Meetings

Hello Fellow Lions,

We enjoyed two great speakers this month. On March 11, Warden William Hyatte from the Miami State Correctional Facility spoke about its Facility in Bunker Hill, Indiana. We learned that the inmates are helping the surrounding communities with donations to community projects.

On March 25, Crystal Sandborn spoke about Cross America ministries in Kokomo. Cross America’s goal is to send a small, metal cross with Romans 10:9-10 explaining the plan of salvation to each household by zip code. This facility was
formerly 84 Lumber in Kokomo. Cross America offers the Doubting Thomas Café, a 410 seat auditorium, several meeting rooms, work area, and live entertainment. So far, 850,000 crosses and brochures have been mailed by many volunteers. Their goal is to send 114 million crosses. Wow, what a vision!

On March 14, 2019, ten Greentown Lions: Tom Moor, Gary Duncan, Matt Jensen, PaulHubbard, Bill Holt, Jean Ann Wise, Wayne Sozansky, Henry Rodriquez, Vince Janicke, and Mike Imbler learned how to perform CPR on adults and children. The instructors illustrated how to use a defibrillator. Hopefully we will not have to be called to use it, but if so, there are ten Lions who can carry out this process.

The 25-D District Convention was held on Saturday, March 23 at Ivy Tech facility in Marion, Indiana. The luncheon speaker was International Director Pat Vannett from Manden, North Dakota. She spoke on service to your community and also
encouraged every Lion to have a three minute Lion moment relating how they helped a person with a need. All of the District committees reported on their activities. It was very interesting and the meal was great.

We welcome new member Jim Wise. Lion Jim was sponsored by
Lion Jason Wise.

It's GREAT to be a LION,
Lion President Mike Imbler

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