Lion President Tony presides over his last meeting. Thanks for a great year Tony.
Lion Tony led his last meeting as president today and called on Lion Dee to lead us in singing God Bless America, Lion Allen for the flag salute, and Lion Pete to do the invocation.
Lion Karen won the no-fine badge.
Lion Aaron was the secret greater, and Lion Dee was the only person who did not shake his hand.
Installation dinner this Thursday evening, June 29th, at the Vintage Press. RSVP to Lion Tony 559-250-0688: 5:00 Happy hour, 6:00 dinner.
No meeting this coming Wednesday or Friday. Because of the installation dinner, we have canceled the monthly evening meeting scheduled for Wednesday, the 28th, and there will not be a meeting Friday.
Lion Allen announced our guests today, our program, Miss: Tulare County Elizabeth Sartuche, and the program’s executive director Michelle French.
Lion Allen also announced three visitations with local clubs: Call or text Allen at 559-936-4563 to let him know you will be attending.
Friday, June 30th, 6:30 AM: Visalia Breakfast Lions at the Visalia Country Club.
Monday, July 17th, 6:00 PM: Visalia Pride Lions, St. Pauls church (this is a Pot Luck)
Thursday, July 27th, 6:45 AM, Exeter Lions Club 257 N. E. St.
Murder Mistery Dinner: Lion Karen announced that we need $25 gift gift cards for the event. You can buy them and bring them to a club meeting or give Karen the money which will be purchased.
Unrelated to the motorcycle camping trip Roy had been on, he brought in two bottles of wine purchased by Lion Mark for $12 for the the two.
Lion Elaine had been to Israel and brought back a box of Mt. Herman Chocolates purchased by Lion Roy for $13.
Lion Dee was happy that the Giants were on a roll and had swept several teams, including their arch-rival Dodgers.
Lion Pat was happy some of his family had spent a week in England.
Lion Tom was happy both Elizabeth and Michelle from Miss Tulare County were with us today.
Lion Elaine was happy she had been to Isreal and avoided getting sick on the trip, but she spent three weeks sick after she got home.
Lion Craig was happy the Giants were in second place and ahead of the Dodgers, plus he was happy his daughter and son-in-law had spent the weekend.
Lion John was happy he had taken his 5th wheel and spent the weekend in Paso.
Lion Pete was happy that his grandson was on the Cal Ripken All-Stars, and depending on what occurred this weekend, he could be headed to Utah for the playoffs.
Lion Dee fined both Roar editor Roy and Lion Allen for talking during the prayer.
Lion John Parker was happy because, as he said, every house has a john.
Lion Elaine fined Lion Pat for asking if the box of chocolate she had up for auction was a box of hemorrhoid cream.
Lion Allen fined Lion President Tony for losing the bell on his last meeting as president, Lion Dee for talking, and Lion Roy for not doing the Roar last week, even when he had taken detailed notes.
Elizabeth, Miss Tulare county hold the bell that had been taken from Lion President Tony.
Lion Betty has Lion Pete draw for the white marble, but he comes up empty.
The $5 drawing went to Miss: Tulare County Elizabeth Sartuche, who donated it to the Miss Tulare County pageant.
Lotto ticket: Lion Allen
The marble drawing went to Lion Pete.
Miss: Tulare County Elizabeth Sartuche won the free add and
wanted to advertise the Miss California Pageant being held right here in Visalia
this coming week.