Just A Reminder
Our annual Pancake & Omelete Feed is about to happen. In case you forgot, it will be held (the 1st Friday in December), December 6, 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM, at the Gilroy Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall located at 6000 Miller Avenue in Gilroy. For those persons who have not bought your tickets, they will be available at the door. Contact Lion Bill Hart at 408-847-7829 if you need more information.
We had a great team effort from the Lions District 4-C6 team at the ADA Step Out Walk in October. We have raised $2,000 to help fund diabetes research, publish diabetes information both in print and on-line, assist those who have been discriminated against because of their diabetes, and improve comprehensive health care and insurance coverage for those who have diabetes.
Thanks to all of the Lions and Leos Clubs who supported the WALK and who helped with the Lions AJ Robinson Mobile Health Screening Unit at the Healthy Living Fair.
Lion Val Isaacson,
District Diabetes Awareness Chairperson
The LCIF disaster relief fund allows Lions to instantly respond whenever disaster strikes. One hundred percent of funds designated for Typhoon Haiyan Relief will go to the Philippines for typhoon relief.
For biggest impact, click on the Donate Now button, and choose Please Use my Donation for: Disaster Relief and choose General. If your club does not wish to designate a recipient for a Melvin Jones Fellowship at this time, enter “To be named later.”
FROM OUR HANDS TO THEIR TUMMIES
Join us for packaging 15400 high protein and highly nutritious meals that will feed 154000 people.
Those meals will be used in crisis situation (such as typhoon on Philippines), school and orphanages feeding programs, and for starving people around the world, including USA.
Data: Saturday, November 16th, 10:00 am-1:00 pm
Place: St. Francis Episcopal Church, 1205 Pine Ave., San Jose
Sunnyvale Host Lions is hosting this a huge meal packaging event in cooperation with other Lions Club in the Bay Area and Stop Hunger Now, an international hunger relief agency.
Meals combine rice, soy, dehydrated vegetables and a flavoring mix including 21 essential vitamins and minerals into small meal packets. Each meal costs only 25 cents and feeds 10 people.
The food stores easily, has a shelf-life of two years and transports quickly.
Stop Hunger Now works with international partners that ship and distribute the meals to those who need them the most.
Contact: Suzie de Unger, project coordinator, phone: 408-37801568, firstname.lastname@example.org
Custom-made omelets of ham, sausage, cheese, onions, tomatoes and mushrooms plus pancakes. Cooked especially for you by our untrained slovenly Lion cooks. You haven’t lived if you haven’t eaten our specialties
When: 5-8 pm, Friday, Dec 6.
Where: Gilroy Presbyterian Church, 6000 Miller Ave.
Advance Tickets Bill Hart–408-847-7829
$10 Adults/$5 Kids
District 4-C6 Peace Poster Judging Day
On November 16, 2013 all the District 4-C6 Peace Posters from different clubs will be exhibited at the Milpitas Library located 160 North Main Street, Milpitas, CA at 10:00 AM for everyone to admire.
Judging will be done at 11:00 AM. Each poster will be judged on originality, artistic merit and expression of the theme. Posters advance through several judging levels: local, district, multiple district and international. At the international level, judges from the art, peace, youth, education and media communities select one grand prize winner and 23 merit award winners.
Twenty-four international Peace Poster entries are selected each year, representing the work of approximately 400,000 young participants worldwide. Posters are shared globally via the Internet, the media and exhibits around the world.
PRUNEDALE LIONS CLUB
Last ticket drawn Wins
Only $100.00 per ticket and only 150 tickets will be sold. Each ticket includes 2 spaghetti dinners. Additional dinners $8.00 per person at the door. Drawing held on November 21 at the
Located at 17890 Moro Rd Cocktails 5:30 Dinner at 6:00
Door prizes, 50/50 split drawing Silent Auction
Tickets available: Dicks Auto Service or Freeman Lumber
By Calling Denny Miller at 831-663-1202
Click here for flyer
Ladies Christmas Party
Come anytime after 4:00pm
December 5, 2013
Driveway will be lit with Luminarias
32 Smith Rd
Bring an unwrapped toy for donation to the
and a potluck dish to share
START YOUR HOLIDAY SEASON SHARING THE COMRADERY, REFRESHMENTS AND LAUGHTER THIS OCCASION ALWAYS MAKES HAPPEN THANKS TO ALL OF YOU. YOUR GENEROSITY AND KIND SPIRITS ARE THE SECRET OF SUCCESS. WE ENJOY CREATING CHRISTMAS IN OUR HOME FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT. SEE YOU THEN! MO
MAUREEN (MO) MOORE
831-724-7919 or email@example.com
Second Cabinet Meeting
November 9, 2013
New Brighton Middle School
250 Washburn, Capitola CA
9:00 Call to order RC Howard Hall
9:01 Pledge of Allegiance ZC Jay Mosely
9:03 Song PCS Jean Westcott
9:05 Invocation PDG Dennis Miller
9:07 Introduction of Guests & Dignitaries PDG Larry Hidalgo
9:10 Leadership Session I
10:10 Leadership Session II
Tech Training LEO – Communications Student Speaker Contest CEP Facilitator (2hr presentation)
Membership Development and Extension Do you wanna be a District Governor? Membership by PDG Ray CEP Facilitator continued
11:15 Governor’s Report DG Jim Goodheart
11:20 1st VDG ‘s Report 1st VDG Karen Fillmore
11:25 2nd VDG Report 2nd VDG Jan Miller
11:30 Cabinet Secretaries Report CS Rick Silveria
11:35 Cabinet Treasurer’s Report CT Lanny Ross
11:40 GMT Report PCS Jean Westcott
11:45 GLT Report PDG Steve Brown
11:50 Lunch Break
12:30 Committee Reports (3 minutes maximum)
Student Speakers Contest PDG Bob DeUnger
Peace Poster Contest PRC Thelma Batilo
LEO Clubs Bob & Val Long
LCIF PCT Bob Stewart
Women’s Development PRC Esther Tuliao
Medic Alert Program PDG Dennis Miller
12:50 District Convention Report PDG Steve Brown
12:55 Constitution & By-Laws PDG Bob Froom
1:00 Pediavision PDG Bob Ferber
1:05 City of Hope ZC Maureen Moore
1:10 Introduction of visiting 2nd VDG 2nd VDG Jan Miller
1:11 Visiting 2nd VDG Remarks 2nd VDG Aron Whealy
1:16 Introduction of 1st VDG 1st VDG Karen Fillmore
1:17 Visiting 1st VDG Remarks 1st VDG Buck Larsen
1:23 Club Announcements 30 seconds – or Wrath of Tail Twister Lion Ann
Adjournment, have a safe trip home
ANNUAL HOLIDAY PARTY
Please join us to celebrate the Holidays
When: Saturday Dec. 7, 2013
Where: Cowboy Corner Café
946 Main Street
Watsonville, Ca. 95076
Ph. (831) 761-8996
Time: 6:00 pm
Dinner: $30.00 per person
RSVP: Norma Conrad by Nov. 30th
Ph. (831) 722-3889
Gift Exchange – under $20 value
(Women bring a woman’s, men a man’s gift)