Our meeting location is Mulligan's at 1359 Hwy. 17-N in Little River across from CVS.
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Our February 21st meeting was chaired by our President Al Cremen. Our February birthdays are Lions Ben Burroughs and Carroll Edwards. Lions Nick and Bruno received their Franklin Mason awards. Lions Judy Cappell and Tamie Fisher will do spot screening at the LRUMC health fair on April 29th. We will be at the St. Pat's parade on March 11th on Main Street in NMB. We have a Candy Day atthe Gator Plaza Walmart on June 3rd and will be holding a pasta supper at LRUMC on March 24th. Our next meeting will be on March 7th.
Lions Nick Lopano and Bruno Stepanski
HWY. 17 CLEAN-UP 2/4/17
Ten of our members collected 12 bags and 180 pounds of trash from Hwy. 90 to Baker Street today for our quarterly pick-up.
LION ED BELLAMY
Lions Bill Watson, PDG Randy Edwards and PDG Marion Schroll recently visited Lion Ed to present him with a plaque as a charter member. Though confined to a wheel chair, Lion Ed is in great shape at 95 years young.
Lion Bill Watson with Lion Ed Bellamy
Lions Bill Watson, PDG Randy Edwards, PDG Marion Schroll and Lion Ed Bellamy
SWAMPFEST AT PLAYCARD PARK NOVEMBER 5, 2016
Lions Matt Davis and Dalphon Thompson introduced some students to what it is like to be blind as they wore blindfolds and walked a trail with a rope for safety, We Serve,
A HANDICAP RAMP ON NOVEMBER 10, 2016
We installed a ramp in North Myrtle Beach this morning for a Lion's mother. It was a cool day; perfect for the 16 foot ramp installation.
The crew arrives and unloads the materials and power cords.
This is where the ramp will be installed.
The support stringers are installed with Gary Zentmiklosy observing.
Lions Nick Lopano, Randy Edwards, Tom Starnick & Marion Schroll set the decking and started on the hand rails after Bruno Stepanski dug the post holes and set the posts.
The homeowner was very pleased with the finished project. Great job Lions. We serve.
ANOTHER HANDICAP RAMP ON AUGUST 4, 2016
Five Little River Lions built a ramp in 22 man hours in Calabash, NC using materials paid for by the Calabash Lions Club. They started at 7:30 AM to beat the hot weather and were finished at 11:30 AM. Great job Lions!
Lions Nick Lopano, Marion Schroll, Bruno Stepanski, Gary Szentmiklosy and Tom Starnick. Nice work Lions. WE SERVE.
Ths picture was taken to include the Calabash Lions who paid for the materials for their resident's ramp.
PLAYCARD PARK CLEAN-UP
We had nine of our Lion members at Playcard Park on February 6th to clean-up the two trails and clean and make minor repairs to the signs with Braille lettering. The walking trail allows visiting blindfolded children to experience what it is like to be blind. We are looking forward to the upcoming trail visit by incoming LCI President Bob Corlew on February 26th around 9 to 9:30 AM. Hopefully we will be blessed with a warm & dry day.
The Team: Lions Brian Hoch, Bruno Stepanski, Randy Gorby, Tom Bast, Tom Starnick, Verne Cappell & PDG Randy Edwards. (Lions Ben Burroughs & PDG Marion Schroll were taking the picture)
Lion Tom Bast led PDG Randy and Lion Brian in the cleaning of the walking trail.
PATRIOT'S DAY SEPTEMBER 11, 2016
A beautiful morning from 8:30 to !0:09 AM for our annual 9-11 remembrance on the Hwy. 90 bridge over Hwy. 17 in Little River. As they do every year, passing cars honked and waved in appreciation for our remembrance of our fallen that fateful day in 2001.
Members face the eastbound traffic on Hwy. 17.
Lions Tom Starnick, Barbara Nelson and Al Cremen.
Lions Randy Gorby, Al Cremen, Gary Szentmiklosy and Tom Starnick.
NMB Lion Nils Regnell joined us agin this year.
PDG Randy Edwards, Barbara Nelson and Judy Wallace.
View of the bridge looking west.
Great job by all ten who attended. We Serve.
35th ANNUAL BLUE CRAB FESTIVAL
This year's festival had the best two day weather we can remember and probably the largest crowds ever. Our club sold a good number of brooms, but not being able to sell water and soda really reduced our income for upcoming community projects. Sunday was busier than prior years which boosted our broom sales. Thanks to all our members who came out to do their shifts. Most time worked were three members, Lions Nick Lopano, Tom Starnick, Randy Gorby and Ben Burroughs.
Lions John Barnhardt & Randy Gorby start the erection of our big sign.
The sign is up as members await the 9 AM opening of thr festival.
Visitors begin to arrive.
Lions Linda Stepanski, Tamie Fisher & Laura Bast discuss the 50/50.
Lions Marion Schroll, Randy Edwards, Nick Lopano & Larry Braham plan the day.
This gives you a good idea of the crowd.
Lion Al Cremen and Dalphon Thompson are ready for the Sunday visitors.
While a few members rest under the tent, Lions Nick and Randy Speak to visitors out front.
Lion Brian Hoch gets his picture with Lion Doris Burroughs & Brian's wife Lion Elaine.
Little River Chamber of Commerce
HIGHWAY 17 LITTER CLEAN-UP
Ten members of our club met at 8 AM on October 1st to pick up litter along Highway 17 from Dunkin Donuts to Baker Street at the Post Office. It was cool when we started, and cool when we finished. They collected 10 bags of litter for a total of 150 pounds. This makes a grand total of 7,845 pounds and 523 bags since July 2007. Our next pick-up is on January 7, 2017 at 9 AM.
Lions Ben Burroughs, Randy Edwards, Tom Bast, Brian Hoch, Bruno Stepanski, Larry Braham, Barbara Nelson & Tom Starnick. Lions Matt Davis and Randy Gorby arrived after the picture was taken. Lion Marion Schroll took the picture.
Lion Tom Starnick is out picking.
Lions return their pails, bags and tools to Lion Marion's car.
You will also notice on the Sun News article below that we were the litter pick-up winners for the entire area of Horry County in 2012.
THE LIGHT IS SHINING
LEFTBANK: What the robber did when his bag was full of money.
LEARN ABOUT LITTLE RIVER, SC
Little River is next to the North Carolina border and just north of Myrtle Beach, SC. It is a small town that lies along both sides of the Intracoastal waterway (pictured). Well worth the visit !!!
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