Past District Governor David R Court from the Lakeville Lions installed three new members at the last meeting of the Plymouth Lions Club. Installed were Robin Cupka, Rebecca Berger, and Anita Fritz. Membership Chairman Ken Lukenbill and sponsor Deborah VanDemark joined the Past District Governor for the installation. All were warmly welcomed by all Lions Club members in attendance.
Karen Rettinger from the Marshall County Genealogy Resource Library presented an interesting and informative review of the services offered at the Resource Library. They have card files with over 500,000 entries, over 22,000 photographs, people, places, maps, micro film of newspapers and more. The research library is a caretaker of county public records; this includes a large collection of school records, estate and guardianship records, township records, county plats and military books. Their mission is to encourage genealogical and historical importance; to assist researchers in finding their Marshall County families.
In other business it was noted that White Cane Day was a success. Two requests for assistance were approved by the board and it was noted that dictionaries will soon be here and will be distributed to third grade students in five elementary schools.
This year Lions Club International reached their all-time membership high of 1,445,591 Lions. It means that they have more hands for more service. That they are stronger than ever and that kindness matters to our communities and the world. Lions serve to help others have a better life. If you or anyone you know would like to join the Lions Club please contact any Plymouth Lions Club member.