Port City Lions Club Newsletter04-02
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Port City Lions Club Newsletter04-02

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youth recreation/sports (37% of clubs). • community clean-up projects (34% of ... Web Page http://galions.org/18b/portcity/. February 2004. A Publication of the ...

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President David Bovee February 2004Telephone 9207481 Email david.bovee@gasava.ang.af. mil Web Page http://galions.org/18b/portcity/ Secretary Linda Larson Telephone 9251267 Email northlin1@aol.com A Publication of the Port City Lions Club Post Office Box 13772, Savannah, Georgia 314160772 Newsletter Editor Richard S. Mizell, VDG Telephone (912) 9259782 ·youth recreation/sports (37% of clubs) Georgia Lions ·community cleanup projects (34% of clubs) Lighthouse ·blood donations (30% of clubs) The Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation will hold its ·community recreation (29% of clubs) Board of Directors Meeting in Macon at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on Saturday, February 21 and Sunday, Feb ·vision screenings (28% of clubs) ruary 22. Additional information will be announced. ·drug awareness (26% of clubs) Zone Meeting ·culture/the arts (25% of clubs). Our next Zone Meeting will be hosted by the Wilmington In addition, club secretaries reported that Lions clubs Island Lions Club. The meeting will be held on Tuesday, worldwide collected more than 7.3 million pairs of eye February 17, 7:00 p.m. at the Wilmington Island Method glasses and more than 170,000 hearing aids. ist Church, 195 Wilmington Island Road. Cost of the meal will be $10.00 for Affiliate, Associate and AtLarge District 18B Convention Members. The club will cover the cost for full members. 2004 18B District Convention will be held Feb All members are urged to show support for ry 27 and 28 at the Georgia Lions Camp for the Zone Chairperson, Mary Ann Barbieri. lind in Waycross, Georgia. Everyone is invited to attend our district convention this year. In Lions donated $667 ternational Director David Roberts and his million in 200203 wife, Ann, from Arizona, will be our special est and speaker for our convention. We hope Annual Lions Club Activities Report (Form A1 t you can make your plans to attend the con tabulations for 200203 have revealed the gener n this year and join in the fun with all the other of Lions clubs worldwide. Club secretaries have reporte lions from 18B and across MD 18! that Lions clubs donated: The events of the 2004 18B Con ·an average of US$14,577 to Birthdays and Anniversariesvention are: charitable causes. This PDG Luncheon at the Holiday Inn represents estimated world Anniversary at 12 Noon on Saturday. wi d ec on t r i but i on sof None US$667 million (based on 18 B Cabinet Meeting will be held 45,766 clubs as of 6/30/03). Birthdayat the Georgia Lions Camp for the Mary Ann BarbieriFebruary 10Blind at 2:30 p.m. ·an average of 1,420 volun teer service hours. This 18 B District Convention Banquet represents an estimated 65 at the GLCB at 6:00 p.m. million volunteer service Hospitality Room at the Holiday hours (based on 45,766 Inn will be open Saturday evening clubs as of 6/30/03). at 9:30 p.m. For the fourth year (Form A1 was introduced in 1999 Banquet tickets are only $12.00 a person for a delicious 2000), the most implemented Lions club service project buffet meal.Please see Lion David Bovee if you are was aiding the elderly. The most frequently implemented interested in attending. projects are: ·aiding the elderly (51% of clubs) ·collecting eyeglass (41% of clubs participated) ·scholarships (37% of clubs)