A Founding Lions Club - in our Next 100 Years of Service
or send checks & registration form to: Little Rock Founders Lion Club
P.O. Box 15
Little Rock, AR 72203
501-819-2128 call or text
8:00 AM - Market Opens
9:30 AM - Balloon giveaway
10:00 AM - EastInitiative Program I
11:00 AM - AR Accordion Association (AAA) performs
12 noon - Commercial Drone Demo I
12:30 PM - AAA, AR Lions & friends sing
"Happy Birthday LIONS (100)"
1:00 PM - Commercial Drone Demo II
2:00 PM - East Initiative Program II
3:00 - Balloon giveaway
4:00 - Market Closes
Vendor Unload/Setup - 5 AM to 7 AM
Streets Closed - 7:30 AM
Vendor Load - 4 PM to 6 PM
March 22, 2017 Program Guest Speaker
Director Norine Westerbeck
Arkansas Blind Camp
Presentation & information for volunteers for the Summer 2017 Arkansas Blind Camp
March 8, 2017 Program Guest Speaker
Oklahoma and Arkansas
American Red Cross
February 22, 2017 Program Guest Speaker
Lion Bethany Howell
February 8, 2017 Program Guest Speaker
Arkansas ranks first in the nation in senior hunger. Tomiko Townley, outreach manager of the Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance, spoke to Little Rock Founders Lions yesterday. In the coming year DHS and the Hunger Relief Alliance hope to raise public awareness of the problems senior citizens face in having sufficient food. This also affects health and the economy. Ms. Townley gave out recipe cards, statistical information sheets, and reusable grocery bags at the end of her interesting presentation.
January 25, 2017 Program Guest Speaker
Amy Millea, Marketing Director of Woodland Heights Assisted Living, will speak on their features & benefits of resident living at their facilities located at 8700 Riley Road, Little Rock, AR. They will have an Open House for all the AL & MC Neighborhood "Hillcrest" on February 7th, from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM, with drinks and hors d'ouerves served..
Call Amy at 501.813.6434
December 14, 2016 Program
"Dr. Andrew Rogerson begins his tenure as the 10th Chancellor of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
There’s a unique synergy that can be created when programs and research are interwoven into a growing community and economy, and my goal is to tap into that to help UALR reach its maximum potential."1
"Dr. Andrew Rogerson began his journey as the new chancellor of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock on Sept. 1.
Rogerson and his wife Janessa came to UALR from California, where Rogerson was provost and vice president of academic affairs at Sonoma State University, part of the California State University system.
A native of Scotland, Rogerson earned both an undergraduate honors degree in biology and a doctorate in protozoan ecology. He has been a professor, scholar, and senior administrator at leading universities in England, Canada, and the United States, including Marshall University and Fresno State."2
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