Friday, November 25, 2016

Upland Host Lions Monthly Bulletin - November. 2016

Programs - November, 2016:
November 7, 2016 - This Meeting was the Club's Monthly Board Meeting. The Board Meeting Minutes were placed on the Club's blog for everyone to review and comment. A motion was made during the November 21st meeting to accept the Board Meeting Minutes as presented.

November 21, 2016 - Unfortunately we did not have a program for this meeting. Committed programs do, unfortunately get cancelled. But, fortunately, we had many other things to discuss. In our last meeting we had a proposal to share our mailbox eyeglass collection point with the Ontario Host Lions. Ontario Host offered to have the mail box powder coated and new decals put on it. Lion Joey stated that he had a powder coating company do work for him and he could see what they would charge us to powder coat the mailbox. Many members objected to sharing the mail box and favored Joey's getting information to have it done by our Club. It was decided to wait for Lions Joey's information before making the final decision.

During our discussion of Club membership Lion Ken Myers stated he had been approached by a teacher from one of our local schools and they discussed starting a LEOs Club for their 7th and 8th graders. The Club is very interested in starting a LEO Club and after much discussion it was decided we would pursue getting it started. Our newest Lion, Lion Joey  had been a LEO and volunteered  to take the lead in making this happen.

Program Assignments For December, 2016:
December 5, 2016 - This would normally be the Club's Monthly Board Meeting but This month it is scheduled to be the Club's annual Holiday Party. It is to be held at Maniac Mike's Café and will be a pot luck dinner. It will start at our regular time 6:30 PM. Everyone is asked to bring a Christmas ornament for exchange.

December 19, 2016 - This meeting will be our regular Monthly Board Meeting.

Lions Calendar Of Events:
December 2nd - Seal Beach Christmas Parade
December 3rd - Special Olympics Orange County Turkey Bowl At Fountain Bowl In Fountain Valley
December 3rd - CLFIS Sight Screening - Montebello
December 3rd - Laguna Hills Lions Vision Clinic At Lighthouse Church
December 3rd-4th - Anaheim Convention Center Health Fair - IPDG Ken Myers
December 4th - Orange County Costa Rica Lions Club 28th Anniversary
December 5th - International LEO Day
December 9th - CLFIS Sight Screening - Imperial
December 9th - 10th - Tustin Host Lions First Annual Christmas Craft Boutique Fundraiser In Conjunction With City Of Tustin Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony 
December 10th - Tustin Host Quilt Raffle Drawing
December 14th - Newport Hawaiian Lions Annual Christmas Boat Parade Party At NB Yacht Club
December 17th - Rose Parade Float Decorating For Dist. 4-L4, 1-5 PM
December 25th - Deadline For Submissions To The January 10th Forum
December 25th - Christmas Day
December 27th - LEO Rose Float Decorating 8-3:30 and 3:30 to 11
December 29th - Rose Parade Float Decorating Dist. 4-L4 8-3:30
December  31st - New Years Eve
December 31st - Rose Float Decorating - Open 8-3:30 and 3:30-Finish

Club Member Birthdays:
December 2nd - Lion Sang
December 5th - Lion Don Spaulding (Honorary)
December 6th - Karen Thomas (Lion Jim T.)
December 31st - Dora Han (Lion Sang)
 
Club Member Anniversary's:
December 3rd - Lion Sang and Dora Han
December 13th - Lion Tina and Zach Weaver
December 20th - Lions Ken and Beverly Bell

Other Items Worthy Of Mention:
On October 28th (to late for last months Bulletin) the Club participated in the Upland Interfaith Council of Churches annual prayer breakfast. Upland Host Lions member Lion Jim Thomas was the breakfasts Master of Ceremonies. In attendance for the Club were Lions (President) Jim K., Ken Bell, Madeleine, Jim T., Sang, Keith, and Madeleine's son Jim. 


Upland Interfaith Prayer Breakfast
The Upland Host Lions will, once again, participate with the Salvation Army and be Bell Ringers for their Christmas collection. The exact date has not yet been set but it will be on either December 2nd or December 9th. Lion Madeleine will notify everyone of the final date and arrange for manning times.

The Anaheim Convention Center Health Fair is scheduled to be held December 3rd and 4th, 2016. IPDG Lion Ken Myers is organizing the Lions Clubs involvement and Upland Host Lions will be the Lions sponsors of this event. Names were taken of members who volunteered for this event and other Clubs will be asked to participate.

A donation of $200 was made to the Life Point Church to be used for food for complete Thanksgiving Dinners for needy people in the Upland/Ontario area. The Church will provide 313 complete meals for area needy families.

Upland Host Lions has agreed to participate with the City of Upland to insure the success of the Upland Christmas Parade scheduled for December 10th. Our role will be to help in various capacities such as traffic direction, hospitality suite hosts, parade organization and other spots as needed.

Visitations:
A visitation is scheduled to the Pomona Host Lions Club on December 15th.

Next Meeting:
The Club's next meeting will be on December 5th at Maniac Mike's Café. This will be the Club's Annual Holiday Party and will be  a pot luck affair. Most Lion signed up for their donation to the meal at our November 21st meeting. For those unable to sign-up at the meeting please feel free to contact Lions Madeleine, Arlene or Sandy to notify them of your contribution.

Adjournment:
When we had exhausted discussion items President Jim K. adjourned the meeting.

Leaving You With A Smile
Have a Great Month and Happy Holidays

Bulletin Writer/Editor/Publisher
Lion Keith Krumwiede
Club Secretary - 2016/2017
Telephone: 909-240-7909
e-mail: kkrumwiede11@verizon.net




















Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Upland Host Lions Monthly Bulletin - October, 2016

Programs - October, 2016:
October 3, 2016 - This Meeting was the Club's October, 2016 Monthly Board Meeting. Unfortunately, your Writer/Editor/Publisher was unable to attend that meeting and could not produce the Minutes of the meeting.

October 17, 2016 - This meeting was the Upland Host Lions opportunity to Host District 4-L4, 2016/2017 Governor Bob Susaeta and members of his Cabinet and have them share their vision for the Districts 2016/2017 Lion Year. Governor Susaeta opened by stating his vision for the District "Joining Hands In Service". We can attain this vision by all the Clubs in the District working together. The Governor went on to say there are 46,000 Clubs in 210 country's worldwide with 1.4 million members. There are Lions Clubs in many places not normally thought of as locations for Lions Clubs. As an example, Clubs are located in the Vatican City, China and Lions are the only service organization to have a seat at the UN. LCI has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. In California there are 731 Lions Clubs with 20,365 members. During the past year District 4-L4 has grown from 1,231 members to 1,336. 

Governor Susaeta also talked to us about the LCIF which was founded in 1968. LCIF has distributed $950,000,000 in funds to Matching Grants and Lions Charities. One of its prime causes has been the elimination of River Blindness. They have been successful in eliminating River Blindness in South America and are now working to eliminate it in Africa. Close to home LCIF funded three new vision cameras for District 4-L4 and continues to fund the Friends In Sight activities.

2nd VDG Randy McMillan, District Governor Bob Susaeta,
Upland Host Lions President Jim K., 1st VDG Judy Barr, IPDG Ken Myers
 
1st VDG Judy Barr spoke to us about the Centennial Slogan "Where There's A Need There's A Lion", She spoke about Centennial Projects and Legacy Projects and encouraged our Club to become involved in them. Examples of Legacy Projects are those which provide continued Lion Visibility such as Planting a tree or placing a Park Bench, both with an identifying plaque as a Lions Project. 1st VDG Judy spoke about new members and the need to set a goal for at least a 10% net increase in membership by the end of the year.  Judy told us that women now make up 44% of the District 4 -L4 membership.


Upland Host Lions President Lion Jim K. and 1st VDG  Judy Barr

2nd VDG Randy McMillan spoke to us about the Certified Guiding Lion training course which is scheduled for October 22nd at the Garden Grove Clubhouse. He encouraged our attendance and stressed the benefits of this training. 2nd VDG Randy spoke about the 2017 Rose Float. The Float is to be the largest yet made by   Lions. It will be 55 feet long and will cost $155,000. To help cover the cost of the Float, Lions items such as Shirts, T-Shirts, Jackets, etc. are for sale and a Stained Glass Window will be raffled off. Also, for a monetary donation of $7,500 there are seats available on the Lions Rose Float this year. There are two seats still available.

2nd VDG Randy reminded everyone of the up coming District Meeting on November 19th and encouraged us to attend.




2nd VDG Randy McMillan

Program Assignments For November, 2016:
November 7, 2016 - This Meeting will be the Club's Monthly Board Meeting. Dessert will be provided by Lion Sandy.

November 21, 2016 - The program Chairperson for this meeting is Lion Beverly Sugerman.

Lions Calendar of Events:
November 4th-6th - Council Of Governors In Burlingame
November 5th - Leo Baking At Ronald McDonald House
November 11th - Veterans Day
November 11th - VA Hospital Long Beach Letter Delivery and
Veteran Visitation By District LEOs
November 11th - 13th - HB Host Lions 12th Annual Laughlin
Weekend Excursion
November 12th - HM Lions Fashion Show At CMCC
November 12th - Diamond Bar Breakfast Lions Fairy Tale Ball
November 14th - Ontario Upland Lions Dinning For Dollars At
Outback Steakhouse
November 19th - Deadline For Peace Poster Contest And Peace  Poster Essay Contest, Deadline For Lions Environmental Photo Contest
November 19th - District Meeting #2 Hosted By Foothill Region
At Diamond Bar Golf Club 9AM
November 24th - Thanksgiving
November 25th - Deadline For Submissions To The
December 10th Forum

Birthdays:
There were no Lions Birthdays this month

Anniversary's:
November 20th - Lion Jim and Karen Thomas

Other Items Worthy Of Mention:
Most important of our Other Items was the installation of our newest member, Lion Joey Amaro. District Governor Susaeta preformed the installation and the Club welcomed Lion Joey into the group. Lion Joey was, previously, a LEO for a number of years and is a very welcome new member of our Club. We hope that with Joey's membership we can start a trend towards new, younger members. As with a lot of Clubs we are aging and need new blood to reinvigorate the Club.

New Lion Joey Amaro and District Governor Bob Susaeta
Lion Joey Amaro and President Jim K.
On Saturday October 15th the "Rotors,  Warbirds and Wheels Fest" was held at Cable Airport and Upland Host Lions had an information Booth at the affair. Lions (President) Jim K., Ken M. and Jim T. manned the booth for the day. A number of the attendees had questions regarding Lions. This was a good day to give our Club exposure.

Lions Jim K., Ken M., and Jim T.
At the Rotors, Warbirds and Wheels Fest - Cable Airport
Foothill Region Chairperson, Andy Megaw recently made Lions Club Banners for each of the Foothill Region Clubs. He presented these Banners to each of the Clubs at the recent Region Meeting. Lion (PDG) Ken M. received the Banner for our Club. This Banner will be used whenever the Club has a public outing. Thank You Andy.

PDG Ken M. and Denise withClub Banner
Created by Foothill Region Chair Lion Andy Megaw

Last but, as they say, not least are a few club items:
  • On October 27th the Upland Annual Interfaith Prayer Breakfast will be held at 7:00AM at the Upland Fire Department. A motion was made and seconded for the Club to pay for a table (8 seats) at the breakfast.
  • On October 31st the Upland Parks & Recreation Department will hold their annual Scary Affair. As in Past years Upland Host Lions will provide some of the candy to be handed out to the kids.
  • On November 11th Upland will host their annual Veterans Day Parade. Upland Host Lions has volunteered to help.
  • Upland Host Lions has been asked to participate in the Upland Christmas Parade on December 11th. More details will be forthcoming. 
Visitations:
Upland Host Lions had no visitations during October, 2016.

Next Meeting:
The Club's next meeting will be our November Monthly Board Meeting on November 7th at Maniac Mike's Café , at Cable Airport. The meeting will begin at 6:30 PM.

Adjournment:
With no further discussion evident, President Lion Jim K. adjourned the meeting

Leaving You With A Smile
Have A Great Month

Bulletin Writer/Editor/Publisher
Lion Keith Krumwiede
Club Secretary - 2016/2017
Telephone: 909-240-7909
e-mail: kkrumwiede11@verizon.net






























Saturday, September 24, 2016

Upland Host Lions Monthly Bulletin - September, 2016

Programs - September, 2016
September (August 29,) 2016 - Due to the Labor day Holiday on September 5th The Club voted to hold the September, 2016 Monthly Board Meeting on August 29th. The Minutes of that Board Meeting were placed on the Club's blog for everyone to review and comment.

September 19, 2016 - Our program planned for today did not materialize, therefore, we discussed other items of interest to the Club. We had several visitors at our meeting today. We were honored to have 8 visitors from the Ontario/Upland Lions Club.  They visited us today to invite us to their Outback Fund Raiser scheduled for November 14th. Kyle Schneider, Vice President of "Dive Warriors", was an invited guest to receive our Club's donation to the Dive Warriors organization.

President Jim K. discussed an article he had read in "Upland Today". It was an article by and for the Upland Rotary Club. It was very well written and projected a great image to the City of Upland for their Rotary Club. President Jim observed that this was great P.R. for Rotary and said he would look into placing such an article in "Upland Today" for Upland Host Lions and said he would prepare a draft for the Club's agreement.

The Club has received notices from LCI of 2 individuals showing interest in membership in  our Club. After several attempts to contact both potential members no response has been received.

Program Assignments For October, 2016:
October 3rd - This meeting will be our Club's October, 2016 Board Meeting.

October 17th - Governors Visitation




Lions Calendar of Events:
October 1st - LEOS Leadership Training at Garden Grove Lions Clubhouse
October 1st - LEOS District Meeting #1
October 12th - Saddleback Region Zone B Meeting #1 At 6PM
October 14th-16th -60th Annual Buena Park Silverado Days
October 15th - White Cane Days
October 15th - Mission Viejo Lions Festival Wine and Beer Tasting
October 21st - Harbor Mesa Lions 21st Annual Casino Night
October 22nd - Certified Guiding Lions Training Class at Garden Grove Clubhouse
October 24th - Lions Float Inc. 2016 Charity Golf Tournament
October 25th - Deadline For Submissions to the November 10th Forum
October 28th - Ronald McDonald House Trunk Or Treat - Per Brenda Donahue
October 29th - Pomona Host Lions BOO A Thon Bowling Fund Raiser
October 31st - Halloween

Birthdays:
October 10th - Lion Richard
October 12th - Lion Ken M.
October 21st - Annette Stewart (Lion Michael)
October 29th - Beverly S.

Anniversary's:
No Anniversary's This month

Other Items Worthy of Mention:
CLIS VISION SCREENING AT SULTANA SCIENCE and SPORTS ACADEMY

On September 10th CLIS, with the cooperation of four local Lions Clubs (Ontario/Upland Lions, Ontario Host Lions, Upland Host Lions and Cucamonga District Host Lions) conducted vision screening at the Sultana Science and Sports Academy in Ontario. Cucamonga District Host Lions organized this effort. From 8:00AM to 2:00PM 374 eye exams were provided resulting in fitting 271 pairs of glasses. 98 of these recipients were 1st timers for glasses and 11 were diagnosed with vision diseases they were not aware they had. Many children were among the 374 individuals who were tested.  The volunteers for this vision screening were fantastic. We had volunteers from 17 District 4-L4 Clubs.





DIVE WARRIORS - On August 15, 2016 a veterans help group called "Dive Warriors" visited our Club and told us of their mission to help severely wounded veterans overcome the trauma of their wounds in service to our Country. This visit was recorded in the August, 2016 Monthly Bulletin. The Dive Warriors organization is totally funded by donations and help from individuals. Their staff is totally unpaid volunteer. At the Club's September Board Meeting a motion was made that our Club donate to this very worthy group. We had a motion, seconded and approved to donate $200 to the Dive Warriors. This was a very small donation in return for the losses these veterans have suffered for our ongoing safety. The Vice President (volunteer) of Dive Warriors was invited to this meeting and presented with our donation and our expression of appreciation for their work.







Kyle Schneider V.P of "Dive Warriors"
 Receiving $200 Donation From UHL's 
A Foothill Region Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, September 27th at the Lions West Building on Base Line Road. All members are urged to attend and the cost is $18/person.

Visitations:
We Have had no visitations during September

Next Meeting:
The Club's next meeting will be on October 3rd at Maniac Mike's Café, at Cable Airport. The meeting will begin at 6:30 PM and will be our Monthly Board Meeting for October, 2016. Lions Ken and Beverly Bell are scheduled to provide dessert for this meeting.

Adjournment:
After much discussion of potential Club Fund Raisers no further items remained for discussion. Club President Jim K. adjourned the meeting.

Leaving You With A Smile
Have A Great Month

Bulletin Writer/Editor/Publisher
Lion Keith Krumwiede
Club Secretary - 2016/2017
Telephone: 909-240-7909
e-mail: kkrumwiede11@verizon.net
























Upland Host Lions Monthly Bulletin - September, 2016

Programs - September, 2016
September (August 29,) 2016 - Due to the Labor day Holiday on September 5th The Club voted to hold the September, 2016 Monthly Board Meeting on August 29th. The minutes of that board Meeting were placed on the Club's blog for everyone to review and comment.

September 19, 2016 - Our program planned for today did not materialize, therefore, we discussed other items of interest to the Club. We had several visitors at our meeting today. We were honored to have 8 visitors from the Ontario/Upland Lions Club.  They visited us today to invite us to their Outback Fund Raiser scheduled for November 14th. Kyle Schneider, Vice President of "Dive Warriors", was an invited guest to receive our Club's donation to the Dive Warriors organization.

President Jim K. discussed an article he had read in "Upland Today". It was an article by and for the Upland Rotary Club. It was very well written and projected a great image to the City of Upland for their Rotary Club. President Jim observed that this was great P.R. for Rotary and said he would look into placing such an article for Upland Host Lions and said he would prepare a draft for the Club's agreement.

The Club has received notices of 2 individuals showing interest in membership in  our Club. After several attempts to contact both potential members no response has been received.

Program Assignments For October, 2016:
October 3rd - This meeting will be our Club's October, 2016 Board Meeting.

October 17th - Governors Visitation

Lions Calendar of Events:
October 1st - LEOS Leadership Training at Garden Grove Lions Clubhouse
October 1stLEOS District Meeting #1
October 12th - Saddleback Region Zone B Meeting #1 At 6PM
October 14th-16th -60th Annual Buena Park Silverado Days
October 15th - White Cane Days
October 15th - Mission Viejo Lions Festival Wine and Beer Tasting
October 21st - Harbor Mesa Lions 21st Annual Casino Night
October 22nd - Certified Guiding Lions Training Class at Garden Grove Clubhouse
October 24th - Lions Float Inc. 2013 Charity Golf Tournament
October 25th - Deadline For Submissions to the November 10th Forum
October 28th - Ronald McDonald House Trunk Or Treat - Per Brenda Donahue
October 29th - Pomona Host Lions BOO A Thon Bowling Fund Raiser
October 31st - Halloween

Birthdays:
October 10th - Lion Richard
October 12th - Lion Ken M.
October 21st - Annette Stewart (Lion Michael)
October 29th - Beverly S.

Anniversary's:
No Anniversary's This month

Other Items Worthy of Mention:

CLIS VISION SCREENING AT SULTANA SCIENCE & SPORTS ACASDEMY

On September 10th CLIS, with the cooperation of four local Lions Clubs (Ontario/Upland Lions, Ontario Host Lions, Upland Host Lions and Cucamonga District Host Lions) conducted vision screening at the Sultana Science and Sports Academy in Ontario. Cucamonga District Host Lions organized this effort. From 8:00AM to 2:00PM 374 eye exams were provided resulting in fitting 271 pairs of glasses. 98 of these recipients were 1st timers for glasses and 11 were diagnosed with vision diseases they were not aware they had. Many children were among the 374 individuals who were tested.  The volunteers for this vision screening were fantastic. We had volunteers from 17 District 4-L4 Clubs.





DIVE WARRIORS - On August 15, 2016 veterans help group called "Dive Warriors" visited our Club and told us of their mission to help severely wounded veterans overcome the trauma of their wounds and service to our Country. This visit was recorded in the August, 2016 Monthly Bulletin. The Dive Warriors organization is totally funded by donations and help from individuals. Their staff is totally unpaid volunteer. At the Club's September Board Meeting a motion was made that our Club donate to tis very worthy group. We had a motion, seconded and approved to donate $200 to the Dive Warriors. This was a very small donation in return for the losses these veterans have suffered for our ongoing safety. The Vice President (volunteer) of Dive Warriors was invited to this meeting and presented with our donation and our expression of appreciation for their work.
Kyle Schneider V.P of "Dive Warriors"
 Receiving $200 Donation From UHL's 
A Foothill Region Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, September 27th at the Lions West Building on Base Line road. All members are urged to attend and the cost is $18/person.

Visitations:
We Have had no visitations during September

Next Meeting:
The Club's next meeting will be on October 3rd at maniac Mike's Café, at Cable Airport. The meeting will begin at 6:30 PM and will be our monthly Board Meeting for October, 2016. Lions Ken and Beverly Bell are scheduled to provide dessert for this meeting.

Adjournment:
After much discussion of potential Club Fund Raisers no further items remained for discussion. Club President Jim K. adjourned the meeting.

Leaving You With A Smile
Have A Great Month

Bulletin Writer/Editor/Publisher
Lion Keith Krumwiede
Club Secretary - 2016/2017
Telephone: 909-240-7909
e-mail: kkrumwiede11@verizon.net

Saturday, September 17, 2016

Upland Host Lions Monthly Board Meeting - September, 2016

Board Members In Attendance: Lions Beverly B., Ken B., Keith, Jim K., Madeleine, Mike and Richard.

Other Members In Attendance: Lions Arlene, Joe, Charlotte and Tina.

Secretary's Report: The Secretary's Board Meeting Report for August, 2016 Was placed on the Club's blog for all Club members to review and comment.

Treasurer's Report: Treasurer Ken B. presented the following financial information for August and September, 2016:
Admin Acct.:     August 1, 2016 - $  4,413.57   September (August 29), 2016 - $  3989.17
Activity Acct.:   August 1, 2016 - $  5,959.49   September (August 29), 2016 - $13,621.46

Treasurer Ken, also, reported the net income from our Club's annual Fishbake was $5,567.97 and the Club LCI dues in the amount of $387.00 were paid.

Committee Reports: Fishbake/Steak Fry. The Fishbake/Steak Fry was a moderate success this year. Ticket sales and sponsorships were both down from previous years. This year our gross income was $8,468.00, expenses were $2,900.03 making our net income from this fund raiser $5,567.97. It takes approximately 30 people to handle our Fishbake and with our small (aged) Club we had a lot of outside help to pull this off. We are very grateful to the other Clubs, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Latter Day Saints and all other volunteers for their support in making this fund raiser the success it was.

Old Business: On September 10th there is a four Club (Cucamonga Host, Ontario/Upland, Chino Valley and Upland Host) Vision Screening scheduled at the Sultana Sports and Science Academy in Ontario. Five members of our Club have volunteered to work at this screening.

The annual Governors Fund Raiser is Scheduled to be held on September 10th at Pete's Ponderosa and Club members were urged to attend

New Business: Our new business was an opportunity to talk about the Fishbake and bring up suggestions for next year, with overall improvement and suggestions for alternate or other fund raisers. An important part of this discussion was Club membership. We have an aging Club and it is getting very stressful for our older members to do the physical work associated with the Fishbake. We, fortunately, have had a lot of volunteers to help us but that need is growing every year and is straining relationships within the Club. As mentioned above we discussed the need for new members and our membership committee is working on that but we all need to be involved. We talked about improvements we could make in the overall Fishbake process primarily in our planning and cost estimating and general overall operation. We discussed relocating the Fishbake to a more desirable location, or even replacing it with another type fund raiser or multiple smaller activities. All of these discussion items need further investigation and Club participation.

Lion Tina has been working on our joint Calendar fund raiser, with other Clubs, and she now has the Calendars for distribution and suggested that each Club member take 10 Calendars to sell. The cost of any Calendars we don't sell will have to be covered by the Club.

Visitations: No Visitations are scheduled for September, 2016.

Requests For Donations: A motion was made to make a $200 donation to "Dive Warriors". Dive Warriors made a presentation to our Club On August 15th. It is a wounded veterans organization designed to ease the pain of war and the debilitating wounds (mental and physical) that our country's service men suffer. The organization is funded solely by contributions by friends and donations from service organizations like ours. The motion was seconded and approved by the Club membership.

The Club had received an e-mail from the Cucamonga Host Lions Club asking us to consider participating in the cost resulting from the Four Club Vision Screening scheduled to be held on September 10th in Ontario. The Vision Screening is to be held at the Sultana Sports & Science Academy and the school is charging the four Clubs $641 for its use. This charge was a surprise to the coordinating Club (CHL) and they said they would take care of it, but if any of the participating Clubs could share in the cost it would amount to $161.20 for each Club. A motion was made to participate in this $161.20 cost and a motion was made, seconded and approved for this donation.

Donations Made: Although donations were approved, none were made this month.

Next Meeting: The Club's next meeting is scheduled for Monday, September 19, 2016, 6:30 PM at maniac Mike's Café. The Program Chairperson for the next meeting is Lion Arlene.

Dessert Volunteers for October, 2016 - Lions Ken and Beverly Bell

Adjournment: No further items were brought up for discussion and Club President Jim K. adjourned the meeting.

Keep Smiling:
Have a Good Month

Minutes Writer/Editor/Publisher
Lion Keith Krumwiede
Club Secretary - 2016/2017
Telephone Number - 909-240-7909
e-mail: kkrumwiede11@verizon.net