bonus, there will be Leader Dog recipients and trustees present to answer questions and share their stories on how these remarkable dogs have changed their lives.  To download a flyer with complete details, click on the graphic along the left side of this page.

New Syracuse Lions Officers Installed

 

New Syracuse Lions Club officers installed Monday, June 22:
Front Row: 1st VP Tom Thornburg; 2nd VP Marie Butler Knight;Sec. Ann Haffner; Pres. Barb Grumme; Treas. Doris Yoder; PP & Memb. Chr. Judy Jarrett Second Row: DG Marty Juel: and Directors Loni Yoder, Becky Fox, Dr. Rod Kaufman, Charlie Haffner, Sam Fryback, and Joe Hibschman

Receives Melvin Jones Fellowship

 

District Governor Marty Juel is shown presenting a Melvin Jones Fellowship to Connie Miller, member of the Elkhart Community Lions Club. The club recently held a ‘wrap-up’ picnic, the last event before the club formerly dissolved. Connie was a driving force in the club, attending district and state functions and all club activities since joining.