EL CAJON VALLEY HOST LIONS NEWSLETTER
June 21, 2021 Members: 28 Guests: 10
Facebook: El Cajon Valley Host Lions Club
Opening: Pres. Mike
Song Master: Phil Smith & in remembrance of PP Jerry H Song: Grand Old Flag
Pledge of Allegiance: Keith Invocation: Paul T
|Suanne & Andrew White LSHF ECTLC; Deborah Braun, Cheree McColley I.B. Lions,PCT Helen Quintanilla SD Executive Lions from LSH;||Helen Zamora and Valerie Fletcher||Carole Hanen Chino Valley Lioness Club AZ|
Warren Walters of Mondsee, Austria;
a very adorable and precocious 8- year old young lady Adriana Winters.
GOOD TO SEE: Tom Hoban
HELEN KELLER QUOTE by: Bruce Boorman:
“Often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one that has opened for us”.
ANNOUNCEMENTS/GOOD OF THE ORDER:
.We will be DARK on Monday July 5th.
Sec Paul W reported our club has served 136,000 people making us #1 in District 4L6-Congrats!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU
Yvonne Paris 6/3, Gary Sims 6/4, Cathy Bailes 6/10, Tony Forchette 6/13, Cathy Zieman 6/16, Jason Taub 6/24, Grant Thiem and Jay Jacobson 6/26.
GOOD CHEER: Get well soon Lion David Huntamer. Happy to hear your recent back surgery was successful.
Hope those missing from the meetings are not ill but if so our best wishes for you to get well real soon.
IF you know of any members who are in distress, sick or in the hospital, PLEASE notify PP Yvonne so our good wishes can be conveyed to him/her. Paris4L6@cox.net 619/838-4262
CALENDAR OF UPCOMING EVENTS:
July 8th – ECVH LC Board Meeting 6PM Elks Lodge Conference Room
July 15th – ECVL Foundation Board Meeting 6PM Elks Lodge Conference Room
July 25 – Lions Camp Jack at Whispering Winds in Julian (1st and only week this year). Fishing Tues, Wed and Thursday. BBQ by El Cajon Valley Host Sun 7/25.
July 30th – El Cajon Valley Host Lions “Day at the Races” 4PM Sign up sheets available See PP Gary Sims
Oct 9th – ECVH LC Picnic at PP Chris’ country estate 1PM
VICE PRESIDENTS REPORTS:
1st Veep Rob Ransweiler: MIA
2nd Carl Ruiz: No Report
3rd Veep Fabian Vereda:
Gary S “Day at the Races” on July 30th. Parking passes are required and must be purchased in advance of the event. Go to www.dmtc.com/groupsales-parking . Gates open at 2:30PM and 1st race is 4PM. Masks are not requred
Membership Chair Cathy Bailes: Progress
PP RAY’S RAMBLINGS: BFF’s Rose and Barb – about softball in heaven
HAPPY DOLLARS AND OTHER NONSENSE: TT Bob Moreau extracted the dollars
.Yvonne $5 today is Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year
.Walt $10 bought a new car – KIA Rio
.Cathy $ Padres won 4 against Cinn and are playing the Dodgers tonight
.Ray H $40 – just being a good guy
.Paul T $5 for 4 Padres wins and his son took him to Fathers Day game yesterday
.Warren (guest) $2 good to be at our meeting
.Mike R $5 lotsa guests and apologies for not getting all names pronounced correctly 1st time
.Helen Q $10 her nephew will be throwing out the first pitch at a Padre game soon
.Tom H $50 big winner at poker and donated TT Moreau’s losses. Also on his recent trip on his yacht to Cabo, he caught 3 Marlin. Congrats Tom!
Susan White, President, Sight and Hearing Foundation Board
LSH is a 501c3 and very thankful for our annual donation. LSH is moving into the Central Coast of Northern California. The Lions Sight and Hearing Foundation of So. CA typically provides nearly $700,000 of service to restore sight & hearing thanks to their team of providers and donors. Donations from individuals, companies and private/corporate foundations allow the Lions S&H Foundation to help meet their mission of restoring the gifts of sight and hearing. To qualify individuals income is $16-$25,000/year.
Applications are available at www.lshf.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. Anyone can recommend individuals who could use their help.
Winner of Attendance Drawing: Jeff Winters $30 donated to City of Hope
Winner of 50/50 Drawing: Keith Bailes $53
ATTENDANCE IS THE PRICE OF MEMBERSHIP
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