LPC Lions Club Newsletter
The meeting this month will be on July 21 will be held at the Veterans Memorial Hall. Social hour will start at 6 PM and the meal will be at 7 PM. Miller’s Top Fuel BBQ will be providing beef brisket and the fixings. Callers, please have your calls for attendance into Jon by Monday, June 18.
Little Free Library
Finishing touches are being put on the Little Free Libraries. Once doors are installed, the libraries can begin being placed around LPC and the surrounding area. The LPC library has already begun collecting books to help get this project off the ground. If you have books you would like to donate, or have other questions/comments, please get a hold of Lion Judd @ 319-240-7724.
“A healthy attitude is contagious, but don’t wait to catch it from others. Be a carrier.” – Tom Stoppard
Scholarships & Spouses
Our 2016 LPC Lions Club scholarship winners and spouses of deceased members will be invited to the July meeting.
The scholarship winners have been invited, along with their parents. They will be talking about their career and college plans. We will also be presenting checks for $500 to the winners made out to both the recipient as well as the college.
All spouses are invited to this meeting. In addition to your spouse’s attendance, we have also invited the spouses of deceased members. We will take time to thank them for their husbands contributions to the community and the club.
Gazebo Cleanup Project
During our board meeting, we discussed improvements for the gazebo. A workday will be scheduled to clean up the bricks, replace the bushes and other maintenance. The date for the gazebo cleanup will be announced at the meeting. If you are interested in helping, please contact…
Lion LeBahn approached the Lions Club Board with a proposal to get a community sign up and running for organizations to post events and/or businesses to market/advertise on. The board decided to push forward with the project.
A community sign committee has been assembled to address location, fundraising, and the management of content to be posted on the sign.
Initial thoughts are to put the sign in front of the nursing home so it will be seen by people from out of town, as well as “the-in-towners”.
Again, there will be fundraising needed to able to purchase and install the sign. The committee is looking for donations as well as submitting grants to the casino to get it financed. Additional questions or comments can be directed to Lion Lane LeBahn @ 319-239-5429.