Meetings

Chesapeake Southside Lions Club

Thank you for supporting the Southside Lions Club Drive for Sight.  Congratulations to the winners listed below:

Place Ticket # Name Sold by Prize
         
25 157 Jackie Jarboe Neil Burke  $                     100
50 178 Mike Failla Mike Failla  $                     100
75 111 Toni Ferrari Nina Ambrose  $                     100
100 221 Carol Horner Bruce Horner  $                     100
125 223 Juluis Miller Bruce Horner  $                     100
150 22 Bill Wood WT Perkins  $                     100
175 246 Jerry Crain David Horner  $                     100
200 201 Marcia Grant Bruce Horner  $                     100
225 182 Barry Grodin Barry Grodin  $                     100
250 332 Daule Bill Morgan  $                     100
275 90 Deborah Vaughan WT Perkins  $                     100
300 314 Patrick D Montgomery Pat Montomery  $                     100
325 79 Women of the Moose 947 WT Perkins  $                     100
350 60 Wayne Bell WT Perkins  $                     100
375 365 Alvin/Paula Rodgers Joe Schaedel  $                     100
3rd 62 Thomas Dunn WT Perkins  $                  1,000
2nd 103 Tim Allison Tim Allison  $                  2,000
1st  107 Pamela Johnson Tim Allison  $                  5,000
The Southside Lions Club was chartered on April 12, 1948 with 26 members and now has a membership of 58.  The club has provided two District Governors:  Louis L. Dillon (1957-1958) and Dick Knox (2006-2007).
 
The Southside Lions Club has a strong history in community involvement and was the first organization in Virginia to sponsor the Juvenile Court Conference Committee.  When Chesapeake General Hospital was getting "off the ground"  the club committed $15,000 to that campaign.  In 1994, the club inducted its first women members, Lion Connie L. Perkins and Lion Sharon Stone.  Now there are 10 women in the club.
 
The club recently celebrated its 65th anniversary at Traditions at Las Gaviotas.
 
Southside Lions Club sponsored the Virginia Beach Bayside Lions Club on September 4, 1951.
 
The Southside Lions Club holds several fund raising activities throughout the year in order to fund our sight and hearing programs as well as other needed services in our community in addition to national and international crisis relief to help those in greatest need.  We also provide volunteers for local service activities to better our community.
 

 

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