Meetings

** OUR 92ND YEAR OF SERVICE **


 

MEETING DATE – Thursday, July 12, 2018

MEETING PLACE - Twins Game at Target Field 

MEETING TIME - Game Time is 7:10 pm

MEETING CHAIRPERSON  -  Lions Ted Takala

GREETERS  -  All Lions at the game.

Tonight's meeting is going to be our annual trip to the Minnesota Twin's game at Target Field.  The Twins will be playing the Tampa Bay Rays.  The first pitch will be at 7:10 pm.  As this bulletin was being typed up, the Twins record was 35-44, while the Rays record was 41-41.  As in the past, you are responsible for your own transportation, food and beverage.  Hopefully no one will be left behind….  For further information please contact mister baseball, himself, Lion Ted Takala.                 

MEETING DATE – Thursday, July 26, 2018

MEETING PLACE -  Lions Park Shelter on County Road 137 

MEETING TIME - 5:30 Social - 6:30 Dinner

MEETING CHAIRPERSON - Lion President Glen Farb  

GREETERS - All St. Cloud Lions

Tonight will be an extra special night at the St. Cloud Lions Park Shelter.  Patty and Dr. Jerry Wetterling will be joining us tonight for the dedication of our new park benches honoring and remembering their son, Jacob Wetterling.  As we all know, Jacob was a boy from St. Joseph, Minnesota who was kidnapped from his hometown and murdered at the age of 11.  His abduction remained a mystery for nearly 27 years.  On September 1, 2016, the FBI recovered his human remains from a pasture near Paynesville, Minnesota, about 30 miles from the site of the abduction.  The benches are our Centennial Project commemorating 100 years of Lionism.  Lion President Glen Farb, who spearheaded this project will also be telling us about his plans for the new Lion year.  Menu will be steaks off the grill.

Birthday wishes to

July    2  - Mark Benson               

July    7  - Beckie Hofer  

July  13  - Clarence Oehrlein

July  18  - Charlie Lindt                             

July  25  - John Schiel

July  25  - Mike Phillips

We Serve...

Nearly 1.4 million Lions members in 193 countries and geographic areas answer the needs that challenge the communities of the world. Lions tackle tough problems like blindness, drug abuse prevention and diabetes awareness. Lions members "men and women" provide immediate and sustained relief in time of disaster and offer long-term assistance to those in need. Lions collect over 5.5 million pairs of recycled eyeglasses for distribution in developing countries and treat millions of people to prevent river blindness.

Here are a few of the things that we do locally. The St. Cloud Lions Club...

...has FUND Raising

April: Pancake Breakfast ($3,000+)
December: Christmas Wreath Sale ($6,000+)

...has FUN Raising

June: Area Lions Clubs Golf Outing
July: Family Picnic in the Park
August: SCLC Golf Outing/Steak Fry
Steak Fry with St. Joe Lions
November: Mystery Bus Trip
December: Members Christmas Party
February: 5M-8 Midwinter Convention
On-Going: Programs and Fellowship

...has SERVICE PROJECTS

Adopted Cabin at Camp Friendship
Adopted Highway and Park Cleanups
Assist with City Tree Planting
Diabetes Awareness Testing
Leaderdog Puppy Socialization
Collect/Recycle Used Eye Glasses
Provide New Glasses and Hearing Aids for Citizens in Need

Project New Hope
Building Handicapped Ramps
Ring Salvation Army Bell at Christmas

...has DONATED Over the Years!!!

Boys and Girls Clubs: $20,000+
Boy Scouts: $40,000+
Camphill Village 
Flood Victims 
Friendship Ventures 
Furnished Eye Glasses
Girl Scouts
Lions Diabetes
Lions District 5M-8 Hearing Foundation
Lions Eye Bank
Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF)
Lions Leaderdog 
Lions MAC Center 
Lions Park Shelter: $80,000
Lions Peace Poster Contest
Lions Youth Outreach
Mid-Minnesota Eye Clinic
Salvation Army Service Dogs of Minnesota
Volunteer Labor
Waite Park Fire Department
Waite Park Police Department

COMMUNITY LEADERS

Lions improve the quality of life in their local communities by building parks, supporting hospitals and establishing water treatment programs. For 85 years, whenever there is a need at home or around the world, Lions members are there to help. INTERNATIONAL MONTHLY NEWSLETTER:

http://www.lionsclubs.org/EN/content/news_news_online.shtml 

RECYCLED EYEGLASSES "DROP-SITES"

Below is a partial list of locations that old eyeglasses can be dropped off for recycling.

Benson Funeral Home - 1111 25th Ave S, St. Cloud
Billig Opticians - 20 9th Ave N, St. Cloud
Coborn's Grocery Stores
Denny and Kathy's Hardware - Centennial
Gaida Optical - 1545 Northway Drive, St. Cloud
GW Coffee & Tobacco - 21 Wilson Ave NE, St. Cloud
JC Penney Optical - Crossroads
Lantz Optical - 900 St Germain St W, St. Cloud
Lions Park Shelter - (by Bethlehem Lutheran Church)
Marketplace (breakroom)
Pinecone Vision Center - 2380 Troop Drive, Ste 201, Sartell
Plaza Park Bank - Waite Park
Sears Eye Glass Center - Crossroads
Shopko Optical East - 501 Hwy 10 SE, St. Cloud
Shopko Optical West - 4161 2nd St S, St. Cloud
St. Augustine's Church - 442 2nd St. SE, St. Cloud
Vision World - Crossroads
Wal-Mart Eye Center
Wells Fargo Bank - 400 S 1st St., Downtown St. Cloud
Whitney Senior Center - 1529 Northway Drive, St. Cloud
Any Lion Member

WEBSITE: DISTRICT 5M-8:

Check out the District's website for an up-to-date "Calendar of Events" at http://www.lions5m8.org  

 

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