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Birch Sturm Award

Here is a picture of our second recipient, Bronwyn Weber.

Birch-Sturm Awards

On December 16, 2015 Barbara Weyer and Bronwyn Weber were awarded Birch-Sturm Fellowships, in recognition of their commitment to serving the people in their community and beyond. The awards were presented by Zone Chairperson, Brenda Rummke;
The Fellowship is named in honor of the only two Presidents of Lions Clubs International from Wisconsin, Frank Birch and Clarence Sturm. This Fellowship honors those who exemplify undying dedication and commitment to humanitarian works.

DECEMBER 2015 NEWSLETTER

It is time to give thanks and appreciate others as we enter the season of Christmas. Being a Lioness means exactly that. I am proud to be a part of such a wonderful group that strives to help others in need. Please keep in mind that as we continue to help others, we need to appreciate the ones that also help us.
“To be careful with my criticism and liberal with my praise; to build up and not destroy.”

Dates to remember:
Dec. 3-- Cedar Ridge nut Sale 9am-3pm
Dec 5-- Enchantment in the park 5pm till over
Dec 12-- 9-4pm “Christmas Fair to Remember”

November 2015 Newsletter

All the projects for William and Moose are completed and have gone well. Lion Mary Lou has advised me that Moose is almost paid for. Good job to all of us that helped make that possible. There will be a Meet and Greet at Texas Road house on November 23 from 5:00pm to 7:30pm to meet Moose. All are welcome and if you stay to eat 10% of the bill will go to Moose. This will probably cover the approximately $300 left to go.

Diabetic Service Dog for William Springer

A Bowling event was held on Sunday November1 at King Pin Bowling in West Bend. There was also a silent auction, bake sale and raffles. This event raised $2,500. We are now only about $300 short of our goal. William's dog Moose will arrive Nov. 20 and there will be a "Meet and Greet" event at the Texas Road House on Monday Nov. 23 from 5:00pm to 7:30pm. Those that choose to eat that night, 10% of the dinner bill will go to Moose's fund.

Diabetic Service Dog for William Springer

Nine members from our club, along with spouses and friends, attended the comedy night event at the Mineshaft in Hartford. This fundraiser raised $1,600 for William's dog. It was a fun night and enjoyed by all.

UPCOMING NUT SALES

Our Fall and Winter Terri Lynn nut sale fundraisers are about to commence. We are proud to have been selling Terri Lynn, Inc. nuts and candies for eleven years. Here is a list of scheduled sales for Fall of 2015 and Winter 2016.
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• Friday, October 16, 12:00 to 4:30pm at Glacier Hills Credit Union.

• Friday, October 23, 4 pm to 8 pm and Saturday October 24, 9 am to 4 pm at the “Fall Fair to Remember” at Washington County Fair Park.

• Thursday, November 12, 9:30 am to 3:30 pm at Samaritan Health Center.

October 2015 Newsletter

We have a lot of special events this month; we will start with a WALK FOR THE CURE OF DIABETES the goal is to promote awareness and $2900 in research. We were asked to participate in this event on Saturday OCT. 10 It will be 9am until noon at Ridge Run Park. We will need to know if anyone is interest.

Charter Night will be Oct. 21st at the Ridge please bring your raffle gifts we will have the District Governor attending that night. This is the night we celebrate our when we chartered to become a part of Lions International.

Diabetic Service Dog for William Springer

The West Bend Lioness Lion’s Club along with other area Lion’s Clubs will be helping a boy from Slinger to obtain a Diabetic Alert Dog. William Springer is 17 and was diagnosed with Type I diabetes the summer of 2013. On April 25, 2014, he received a severe concussion from a soccer ball to the head. Since the concussion, he has not been able to recognize or feel the lows and highs in his blood sugar.

September 2015 Newsletter

German fest went well, we are done till next year when Habitat for Humanity will take over.
The board will be taking a vote for going to Mine shaft for William Springer's fund raiser. The dinner meeting may be changed to Oct 22. More details to come.
Nuts will be arriving in October. We will be starting our Fall sales soon. Angie’s son in law has offered to help us with transporting the nuts to and from show this year.

Dates to remember
Dinner meeting Sept. 16th
Board meeting Oct. 7th

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