The Plymouth Lions held their annual picnic at the Lions Pavilion in Centennial Park. At that meeting Past District Governor, Paul Russell of District 25-G, installed the new officers for the coming year. Installed as President was Stephen Eggleston; Vice President, Jim Weldy; Secretary, Deborah VanDeMark; Treasurer, Teri Weldy; Lion Tamer, Bill Birk; and Tail Twister, not present, Penny Lukenbill.
The Plymouth Lions were proud to announce three scholarship winners for this past school year. In alphabetical order they are, Mackenzie Edstrom, Tanner Feece, and Callie McCan. The Plymouth Lions also contribute to the Noble Kizer Award for Outstanding Female and Male Athletes. Congratulations to each winner. We are honored to help each student achieve their goals.
Lion Rose Russell was on hand to speak about The Indiana Lions and discussed the Lions five state projects which include Leader Dogs, School for the Blind, Hearing and Speech, Cancer and Vision Screening. In addition, she said volunteers are needed to work for the Lions Foundation as ticket sellers, ticket scanners, kiosk monitors, and hand stampers at the Indiana State Fair July 29th thru August 21st in Indianapolis. This is the Lions Foundation’s largest fundraiser.
It was also announced that the Plymouth Lions Club continued their vision of volunteerism in the community by recently building a handicap ramp needed by a member of our community. Those who participated in the project were thanked by the Club.
The Blueberry Festival will soon be here and the Plymouth Lions will once again be serving Pancakes and Sausage at the Lions Club Pavilion. We invite you to join us…this is our biggest fundraiser of the year which allows us to be able to provide scholarships and help others have a better life. As Lions, “We Serve.” If you or anyone you know would like to join the Plymouth Lions Club, please contact any Lions Club Member.
Article provided by Susan Eggleston Lions Club member