The August 20th meeting opened with the flag salute led by Lion Allen Ventling. Tom Link led his fellow Lions in song, and Lion Dee Baughman performed the invocation.
Lion Vicki Whitehouse won the “no-fine” badge for meeting.
Lion Justin Levy was happy to be back at Club and donated ten happy bucks. He traveled to Costa Rica last May and was also happy that in-person school has begun.
Giants fan Dee Baughman was happy his team is still in first place atop the National League’s Western Division.
President Aaron has been traveling to Cambria and Avila.
Lion Vicki Whitehouse donated five happy bucks and shared that her husband and son were on their way to a Dodgers game.
Lion Craig Wheaton had a good hike and was happy to see the Dodgers in second place.
Allen Ventling was happy to see Lion Vicki at Club.
Lion Janet McClintock enjoyed and recent girls’ trip to Pismo Beach and donated ten happy bucks.
Bob Bricker was fined after his housekeepers phone kept ringing during the meeting.
Craig Wheaton had to leave early and fined himself.
Tony Loliva won the five-dollar raffle and donated the proceeds to the Lions Eye Foundation. He also won the Lotto tickets. Lion Karen McVaigh won a shot at the marble drawing but failed to find the white marble.
Nicole Burnham of the Tulare County District Attorneys Office described their efforts to combat scams, identity theft and elder abuse.