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District 19C NEWSLETTER JULY 2006 District Governor Tom Lonn To all the Lions in District C, it is with great pleasure that we get to DISTRICT EVENTS serve such a great District! We have MARK YOUR CALENDAR a great slate of Chairpersons in the District Cabinet, Zone Chairs and Lions Journey for Diabetes from what we have seen at the Saturday, July 22, 2006 Leadership Training sessions, we At the Rail Trail in Orting, across from have Club Officers who will help us the Eagles Hall live up to our Lions motto of “WE $50 donation gets you a t-shirt, door Serve.” prize ticket, and free lunch after the walk Our District motto this year is Entry Deadline is July 15, 2006 for “Lions on the Move” and to that end shirts, lunch and door prize we are going to work to help clubs that need help and get Contact: Lion Shannon Grace, 253-848- them to be healthy clubs again. We have a Retention Chair 3390; firstname.lastname@example.org on the Cabinet who is going to help promote a binder that will help in orientation and retention for new members as District Cabinet Meeting well as any Lion that wants to know more about their club. Friday, July 28, 2006 An example of this binder will be available to any club that At the Alpine Retirement Center in wants it and it can be adapted however a club wants to use Shelton it. Social: 6:15 pm; Dinner 7 pm We will strive to maintain the team work that has been in Cost: $10 pp place in District C for some time now and we can best do RSVP Please: Lion Ed Brend, 360-455- that by being available with whatever help clubs in the 0185; email@example.com District may need. We have excellent Leadership, Membership, Public Relations and Resource Chairs and Banner Passing they are willing to help. One of our other goals is to follow Friday, August 25, 2006 up with Extension of at least one new club for District C At the Tacoma Elks Club, this year. Extension Chair Pete Gomes and his team started 1925 S. Union, Tacoma a new club in Tacoma (see article) just before the end of DG Social: 6 pm; Dinner: 6:45 pm Ida Malone‟s year. We also would like to bring in some Cost: $ 20 pp (Seafood Buffet) new Leo Clubs into the District. RSVP Please: ZC Marilynn Danby We are looking forward to seeing all the Lions in District (h) 253-471-0180 (w) 253-476-6451 C during our visitations and at other Lion events during this (c) 253-208-4556; firstname.lastname@example.org year. Yours in Lionism, DG Tom Lions on the Move Coming Soon To a Theatre Close To You “MD 19 Fall Forum” Ocean Shores, WA October 20 & 21, 2006 More information follows in next months Newsletter. Stay Tuned. Covington Lions Club Covington Days Festival, organized by the Tenino Lions Club Covington Lions, will be held on July 28- The Tenino Lions recently presented four 29, 2006, thanks to a $10,000 donation new bikes (2 girl & 2 boy) to Tenino students from Wal-Mart. Lion Judy Swanbeg, co- in their ―Bikes for Books‖ project. This club chair of the event, said the festival was is also participating in the Tenino about to be canceled because of a money Centennial on Saturday, July 22, 2006. shortage. The community parade is open They will organize the parade, have a food to ―anybody who wants to join,‖ says booth in the park and again at the concert Judy. A big THANKS to Wal-Mart for that evening. Former President and Life saving the day!!! Member, Al Hacker, will be one of the Parade Marshals. Tumwater Lions Club The Tumwater Lions recently awarded Puyallup Lions Club four $500 scholarships to students from Lion Terri Soliz was presented the coveted the Black Hills High School and Melvin Jones Fellowship by her fellow club Tumwater High School. In addition, Lion members. Congratulations Terri ! Tom Leal was presented a Melvin Jones Fellowship for his outstanding service to New Lions Club in Zone C-1 the community and to the Tumwater Thanks to the help of District C Extension Lions. Congratulations Tom!! Chair, Pete Gomes, and the Tacoma Southeast Lions Club, a new club has been Bonney Lake Lions Club established in the Tacoma Lincoln area. Bonney Lake Lions will be hosting a Lions They have 26 charter members signed up. Info table, hot dog/soda pop stand, Blood Info on Charter Night will be out soon. Drive Van and the Lions Health Screening Van (Sunday only) at the Lakewood Korean Lions Bonney Lake Days scheduled for August The Lakewood Korean Lions will have their 18,19, 20, 2006. More info can be found installation of new Officers on Thursday, by contacting the event coordinator, July 20, 2006, at Lieu’s Restaurant, 12151 David Wells, at email@example.com- Pacific Ave S, Parkland. Installing officer lake.wa.us Bonney Lake Lions also plan will be the ―infamous‖ ZC Marilynn Danby. to open their ―Lions 4 Kids‖ Clothing Please call Charlie Chan, 253-434-4466 if Bank on August 21st. you plan to attend. Camp Leo Needs Help Camp Leo is still looking for volunteers to help in the kitchen during their August 13-19 session. They hope to get enough volunteers for two shifts (shift 1-breakfast & lunch, shift 2 – dinner). The camp also needs a group to clean up on Saturday. Call Pauline Ostheller, 360-598-2239 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. to schedule a time. Reflections on the Lions International Convention Boston 2006 by District Governor Tom Lonn We had a good time in Boston, with the District Governor’s training taking up the first four days we were there. The nine Governors from MD 19 were all there and we did quite a few things together and we bonded together as a group. During the training, our International President, Jimmy Ross, talked to the 756 District Governors elect on three occasions. Jimmy Ross is a great speaker and his views are the same as what we would like to do in District C. He sees us first taking care of our communities and where our members live. If we do this, we will encourage other community-minded citizens to join our clubs. As our clubs grow and become healthy, we will be able to do more for our communities and be able to help those less fortunate than ourselves. At the same time, we live up to our motto of “We Serve.” President Ross is from Quitaque, Texas, where he farmed and raised cattle. He has done many other things in his community – as a member of both the Water Control and Improvement Board and the District Juvenile Probation Board. He joined Lions in 1969, was elected District Governor in 1985, International Director in 1996 and 2nd Vice President in 2004. There will be more about our International President in future issues of this Newsletter. Federal Way Lions Annual Car Show The Federal Way Lions will be having their annual “Car Show” on Saturday, August 26, 2006, at the Commons Mall (used to be SeaTac Mall). The show will be from 9 am to 4 pm and will include all classes of cars, music, and entertainment. Next to the Car Show will be the Federal Way Festival. Registration fee for entering a car is only $15 prior to Aug 21 and $20 after Aug. 21. For a registration form, call District Governor Tom Nancy Rathe, 253-838-7420 or Donna, 253- leads the 19C 565-1876. Proceeds from the car show go to the contingent at the Federal Way Lions Scholarship Fund. Sounds International Parade like a fun day to me!! in Boston. “Where did you get that Hat, Tom?” DISTRICT “C” CABINET 2006-2007 District Governor Leadership Co-Chair Club Branch Leo Clubs Tom Lonn (Joanne) PZC Jan McCaffrey PDG Bob Wagers (Shirley) PZC Karl Ostheller 38312 83rd Ave E Res: 253-460-1968 Res: 253-851-5318 (Pauline) Eatonville, WA. 98328 Bus: 253-588-6668 Gig Harbor Lions Res: 360-598-2239 Res: 360-832-8960 Lakewood First Lions email@example.com Poulsbo Noon Lions Cell: 253-691-9615 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Eatonville Lions Convention Co-Chair firstname.lastname@example.org Leadership Co-Chair PZC John Budzak, Jr (Tracie) Peace Poster PZC Dave Pratt (Jacqueline) Res: 253-848-2353 PZC Bonnie Williamson Vice District Governor Res: 360-400-1746 Puyallup Lions (Mel) Barbara Ellis (Bill) Cell: 360-791-6531 Warbuff60@comcast.net Res: 360-427-1964 244 SW 330th St Yelm Lions Fax: 360-427-4271 Federal Way, WA 98023 email@example.com Convention Co-Chair Mellow24@comcast.net Res: 253-925-5865 ZC Marilynn Danby Federal Way Knights Lions Extension Co-Chair Res: 253-471-0180 Sight firstname.lastname@example.org PZC Bob Darrigan (Sharon) Bus: 253-476-6451 PZC Joe Morales (Elaine) Res: 253-874-4382 Cell: 253-208-4556 Res: 253-858-8100 District Advisor Bus: 253-927-9550 Tacoma Downtown Lions Gig Harbor Lions IPDG Ida Malone Federal Way Lions email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Res: 360-377-5181 email@example.com Cell: 360-710-8949 District Roster & IT Hearing Fax: 360-377-3323 Extension Co-Chair David Risley Lynn Byrne (Kenny) Bremerton Central Lions PDG Pete Gomes (Joey) Res: 360-394-1816 Res: 360-373-1979 firstname.lastname@example.org Res: 253-939-8436 Poulsbo Noon Lions Bus: 360-479-4065 Cell: 253-740-0493 email@example.com Bremerton Central Lions Honorary Kent Lions firstname.lastname@example.org PCC Bud Dunlap (Dorothy) email@example.com Contest & Awards Co- Res: 360-832-6921 Chair Leader Dog Eatonville Lions Camp Leo PZC Rena Larson IPZC Roberta Pinson (Bob) PDG Jim LaBelle (Carol) Res: 253-471-6119 Res: 360-493-2020 Cabinet Secretary Res: 360-456-5775 firstname.lastname@example.org Lacey Sunrise Lions PDG Em Bishop (Lea) Lacey Sunrise Lions email@example.com Res: 360-825-6328 Jimlabelle31@comcast.net Contest & Awards Co- Fax: 360-856-6150 Chair Lions Quest Enumclaw Lions Public Relations PZC Karl Ostheller (Pauline) Helen Patterson embishop@ comcast.net PZC John Doyle (Marlene) Res: 360-598-2239 Res: 360-434-2695 REs: 253-472-5238 Poulsbo Noon Lions Port Orchard Lions Cabinet Treasurer Cell: 253-209-7453 firstname.lastname@example.org 2toysbyhelen@discovery PZC Marvin Keizur (Myrtle) Tacoma Southeast Lions toyslink.com Res: 253-884-6417 email@example.com Environment Bus: 253-884-3566 PZC Grace Gius Campus Chair Key Peninsula Lions Retention Res: 253-858-6834 PZC Marc Ericksen firstname.lastname@example.org PZC John Gardner (Kay) Lakewood First Lions (Jenny) Res: 360-692-8994 email@example.com Res: 360-943-1365 Membership Silverdale Sunrise Lions Tumwater Lions PDG Jim McCown firstname.lastname@example.org Eyeglass Recycle email@example.com Res: 360-459-5469 NWLERC Cell: 360-701-8945 C.A.R.E. IPZC John Fisher (Laura) Parliamentarian Lacey Mid Day Lions PZC Dennis Reed (Dorothy) Res: 253-947-0757 PDG Bill Ellis (Barbara) firstname.lastname@example.org Res: 360-438-1352 Spanapark Early Risers Lions Res: 253-925-5865 Bus: 253-851-5318 email@example.com Federal Way Knights Lions Bulletin Lacey Sunrise Lions firstname.lastname@example.org Dave McClintock (Joann) email@example.com Diabetes-District Advisor Res: 253-843-2942 Jan Norman Fax: 253-843-2660 Res: 360-459-5123 Spanaway Lions Olympia Host Lions firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com District C Cabinet, con’t. Constitution/By-Laws continued Conf. & District Spring Leadership Chair in Policy Manual Roster Advisor Training PZC Dick Meier PDG John Bergvall (Judy Ann) IPZC Betty Peterson Res: 253-584-2207 Res: 360-491-1800 Res: 360-373-1288 Cell: 253-907-0752 Olympia Host Lions Bremerton Central Lions Lakewood First Lions firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Richardmeier1@comcast.net Leadership Chair in Youth Exchange Training PDG George Robinson IPZC Dan Comsia (Cheryl) (Cindy) Res: 253-840-0116 Res: 253-853-2721 Lakewood First Lions Key Peninsula Lions dcomsia@mdc/tacoma.org firstname.lastname@example.org ZONE LEADERS 2006-2007 C-1 Zone Chair C-2 Zone Chair C-3 Zone Chair Marilynn Danby Ed Brend (Mele) Harley Gilthvedt (Vi) 4323 S. Warner St, #A 4400 Wellington Ln. SE 1110 21st St SE Tacoma, 98409 Lacey, 98503 Auburn, 98002 Res: 253-471-0180 Res: 360-455-0185 Res: 253-833-5845 Bus: 253-476-6451 Tumwater Lions Bus: 253-833-8150 C: 253-208-4556 email@example.com Auburn Noon Lions Tacoma Downtown Lions firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com C-4 Zone Chair C-5 Zone Chair C-6 Zone Chair Mel Knittel (Ginney) Rose Becker (Don) Mitzi Ludwig (Neila) 3004 NE Old Belfair Hwy 232 S. 60th St. 318 Eklund Ave Belfair, 98528 Tacoma, 98408 Hoquiam, 98550 Res: 360-275-5865 Res: 253-473-1855 Res: 360-532-6067 Bus: 360-275-5617 Bus: 253-848—1700 Lacey Mid Day Lions North Mason Lions C: 253-318-2127 firstname.lastname@example.org Kollision727@msn.com Spanapark Early Risers Lions email@example.com Extension Work Pays Off and More to Come !! Charter members of the new Tacoma Lions Club have chosen their own name – The Tacoma Visionary Service Lions Club. Eight members of the Club are either school principals or vice principals. Club President is Russell Hampton, vice-president for loan operations, BNWest Credit Union and the club Secretary, Anita Gann is a realtor for Mountain View Properties. Guiding Lion is PZC Frank Pearce, Tacoma SE Lions, the sponsoring Club. Thanks goes to Extension Team PDG Pete Gomes, PZC Bob Darrigan, DG Tom Lonn, PZC Rena Larson, PDG Jim McCown, Lion Carrie Friz, PZC Bob Grevstad, PZC John Doyle, Lion Terry Mitchell and PZC Frank Pearce !!! District Extension Co-Chairs Pete Gomes and Bob Darrigan will begin recruiting in the „old Tacoma NW‟ area, north of South 19th St, west of Union Ave and out to the Puget Sound. Sponsoring club will be Tacoma Downtown Lions. To join this rewarding effort call Pete Gomes, 253-740- 0493 or Bob Darrigan, 253- 874-4282. They plan to start recruiting in August 2006.
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