Meetings

The Holt Lions Club meets the first and third Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Delhi Cafe, 4625 Willoughby Rd., Holt, Michigan

July normally has only one special meeting, the summer picnic and is not on the normal schedule. 

Highlights of some meetings are below!

June 5, 2014

One of the best meetings of the year.  This year was the 42th annual Holt Lions Sports Night.  Where we give the head coach of every sports program at Holt High School a chance to brag about his "unsung hero" of his/her sport. 

Below Holt High School Athletes and some of their coaches. Every year Director of Athletics Mr. Rick Schmidt talks about how special Sports Night is to the students and coaches at Holt High School.

  

 

February 17, 2011

Deputy Sheriff Brad Delaney did a program on the new Faces Software Program that the Holt Lions purchased for his department. Deputy Delaney showed us how the drawing of faces from memory can be done using this new software.

April 15, 2010

At the Holt Lions meeting on April 15, 2010, Lion Charles Blackburn (left), Lioness Phyllis Blackburn (center) representing Bear Lake Camp receive from Holt Lions President Dr Tim Fauser (right) a check for $2,000.00 to go towards the purchase and installation of backup electrical generators for Bear Lake Camp.

Below, at its regular meeting on April 15, 2010, the Holt Lions Club had the opportunity to help the Holt Kiwanis Club and the Hayhoe Asphalt Company, Relay For Life team. The Holt Lions presented a $500.00 check to John and Gail Hayhoe that is going to the American Cancer Society. That will help Hayhoe Asphalt and Holt Kiwanis Relay For Life team meet its fund raising goal.  Shown in the picture is President of the Holt Lions Club, Dr. Tim Fauser (right), Gail Hayhoe (center) and Lion John Hayhoe (left) owner of Hayhoe Asphalt. Gail Hayhoe and Lion John and his company have been active long time supporters of the Holt Relay For Life. 

 

April 1, 2010

One of our frequent visitors, Brad Walker from the Radio Reading Service, formerly known as Radio Talking Books, updated us on the "Service" and why it's new name fits better in describing what it does for the blind and reading impaired today.   In the picture below, President Lion Tim Fauser presents a special check to the Radio Reading Service.

 

 

 February 18, 2010

Lion President Tim Fauser thanks Lion Tyler Colton, CEO of the Michigan Braille Transcribing for his informative talk on the status of Braille Transcribing.

 

 

 

 

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