Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Upland Host Lions Monthly Board Meeting - July 7, 2014

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

Other Club Members In attendance: Lions Beverly, Arlene, Joe, Sang, Charlotte and Jim T.

Secretary's Report: The Secretary's Report had been sent to all members by e-mail via our blog or by snail mail. A motion was made, seconded and approved to accept the Board Meeting Minutes as presented.

Treasurer's Report: Lion Michael presented the Club's current financial status as follows.
Admin. Account:  June 2, 2014 -- $     151.93        July 7, 2014 -- $ 2,139.06
Activity Account: June 2, 2014 -- $10,509.62        July 7, 2014 -- $ 7,702.15

The first half (2014/2015)  LCI Dues ($381.00) were paid on July 6, 2014

The Atria Del Rey Accounts have been closed.

A motion was made, seconded and approved to accept the Treasurer's  Report as presented.

Other Committee Reports:
Fish Bake Chairman, Lion Michael, reported that the Fish Bake planning is on schedule. The community Fish Bake signs will be put up prior to our next meeting. We were informed that the City has a new ordinance requiring permits for signs on private property (blind sided again). Our signs will be put in the locations we have previously used. Everyone was urged to get out and sell sponsorships, this is our only real fund raiser for the year and we need to make the most of it.

Old Business: Everyone asked for an update on Lion Pat and we were told she is doing well. She has a new address which is:
                                                  Lion Pat Mason
                                                  154-A West Foothill Blvd., No. 360
                                                  Upland, CA 91786

President Ken  reminded us of our Club's 90th Anniversary Party in November. He is attempting to get International Director Larry Dicus or Past International Director Bill Crawford to join our celebration.

New Business: President Ken reminded us of the first District Cabinet Meeting of the new Lion year, on Saturday July 26th. Lions Ken B., Ken M., Keith, Tina and Madeleine plan to go.

President Ken reviewed a list of new project proposals for the Club. The proposed projects are:
  1. Lions Rose Float decoration
  2. Relay for Life (June 20115)
  3. Stride Walk for Diabetes
  4. Terrisita Pines - Boy Scout Camp
  5. Ronald McDonald House
  6. "First Saturdays"
Requests For Donations: None

Donations: None

Next Meeting: July 21st at 6:30 PM at Maniac Mike's Café

Adjournment: With no further items brought up for discussion President Ken adjourned the meeting.

Minutes Prepared By:
Lion Keith Krumwiede
Phone: 909-240-7909
e-mail: kkrumwiede11@verizon.net

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Upland Host Lions Monthly Bulletin - June, 2014

Programs - June, 2014
June 2, 2014 - This was the Club's Monthly Board Meeting. Minutes of that meeting were published on our blog and made available to all Club members for their review and comment. A motion was made, seconded and approved to accept the Board Meeting Minutes as presented.

June 16, 2014 - This meeting was our 2014/2015 Installation of Club Officers. Lion and 1st District Vice President Ken Myers was the installing official today. Ken did an outstanding job of installing the new electee's into their offices. Below are pictures of each installation:


1stVDG Lion Ken Myers








Lions Arlene and Joe
Lion Tamers 2014/2015 
Lion Brad
Tail Twister 2014/2015 



Lion Kristina - Past President
Membership Chairperson
2014/2015 

Lion Jim K.
Club Vice President
2014/2015

Lion Michael
Club Treasurer 2014/2015 


Lion Keith
Club Secretary 2014/2015 






Lion Jim T.
Club Chaplin


Club President Lion Ken B.
 
Program Assignments:
July 7,2014 - Club Board Meeting
July 21, 2014 - Lion Charlotte

Lions Calendar of Events:
July 19-20th - Seal Beach Fish Fry
July 19th - Placentia Linda Lions Club Charter
July 26th - District meeting
July 27th - YEP BBQ & Swim Party

Birthdays - July, 2014:
July 5th - Lion Arlene
July 12th - Lion Tina

Anniversary's - July, 2014:
July 11th - Lion Steve and Susan Lacey
July 28th - Lion Ken and Denise Myers
 
Other Items Worthy of Mention:
Club Members enjoying their installation dinner.























Out going President, Lion Tina presented certificates and gifts (joke) to many members of the Club but the best was presented to Lions Lois and Jim P. for their work in collecting used eye glasses.

Lions Jim And Lois with their new glasses
President Tina also, presented perfect attendance awards to Lions Beverly, Ken B., Madeleine, Pat, Mike and Keith.

Fish Bake Chairman, Lion Mike, reminded everyone that there is only 45 days left until the Fish Bake and urged everyone to get out and enlist sponsors for this event. To get sponsors business cards into the sponsorship booklet they must all be committed by July 20. Flyers were available for use in soliciting sponsors and everyone was urged to use them. Fish Bake Tickets will be available at our July 7th meeting.

Lion Ken M. talked to us about the Lions October Fest. This is new and will be a joint venture between the Cooper Museum, Volunteers of the Inland Empire and Foothill Zone "A" Lions Clubs with proceeds being distributed equally between the three groups. Contributions have been committed by the carnival organization ($10,000) and downtown merchants ($7,000) to get this affair started.

Adjournment: With the evening being taken up with the installation of officers there were no further items for discussion and new President Ken B. adjourned the meeting.

Our Next Meeting - July 7, 2014 at Maniac Mike's.

Leaving You With A Smile
Have A Great Month

Bulletin Writer/Editor/Publisher
Lion Keith Krumwiede
Club Secretary - 2014/2015
Telephone: 909-240-7909
e-mail: kkrumwiede11@verizon.net  





















Monday, June 9, 2014

Upland Host Lions Monthly Board Meeting Minutes - June, 2014

Board Members In Attendance: Lions Ken B., Sang, Keith, Madeleine, Brad, Tina and Mike

Other Club Members In Attendance: Lions Beverly, Terri, Arlene, Joe, Charlotte, Ken M., and Sandy

Secretary's Report: The May, 2014 Secretary's Monthly Board Meeting Minutes were published on the Club's blog and sent to all Club Members for their review and comments. A motion was made, seconded and approved to accept the Minutes as presented.

Treasurer's Report: Treasurer, Lion Mike, reported the following status of the Club's finances.
Admin. Fund: May 5, 2014 - $ 1,024.00        June 2, 2014 - $  151.93
Activity Fund: May 5, 2014 - $10,509.62      June 2, 2014 - $ 10,053.74

Atria Del Rey Lions Club:
Admin. Fund: May 5, 2014 - $ 1,024.00        June 2, 2014 - $ 1024.00
Activity Fund: May 5, 2014 - $    94.00         June 2, 2014 - $     94.00

Committee Reports: Lion Michael reported that he had flyers prepared for the Fish bake and encouraged everyone to get out and start promoting the Fish Bake, it's only two months away. The new flyer indicates the cost will be raised this year to $20.00 for adults but will remain the same $7.00 for children. We discussed the children's tickets will be for corn dog dinners, not steak or fish and volunteers would get their meals for 1/2 price, not free.

We discussed fund raising to supplement our administrative fund and also the possibility of raising the annual dues to help the administrative fund. One of our neighboring clubs suggested having a joint pancake breakfast as a fund raiser for both clubs and it was well received by our club. No final decisions were made regarding any of these items.

Old Business:
  1. Some of our members have been in contact with Lion Pat's daughter and reported that Pat is doing better. We miss you Pat and you are in our prayers. We hope to see you back soon.
  2. Our installation dinner is scheduled for our next meeting and it will be a pot luck dinner. All members were asked to sign-up to bring their contribution for the dinner.
New Business:
  1. President Kristina reviewed flyers from all the other Clubs in the District to alert our members to their activities.
  2. The location of our 90th birthday bash has been finalized. It will be held at Magdalena's restaurant on November 8th, 6 to 9 PM and the cost will be $40.00 per person.
  3. On Tuesday, June 24th there will be an Upland Chamber of Commerce Mixer at Maniac Mike's Café, 5 to 7 PM, and the Club members were urged to attend and use this opportunity to sign up sponsors or sell tickets for our annual Fish Bake which will be held on August 1st.  

Requests For Donations: None

Donations: None

Next Meeting: The Club's next meeting will be on June 16th at 6:30 PM at Maniac Mike's Café. Our next meeting will be the Installation of Club Officers for the 2014/2015 Club year.

Adjournment: With no further items for discussion, President Kristina adjourned the meeting.

Minutes Prepared By:
Lion Keith Krumwiede
Club Secretary - 2013/2014
Phone: 909-240-7909
e-mail: kkrumwiede11@verizon.net












Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Upland Host Lions Monthly Bulletin - May, 2014

Programs - May, 2014
May 5, 2014 - This was our monthly Board Meeting. Minutes of that meeting were published on the Club's blog and made available to all Club members for their review and comment. A motion was made, seconded and approved to accept the Board Meeting Minutes as presented.

May 19, 2014 - Lion Beverly was our program Chairperson this month and she arranged to have Ms. Brandi Orton speak to us. Ms. Orton is the Member Services Director for "Resources For Ageless Living" (REAL), a program of Community Senior Services. She spoke to us about "Real Connections". Real Connections is a nonprofit meant to make life less complicated and more fulfilling for Seniors. Real Connections is a "Community Village". For seniors they help with navigation through the complexities of senior living.  They help with coordination of service, service providers, resources, social activities, education and advocacy. They are a resource to help with and identify honest, reliable and financially reasonable services for seniors. They provide help with day to day activities, caregiver support, maintenance providers, transportation, social activities, hospital to home transition and many more services. They provide a "village of services to seniors". Real Connections is designed for those seniors who have a desire to remain in their homes and neighborhoods, enjoying independent living by staying connected with people. REAL is a Claremont based nonprofit that provides services to seniors in the San Dimas and Pomona Valley areas. Membership is required to participate their services. The cost for membership is $54.50 for 6 months and at reduced cost if paid for a full year. Services are provided by volunteers and a network of trusted individuals or firms.


Ms. Brandi Ortman
Resources For Ageless Living

Program Assignments:
June 2nd - Monthly Board Meeting
June 16th - Installation of 2014/2015 Club Officers
 
Lions Calendar of Events:
May 31st - June 2nd - Costa Mesa  Lions Fish Fry
June 7th - Seal Beach Lions Golf Tournament
June 7th - Harbor Mesa Fashion Show
June 7th - MD-4 Student Speaker Contest, Pasadena, CA
June 8th - Magnolia Leo Club Charter
June 14th - New Club Officers Training
June 19th - Ontario Host Golf Tournament
June 21st - New Cabinet Planning Session

Birthdays - June, 2014:
June 10th - Lion Michael
June 16th - Lion Keith
 
Anniversaries - June 2014:
June 3rd - Lions Joe and Arlene
June 4th - Lion Michael and Annette
June 21st - Lions Charlotte and Ray
 
Other Items Worthy of Mention:
  1. On April 12th, 6 members of our Club Attended the 4th District Cabinet Meeting and I forgot to put their pictures in the April Bulletin sooo here are pictures from the Cabinet Meeting on April 12th.
President Kristina -
Hair Cutting Fundraiser
Lions Pat and Kristina
 




  1.  



Arlene, Joe, Pat and Kristina
Lions Joe and Arlene














2.  On Saturday May 10th our Club, along with members of the Western University Lions conducted sight and hearing screening at the Upland Recreation Department Annual Health Fair. The Lions Sight and Hearing Van was manned from 10AM to 2PM and performed 62 screening exams. 27 of those exams were for children. There were 6 students from the Western University School of Optometry and 6 Upland Host Lions involved in this Health Fair.
Lions Madeleine, Terri, Student, Ken B.
Keith and Ken M.
Western University Optometry Students
 












3. The Cooper Museum in Upland Held their annual Veterans Day Car Show on Saturday, May 17th and asked the Upland Host Lions help in staffing the event. 5 lions from our Club volunteered. We performed various duties at the Car Show, as requested.


Motorcycle and Model T Ford
Lions Madeleine, Keith Joe and Arlene










1914 Evanston Bicycle (Motorcycle) 
4.  The District 4L-4 convention was held from May 16 thru 18, in San Diego. During That convention Lion Ken Myers (now 1st Vice District Governor) was presented with the International Presidents Leadership Award. This is the third highest award in Lionism. Congratulations Lion Ken M.. Lion Ken M. was also, presented two District membership awards at our May 17th meeting, by President Kristina.
President Kristina and 1st VDG Ken M.
5. As is our tradition Upland Host Lions donated a $75.00 scholarship award to two outstanding students at Upland Jr. High School and two outstanding students at Pioneer Jr. High School.

6. As a reminder to our members we have planned the installation for our 2014/2015 Club Officers for our June 16th meeting. a pot luck dinner is planned and you may sign up at the June 2nd meeting.

7. We received a progress report on Lion Pat Mason and we were told her recovery is improving. We are all praying for you Pat.

8. last but not least, Treasurer Michael reported on the status of the Fish Bake Preparations. He said that he will have Flyers, Tickets and sponsor letters for everyone at the next meeting. Mike said he will have 15 sponsor letters for each member to use in promoting sponsors. He said we should all be promoting $100.00 sponsorships this year and it would be great if we could each get 15 sponsors.

OUR NEXT MEETING IS ON JUNE 2, 2014

Leaving You With A Smile
Have a Great Month

Adjournment: With no further items for discussion President Kristina adjourned the meeting.

Bulletin Writer/Editor/Publisher
Lion Keith Krumwiede
Club Secretary - 2013/2014
Telephone: 909-989-1019
e-mail: kkrumwiede11@verizon.net



Friday, May 16, 2014

Upland Host Lions Monthly Board Meeting - May, 2014

Board Members In Attendance: Lions, Ken B., Sang, Keith, Jim K., Madeleine, Brad, Tina, and Mike.

Other Club Members In Attendance: Lions Beverly, Terri, Arlene, Joe, Charlotte and Sandy.

Secretary's Report: The April,2014 Secretary's Monthly Board Meeting Report was published on our blog and sent to all Club members for their review and comments. A motion was made, seconded and approved to accept the Report as presented.

Treasurer's Report: Treasurer Lion Mike reported the following status of the Club's finances.
Admin Fund: April 7, 2014 - $ 1,024.00      May 5, 2014 - $ 1,664.48
Activ. Fund:  April 7, 2014 - $ 10,509.62    May 5, 2014 - $10,509.62

Atria Del Rey Lions Club:
Admin Fund: April 7, 2014 - $ 1,024.00      May 5, 2014 - $ 1,024.00
Activ. Fund:  April 7, 2014 - $ 94.00           May 5, 2014 - $94.00

Treasurer Michael,  once again, reviewed the Club's committed donation Budget and our plan to pay all of our obligations. He briefly reviewed Our Atria Del Rey  Branch Club and the plan to fold their funds into our Club's Admin. and Activity accounts..

Committee Reports:
  1. Fish Bake: Chairman Lion Michael reported no new activity on the Fish Bake but encouraged everyone to become active in promoting and gaining sponsors for the Fish Bake. This is the most important fund raiser conducted by Upland Host Lions. The Fish Baked funds all of the Charitable giving that our Club contributes to the Community and, therefore, is the focus of our main efforts during the year. 
  2. Visitations: Our Club had no visitations planned during the month of May, 2014.
Old Business:
  1. Update on Pat Mason - Several members had tried to contact Lion Pat and had talked to her daughter and were told that Pat is progressing slowly but is recovering. We all wish her well and pray for a complete recovery. We will keep in touch with you Pat and do what ever we can to provide help.
  2. Previously we had reported on Lion Archie's passing. The Club had a large turn out for Archie's memorial services and our presence was appreciated by his family. God bless you Archie.
  3. The Cooper Museum had asked us for our help with their annual Car Show on May 17th. Seven Lions indicated that they would attend and patrol the show area to provide security for the show cars during the 8AM to 2PM show period.
  4. On Saturday May 10th the City of Upland Recreation Department held its annual Health Fair. Students from Western University School of Optometry Lions Club volunteered to conduct the vision and hearing exams. Our Thank You to the Western U. students for their help and participation. Upland Host Lions Had 6 of our members in attendance. Six Upland Host Lions Participated in the Upland Health Fair.
New Business:
  1. It was reported that Lions Ken and Glenn Myers father, Ken Myers, had passed away on May 2nd. His funeral will be held on May 13th at 11AM. Their father had been a Lion in the Covina Lions Club.
  2. Also, on another sad note we were told of the passing of Sarah Keeney. Sarah was the President of the Upland Kiwanis Club . Sarah Had spoken to our Club several times and acted as a judge for our Student Speaker Contest on numerous occasions. She had been a very active person in the Upland community.
  3. We have been notified that the founder and Secretary of the Atria Del Rey Lions Club no longer works at Atria Del Rey. No one else has taken her place and the continuance of the Club is under discussion.
  4. President Kristina reviewed event flyers from all the other Clubs in District 4L-4 and urged our members to attend the other Club events, if possible.  
Requests For Donations: We had no new request for donations this month. We are reviewing and prioritizing the charitable commitments we currently have on the books.

Donations: No new donations were acted on this month.

Next Meeting: The Clubs next meeting will be on May 19th, at 6:30 PM at Maniac Mikes Café.
Lion Beverly is our program Chairperson for that meeting.

Adjournment: With no further items being brought up for discussion, President Kristina adjourned this Board meeting.

Minutes Prepared By:
Lion Keith Krumwiede
Club Secretary - 2013/2014
Phone: 909-989-1019
e-mail: kkrumwiede11@verizon.net




























Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Upland Host Lions Monthly Bullettin - April, 2014

Programs - April, 2014
April 7, 2014 - This was our Monthly Board Meeting. Minutes of that meeting were published on our blog and made available to everyone for review and comment. A motion was made, seconded and approved to accept the Minutes as presented.

April 21, 2014 - Our speaker today was Mr. Ed Saalig, author of RDC-1 and 2 (Rail Diesel Cars). This book is about a train accident that happened January 22, 1956. The accident happened at Redondo Junction which is 6 miles from Union Station. The accident took 30 lives and injured 142 people. Shortly after the accident Mr. Saalig's father took him by the accident site and told him what had happened. Seeing the accident site at that time didn't impress Mr. Saalig very much but later in life he had an opportunity to see the unique rail cars that were involved in the accident and they peaked his interest in the cars and brought back the memory of being at the site with his father. He began researching the train cars and everything led back to the accident, its cause and the people involved in it. This interest evolved into a very well done book about the RDC's, the people on the train involved in the accident and the history of the people and the RDC's since that time. In addition to his book  Mr. Saalig has produced a video regarding the entire history, to date. The video is narrated by a lady (Mary Lou Spaulding) who was severely injured in the accident. Development of this video resulted in Ms. Spaulding being able to thank (fifty years after the accident) the sailor who saved her life.


Back, Friends of Mr. Saalig and Lion Jim Thomas

Front Mr. Ed Saalig

Of Very Special Note:
In Memory of
Lion Archie Cruzen
Member of Lions
January 1, 1956 to April 10, 2014

Lion Archie Cruzen
November 9, 1924 / April 10, 2014
It is sad to report the passing of Upland Host Lions longest term member. On April 10, 2014 Lion Archie Cruzen, age 89, passed away. Archie was a proud, active, member of Lions for 58 1/2 years. He served his community throughout his life as an active member in his church, little league coach, and a devoted 58 1/2 year member of Upland Host Lions Club. In the Lions Club he served in many positions, including President in 1964/1965 and 1999/2000. During his years as an active member, Archie was always the leader in selling tickets for our annual Fish Bake. Archie was a Melvin Jones Fellow. He is survived by His wife Natalie, two children, Marlys Cruzen Kane, Matt Cruzen and two grandchildren.

Service for Archie will be held on Friday April 25th at 3PM and will be at:
Rancho Mesa Care Center
9333 La Mesa Drive
Alta Loma, CA 91701
Telephone: 909-987-2501

Program Assignments:
May 5, 2014 - Monthly Board Meeting
May 19, 2014 - Lion Beverly

Lions Calendar of Events:
May 10th - Area 4 Student Speaker Contest
May 10th - Ontario/Upland Tea
May 12th - Youth Exchange Fundraiser Outback Steak House - Irvine
May 31st - Region and Zone Chairman Training
May 31st - June 2nd - Costa Mesa Lions Fish Fry

Birthdays - May, 2014:
May 4th - Lion Steve Lacey
May 7th - Lion Charlotte
May 9th - Lion Madeleine
May 27th - Lion Joe

Anniversaries - May, 2014:
No Anniversaries This Month

Other Items Worthy of Mention:
  1. On March 12th seven members (Lions Tina, Joe, Arlene Pat, Ken B., Ken M., and Keith) of Upland Host Lions attended the 4th District Cabinet Meeting. At that meeting we donated $100.00 to LCI through the Hair Cutting Auction. The District Student Speaker Contest was held at this meeting. The winner of this contest took home $4,500.00 in scholarship money.
  2. On June 14th District Officer Training classes will be held. New Club Officer training (President, Treasurer and Secretary). will, also, be held at that time.
  3. A motion was made, seconded and approved to donate $100.00 to the Rancho Mesa Care Center in Lion Archies name.

Committee Reports:
  1. Secretary's Report  - Report presented on Club's  Board Meeting blog.
  2. Treasurers' Report: Admin Fund -  $1,664.48             Act. Fund - $ 10,509.66
  3.  Atria Del Rey's Club Meeting date will be change to the 2nd Thursday of each month at 3:30PM beginning June 12, 2014
  4. Visitations: No visitation this month
Our Next Meeting - May 5, 2014 - 6:30PM

Leaving You With A Smile:

Have a Great Month

Adjournment:

Bulletin Writer/Editor/Publisher
Lion Keith Krumwiede
Club secretary - 2013/2014
Telephone: 909-989-1019
e-mail: kkrumwiede11@verizon.net

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Upland Host Lions Monthly Board Meeting - April 7, 2014

Board Members In Attendance: Lions Ken B., Sang, Keith, Jim K., Madeleine, Brad, Tina, and Mike.

Other Club Members In Attendance: Lions Beverly, Terri, Arlene, Joe, Charlotte, Pat, Ken M., Jim P., Lois, and Sandi.

Secretary's Report: The March, 2014 Secretary's Monthly Board Meeting Report was published on our blog and sent to all Club Members for their review and comment. A motion was made, seconded and approved to accept the Report as presented.

Treasurer's Report: Treasurer Lion Michael Reported the following status of the Club's finances:
Admin. Fund: March 3, 2014 - $1,592.96    April 7, 2014 - $1,664.48
Act. Fund:  March 7, 2014 - $11,716.13    April 7, 2014 - $10509.62

Atria Del Rey Lions Club:
Admin. Fund: March 3, 2014 - $1,024.00    April 7, 2014 - $1,024.00
Act. Fund:  March 7, 2014 - $94.00    April 7, 2014 - $94.00

Treasurer Michael, also, reviewed the Club's committed donation budget and stated that we must get these commitments taken care of before the end of this Lion year. We also, have a State Board of Equalization debt of $900.00 (from the Fish Bake) that we must pay from the Activity Fund.

Committee Reports:  No visitation has been planned for April. There was no report from the Fish Bake Committee at this time.

Old Business:
  1. Our Student Speaker, who won the Club and Zone contests, Lost at the Region level contest.
  2. The Upland Health Fair is scheduled for May 10th. We have the Sight and Hearing Van scheduled to be here on that date and students from the Western University Optical Department will be there to help us man the Van and perform the exams.
  3. The District 4L-4 final cabinet meeting for the 2013/2014 Lions year will be held at Pomona Valley Mining Company on April 12th. Seven members of our Club plan to attend.
New Business:
  1. It has been discussed that Atria Del Rey wanted to change the time and date of their meeting. As of the time of this meeting the Atria Club has decided to keep their original meeting time and day.
  2. President Kristina passed around a list of officer and committee positions that must be filled for next year. Al members were asked to nominate Club Officers and volunteer for committee positions for the 2014/2015 Club year. The Club will vote for the new Club Officers for 2014/2015 at our meeting on April 21st . Please plan to attend and vote.
  3. Cooper Museum, in downtown Upland, is planning a car show on Saturday May 17th and have asked for our assistance with parking control. Several members indicated an interest in volunteering to assist the museum.
  4. 2nd VDG Ken Myers discussed the possibility of holding a dual convention with District 4L-5 in 2016. This proposal will be discussed at the District Cabinet meeting on April 12th. 
Request For Donations: A motion was made, seconded and approved to donate $200 to Life Point Church (Glenn Myers church). Former Lion Glenn has printed the Club Booklet for us for the past 5 years.

Donations: The donation to Life Point Church will be made in May. No other new donations were approved  at this time.

Next Meeting: Our next meeting will be on Monday, April 21st. An excellent program is planned for that day and Lion Keith will take the annual Club picture for our 2014/2015 Booklet. PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND.

Adjournment: With no further items being brought up for discussion, President Kristina adjourned this Board Meeting.

Minutes Prepared By:
Lion Keith Krumwiede
Club secretary - 2013/2014