Postponed until further notice
District Cabinet Meeting Agenda
Saturday, July 29, 2017 9:00am
Santa Clara Blind Center
July 23, 2017
Team – I made contact with Lions Penny and PDG Tom Penhallegon. The Fire is now 40% contained – and if current conditions continue, Cal Fire anticipates rapid progress. I offered any and all resources we have at our disposal. As you can read below, they are requesting 5-6 Lions to assist with sorting and packaging existing product for distribution. They have folks / Lions doing the BBQ and associated chores. Continue reading
Fellow Lions – As many of you have seen, there is another fire that is burning in District 4-A1. And the Lions of that district are helping by providing food services to the fire fighters and relief workers. As the fire continues to burn, the Lions will be needing assistance in both food preparation and food service. If you or any members of your club can go there to help, please call Wendy Penhallegon at 209-406-5015. They certainly could use the help of anyone who can get there.
From Sonora Lions:
The Sonora Lions Club, along with District 4-A1, is requesting your help. As you probably are aware, there is a nice little bonfire occurring in our back yard again, necessitating many resident evacuations. The Sonora Fairgrounds is again ground-zero for housing these evacuees and The Red Cross has asked for the Lions Clubs’ assistance. The Red Cross recognized our talent, dedication, and willingness to help in disaster relief circumstances, so here we are again. We are requesting the help of clubs in our district or individuals to assist in meal preparation and serving for approximately the next two weeks.
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Contact Lion Kevin Johnson for more information.
When: Friday, August 18th, 2017
Time: Dinner served at 7:00 PM
Cost: $25 /person for tickets purchased before August 14th. Tickets purchased Aug. 14th or later are $30 each.
Includes steak and all the corn you can eat! Soft Drinks available for purchase.
Where: Gilroy Golf Course, 2695 Hecker Pass Rd., Gilroy, CA.
For advance tickets, mail your check to:
Gilroy Lions Club
PO Box 2131
Gilroy, CA 95021
Or contact Bill Ungs 408-842-2245 or Dean Raymond 408-847-5564
|RSVP to Allan Ritter at (831) 673-6704 or John Zaragoza at (831) 902-0626
Join us on August 5th at 2:00 PM to start off the Luau with appetizers, a roasted whole pig and then enjoy the rhythm of the islands with our Hawaiian Dancers. Our Luau dinner is served after the show around 4:00pm. Prepay $25, or $30 “at the door”. Wear your favorite Hawaiian gear and bring your appetite!
Tres Pinos Historical Park – Section 6
From the south:
Take Highway 101 to Highway 156 toward San Juan Bautista/Hollister. Take Hwy 25 (bypass) through Hollister to Tres Pinos Township. Just past, about 2 miles, look for the Historical Park signs. Turn right, your destination is on the right.
From the north:
Take Highway 101 to Highway 25 to Pinnacle National Park-Highway 25 Bypass to Tres Pinos Township. Just past, about 2 miles, look for the Historical Park signs. Turn right, your destination is on the right.
Viva CalleSJ is back! On Sunday, September 17th, the City of San Jose’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services will be closing down miles of San Jose streets to bring communities together to walk, bike, skate, play, and explore the city like never before. This year the route will extend 7.3 miles through the heart of San Jose, from Downtown to Eastbound.
A great way for Lions to be visible in the community – adopt an intersection, set up a booth with information about your club, be a route scout on a bike, help survey participants in their language, outreach to community and businesses. Click here to learn more about volunteer opportunities or contact PR Chair, Linda Pugliese.
Delicious Food and Great Ambiance at Blackberry Farm – all you have to do is obtain tickets. Bring your family and friends. See the flyer for details. Children swim free.