November 2020 Tattle-Tailer Report

Whitehall Lions Club

The Club has continued to hold virtual teleconference business meetings.  

The Club hosted Center for Vision Loss CEO Dennis Zehner on November 2. His message theme focused on the many ways Lions can support the causes of CVL. The Club presented Mr. Zehner with a check in support of CVL.

The COVID pandemic continues to impact the Club with a curtailment of many planned activities.  We are hoping restrictions will ease soon and we can safely engage the community!

  • Individual Lions Service Recognition
  • Youth

The Youth Committee and the Club supported a local needy family with many children in the purchase of food for a holiday celebration. 

  • Community Support/Fundraising

The Fundraising Committee will meet December 3 to set goals for future projects.

The Club is supporting the “Reverse Advent calendar” concept by donating food to the needy in the community.  Pickup will be December 5 at the WTPL site.

The Club donated funds to support the purchase of large-print books at the WTPL.

  • Fundraising-Administrative

The Club is selling Club 2021 calendars donated by a member to support the Administrative Fund projects .

  • Environment
  • Community Awareness
  • Hearing Conservation 
  • Childhood Cancer
  • Vision Conservation

CVL CEO Dennis Zehner suggested the Club’s possible support of CVL clients by acquiring and delivering groceries to these clients.

  • Diabetes Awareness

The November 14 activity at the Whitehall Pharmacy was postponed due to pandemic concerns.

  • Lions Supporting Lions

The Hearing Conservation Committee has been asked to present a static display at the District Convention next year.

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