EL CAJON VALLEY HOST LIONS NEWSLETTER
September 20, 2021 Members: 27 Guests: 2
Facebook: El Cajon Valley Host Lions Club
Opening: Pres. Mike
Song Master: Chris Bramwell Song: God Bless America
Pledge of Allegiance: Keith Bailes Invocation: Martin Rosales
|Cecelia McNabb guest/fiance’ of Ed Waymire;||Martin Rosales guest speaker|
Good to See: PP Ed Waymire
Helen Keller Quote by: PP Bruce Boorman
“The most pathetic person in the world is someone who has sight but has no vision.”
Announcements/Good of the Order:
.Jason bought Ray a new joke book from which he did not read today’s rambling but rather a little ditty from PP Chris.
.PP Chris requested members bring desserts for the picnic but please, no ‘commercial’ cookies – homemade is always better for any dessert. A sign-up sheet will be circulated for desserts so we don’t have dessert for 200 and 50 attendees.
.Sec Paul reported the 2nd District 4L-6 Membership Meeting will be held Nov 13th 10AM at the Blind Community Center on Upas.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU
Terry Winegar 9/11, Kirby Morrison 9/15, Jim Sing 9/16, Jonathan Martin 9/19, Mark Krause
9/22, Mercy Walters 9/25
GOOD CHEER: Sec Paul will begin his cancer treatments right away so please keep him in your prayers to complete the series cancer-free.
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
OCT 7th- ECVH LC Night Meeting 6PM Elks Lodge
OCT 9th – ECVH LC Picnic at IPP Chris’ country estate 1PM
OCT 14th – ECVH LC Board Meeting 6PM Elks Lodge Conference Room
OCT 24th – ECVH LC Pancake Breakfast 8AM – 12 Noon – Elks Lodge $10 pp Tickets soon
VICE PRESIDENTS REPORTS:
1st Veep Rob Ransweiler: Rob says tickets and the flyer for the pancake breakfast will be available soon. For all who will be cooking in the kitchen for our pancake breakfast you will need a current Food Handlers Certificate. To obtain go to www.AAAFoodHandlers.com then go to the San Diego County link. The certificate is good for 3 years, the fee is nominal and the club will reimburse your cost.
2nd Veep Carl Ruiz: MIA
3rd Veep Fabian Vereda: MIA
If you know of someone interested in employment at Fabian’s business, AAMCO, please have them contact Fabian directly – cell 619-888-9574 or bus 619-442-0404. Location is 355 N Johnson in El Cajon. His email is email@example.com.
Membership Chair Cathy Bailes: No report
PP Ray’s Ramblings:
President Reagan liked to tell stories and this one became a chicken joke about a 3-legged chicken and drumsticks.
HAPPY DOLLARS AND OTHER NONSENSE:
Exempt Badges for September: Tom H, Tom N, Len, Chris, Tony
.Walt $5 – had a root canal done by none other than of our own PP Jay Jacobson (Endodontist)
.Ed $5 – very happy and celebrating his one year anniversary with his new bike which now has 15K miles on it. Ed recently did a poker run to raise money for cancer.
.Paul W $10 – for our speaker Martin and the great counselors at Whispering Winds
.Cathy $5 – for our speaker Martin
.Mike R $5 – for the great counselors at Whispering Winds for Camp Jack
.Len $1 – glad Machado came down hard on his team mates
.Chris $20 – was happy to meet Peninsula Lion Bill Klees at the Camp Jack fund raiser and the promise that Bill will bring him a big gold LION necklace (although he could order one from LCI).
.Jim Sing $10 – celebrating his 65th wedding anniversary with his beautiful wife Jill
.Martin $20 – in honor of ECVH Lions and other Lions who help at Camp Jack.
Martin Rosales, Executive Director at Whispering Winds Campgrounds in Julian
WW was started by a Catholic couple who wanted to share the camping experience with others. The fires of 2003 destroyed WW but through major community donors the camp was rebuilt bigger and better than ever. They continue to expand services and special activities as funds permit.
Martin presented a 2-minute video on what WW is all about and why they exist. WW hosts specialty groups such as seniors, kids with special needs. couples retreats and retreats for businesses and other organizations. He then presented an 8-minute on this years Lions Camp Jack experience.
Major comments from the campers include that they loved the food and sleeping on a mattress. The parents loved hearing their children’s enthusiasm about camp and a few whose kiddos want to become counselors at WW someday.
9/27 Susanna Hogan from Helen Keller National Center
WINNER OF ATTENDANCE DRAWING Grant Thiem MIA so next week $30
WINNER OF OPPORTUNITY DRAWING Yvonne $53
ATTENDANCE IS THE PRICE OF MEMBERSHIP
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