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Sayner Star Lake Lioness - We Serve, TOO 

"If a group includes more women, its collective intelligence rises." Anita Woolley and Thomas Malone, Harvard Business Review


Sayner Star Lake Lioness Membership Chairperson Joan Kazda assists the induction of a new Lioness member Julie Greely

                           

 
 
 
 
Lioness Kathy & Lioness Joann help in serving the record crowd that attended fund-raiser dinner.
 
 
 
 
The the 20 Sayner Spring Stampede is held in the community buildings in Sayner Wi. The Stampede is a rubber art stamp and scrapbooking event.The Stampede features 16 different booths most with "make +takes", a huge rummage type new/used stamp (and supplies) sale, special interest classes on Friday, Sat. (after 4) and Sunday, a chance to win one of two prizes for ATC/trades..., great food at the Lioness Cafe and.... an opportunity to explore one of the truly great little towns of Northern Wi. Doors open at 9 a.m. on Sat. and the expo. ends at 4 p.m. Cost is $5.00 at the door. Over the past 14 years monies earned at the Stampede have been used to give back to the community in countless ways. We are very proud to grant two scolarships every year. We have been honored to help with the establishment of the "Veteran's Grove" in Sayner, help with the new public pier and give yearly support to the library, fire dept, EMTs ect. ect. The Stampede has a reputation for being one of the friendliest, most fun conventions to attend. Try us out. You don't really want to go fishing do you?
 

 

Let's get all our ducks in a row  

 

Wisconsin Lioness - http://www.wisconsinlioness.org There are more than 2,800 Wisconsin Lioness members in 104 communities statewide.  Lioness members are affiliate members of Lions Clubs 

 

 

Sayner/Star Lake Lioness Events -----

 

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Carole from Froelich's Sayner Lodge hosted a successful benefit on behalf of the Lionesses at Sayner Lodge on June 3 to raise funds for the Veterans park project in front of the community center.

Thank you Carole
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
"When will it be Done"

 

 

   Donations from the Lions and Lioness clubs assist with the construction Plum Lake's new Veterans Memorial.

 

 

 

Lion William Maines, Director Ida Nemec, Lioness Kathy McCaughn, Lion Doug McKay


Women in Lions -  Past District Governor Shirley was the first women District Governor for our C2 district. We congratulate Lion Shirley on the accomplishments in the good will of Lions - Reaching, Touching and Improving Lives. This past year her travels have pronounced an important message we all should reach for;

"Lions are providing the service given by its volunteers willing to shared their time, talent and treasure to help those in need throughout the world. Just imagine our world if the spirit of the Lions became part of everyone’s life". Shirley

Happy Trails PDG Lion Shirley in all your endeavors !r

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Sayner Star Lake Lioness Philanthropies:  

Xerophthalmia (Dry Eyes)  NorthWoods Children's Museum

Youth Soccer                       Lions Camp

Mission to Mexico                Children's Christmas Gathering

Northland Pines High School Scholarships

Leader Dog                         Sayner/Saint Germain Softball

Angel on My Shoulder         Lions Eye Bank of Wisconsin

Hearing Fund                       Plum Lake Ambulance (EMS)

Vials County Food Pantry    Plum Lake Fire Department

Vilas Animal Shelter            Headwaters Search & Rescue

Salvation Army                     Lakeland Hospice House

Vilas County Museum           Tri-County Domestic Abuse Shelter

University Wisconsin Pediatric Eye Clinic

Northland Pines High School Band Uniform Fund

Star Lake Pier Project         Wisconsin Lions Foundation

Plum Lake Library                 Sayner Bike Trail

Big Brothers Big Sisters

 

 

 

 Sayner Star Lake Lioness // Charter Members 35 // Second November, 1983

Lioness Mary Benz

Lioness Nancy Buell

Lioness Hazel Key

Lioness Rose Kimmel

Lioness Kathy McCaughn                                                             

Lioness Nancy Mink

Lioness Peg Moss

Lioness Marlene Peterson

Lioness Karen Reed

Lioness Donna Renk

Lioness Marjorie Singer                                                      

Lioness Delores Stern                                          

Lioness June Ward                                             

Lioness Judith Weber

Lioness Geraldine Worthern

Lioness Donna Garniere

Lioness Pat Froelich                                                                    

Lioness Mary Lou Burkhart

Lioness Lois Errington

Lioness Caroline Jensen

Lioness Janet Kazda                                           

Lioness Carla Morrell

Lioness Belinda Reith                                               

Lioness Charlotte Tameling

Lioness Ina Taylor   

                                                        www.wisconsinlioness.org  

MD27-C2 Lioness Charter Dates

2/4/2017

Boulder Junction Lioness Club                     Charter Date:     October 20, 1991

Elcho Pelican Lioness Club                            Charter Date:     July 1, 1979

Gilman  Lioness Club                                       Charter Date:     October 20, 1979

Hurley Lioness   Club                                       Charter Date:     August 27, 1994

Lake Tomahawk Lioness Club                      Charter Date:     December 4, 1989

Manitowish Waters Lioness Club               Charter Date:     May 1, 1978

Mellen  Lioness Club                                       Charter Date:     October. 5, 1976

Presque Isle Lioness Club                              Charter Date:     October 8, 1985

Mercer Lioness Club                                        Charter Date:     November 16, 1978

Sayner Star Lake Lioness Club                    Charter Date:     November 2, 1983

St. Germain Lioness Club                               Charter Date:     June 24, 1985

 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Lions Along the Great Wisconsin River   

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 Creating A Club Website - clicking with "e-Clubhouse"

Move To Grow - Reach, Touch and Improve Lives – Transfusion, Transition, Transformation (TTT) – and your own e-Clubhouse Web site are excellent channels for club enhancement.

 

The Lion world of today can be communicated down to the local level with the innovation of the new e-Clubhouse technology. Using this tool to broadcast the good work of Lions can provide tempting avenues for Public Relations in your community.Great Lion website designs will spur curiosity, spike awareness, and have some significance to many Lion ventures local and world wide.

Rewards abound can be realized:If your site is member orientated.Have current displays of the information.Offers direction for members or prospective Lions to provide, serve, and excel in their community.If your site has recognition for achievements and accomplishments.Instills overwhelming volunteerism with-in the club and around the world.If your site spurs curiosity, spikes awareness, and have some significance to our Lion ventures.

Getting the word out about your new site is important. Include the Web site address in your newsletters, your local newspaper, on billboards, on your agenda’s and your stationary. Also ask other local websites to include a link on their site.

 

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