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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".

December 2019 Newsletter

This Holiday season let us remember the birth of Jesus, Share in the songs of the angels, and the gladness of the shepherds, and worship of the wisemen. “A Christmas Prayer” by
Robert Louis Stevenson

Sept and Nov, Students of the Month

November 2019 Newsletter

In this month of Thanksgiving, Let us remember to be thankful that we can be useful at nut sales, and able to attend our meetings, and help with the students of the month, and pray for members who are having surgery ( Lion Bronwyn) and those that are feeling low. We truly are Blessed, and we are a Blessing to others!

I hope we will be welcoming back the Puldas from their traveling adventures. Can’t wait to hear the stories!

November will be a student of the month meeting. 2 for November and 1 from October!

September & October students of the month

42nd Anniversary of our Club

On October 16 the West Bend Lioness Lions Club celebrated 42 years as a Lions Club. The District Governor, Ron Buschke and his wife Sue, attended. We also honored students from East and West High School for the months of Sept. & Oct. It was a wonderful evening enjoyed by everyone.

WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN US

This month the West Bend Lioness Lions Club will celebrate their 42nd anniversary. We are a group of dedicated volunteers who donate our time to raise money to support our local, state and global communities.
Lions are known for sight conservation efforts including the WI Eye Bank in Madison. Members transport eyes for corneal transplants and research through a network of volunteer Lions from across the state. Our donations to Lions Club International Foundation assist worldwide in disaster situations to alleviate human suffering.

October Newsletter

I would like to start by thanking Lions Bronwyn and Diane for the many hours put in for treasurer training and finishing this years’ budget, Bravo!

The October meeting is our 42nd annual Charter Night! District Gov. Ron Buschke will be our guest. It is also the first meeting of this year’s Lioness/Lions students of the month!

With Lion Julie Pulda out of town, Lion Angie has stepped up to call in the dinner reservations. Please call Lion Angie if you are not coming@ 262-338-8206!

September 2019 Newsletter

Welcome back! I hope a good summer was enjoyed by all!

There have been a few changes to the club over the summer. I received a letter from Nancy. She asked us to forgive her, but due to work commitments and some personal goals, she feels the need to drop out of the club at this time. It made me very sad. I offered many options to her, but she feels this is the right thing for her at this time. I did not want to pressure her because I hope she will return to the club when she is able.

July 2019 Newsletter

Hello Lioness-Lions,

Thank you to all who helped make the annual Butterfly Garden Planting a success. Also thank you to those who donated to the library’s summer reading program. Well wishes to those of you who have been dealing with illnesses. Our thoughts are with you.

BIRTHDAYS
Myra Peters - July 2
Sue Schmitt - July 6

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