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The West Bend Lioness Lions Club is affiliated with Lions Club International, the largest service organization in the world whose motto is "We Serve".

Lion's International was founded in Chicago, IL in 1917, by businessman Melvin Jones. Since its inception, it has been dedicated to helping those less fortunate in their communities and around the world. In 1925 Helen Keller challenged the members to be "knights of the blind".

Spring Nut Sales

Due to the coronavirus our Spring Nut Sales have been cancelled. Please order your nuts online: https://wbend-lioness-lions.terrilynn.com

April 2020 Newsletter

I hope everyone is well and staying home to ensure that. As you all know all club activities are cancelled thru April. We will see about May, that is up to Governor Evers.

The Fish Fry committee has decided to postpone this event till October. The Moose lodge has been consulted about this and they agree October would work for them.

The June Farmers Market and Library Story hour and Planting are still scheduled. I will let you know in May if that changes.

TERRI LYNN NUT SALES

Due to the coronavirus, all nut sales scheduled for March have been cancelled: March 17 at Senior Center, March 19 at Serigraph Sales, March 26 Samaritan Health Center, and April 2 Cedar Ridge. Nuts are available through our webstore: https://wbend-lioness-lions.terrilynn.com

MARCH 2020 NEWSLETTER

Yeah! Spring is coming and we are Marching into our busy time of year.

Lion Mary Lou and Lion Sue attended District Convention. It was interesting listening to the girl whos’ life was saved by the new machine for cancer treatment. Also, a person spoke about the importance of organ donation and the great need for organs. Her story was about her personal loss of a child from an accident, and how many lives they were able to help. They were both very moving speakers. The state gambling regulators were also very informative about legal and illegal raffles.

February is Heart Healthy Month

February is Heart Healthy Month

Simply go to our webstore: https://wbend-lioness-lions.terrilynn.com

February 2020 Newsletter

A reminder that this month is District Convention on the 21st and 22nd. Registrations were due by Jan 31st for the discounted price, but you can still go; you can even pay at the door, it will just cost more. There are still a few members that have not returned their conv. Raffle ticket money or your unsold tickets! This needs to be given to Lion Sue no later than the dinner meeting so She can take them to convention so you can WIN!

I have received the Farmers Market sign-up. We will be making those decisions at the Feb. board meeting.

OUR SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Would you please purchase a bag of your favorite nuts or candies to help our scholarship fund? Our spring nut sales are just beginning. The dates and places are listed on our link. If you cannot get to one of the sales you may contribute to our cause by following our link to our webstore: https://wbend-lioness-lions.terrilynn.com. We thank you for any help you give us to fund the scholarships.

Dec 2019 and Jan 2020 Students of the Month

Alison Klostermann-January 2020 East High School
Allison Hudson-December 2019 West High School
Charlie Danaher-January 2020 West High School
Dan Ciriacks-December 2019 East High School (not present)

In June two of our students will receive a scholarship from our club.

January 2020 Newsletter

Happy New Year!

With the new year comes some changes. We now have a new zone chair due to Lion Michele Tomaszewski resigning from the West Bend Lions. The new chair is Lion Ray Tweedale from the Richfield club.

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