From The Podium

June from the Podium

You are doing great!!  As of 29 May 2015,the District headcount is a Plus 3.

I still have several clubs to visit, but I will probably miss a couple.

We still have 10 clubs who have not submitted their PU 101s and all of them have been contacted by email.  We need to have them done as soon as possible, so the roster books can be done.

Hope your summer projects go well.  Remember, if you can get non-members to help and let them know what you do as a Lion, they may decide they want to be a Lion.

Be sure to advertise what you do as Lions in the media and, also, don’t pass up a chance to tell people what you do.  I had an experience where I told someone about Lions providing hearing aids. This ended up with the Lions being able to help someone to a better life with better hearing and we might get a new Lion out of the deal.

Lions Day is at Bay Cliff on 11 July as is the changeover meeting.  Looking forward to seeing you there.  Please let us know how many will be attending by emailing  Kris Krowe@nmu.edu or call Kris at 906-362-0202 or contacting me at wnrowe@charter.net or by phone at 906 346 9278.

Remember, there is strength in numbers so let’s Strengthen the Pride. The more Lions we have the more we people we can help.

Bill Rowe
DG – SD 10

Lee and I have enjoyed the past 3 years and would like to again thank you for your fabulous hospitality.

From Around The District 10

Peace PosterDistrict Governor Bill Rowe  and Marquette Peace Poster Chair Joe Baczkowski present Mollie Kilpela with a plaque featuring her work in the recent Lions International Peace Poster Contest.

Mollie won the Marquette Club level and went on to take first prize in the District 10 level.  

Mollie is a student at Father Marquette Middle School and is the daughter of Bonnie and Thomas Kilpela.

 

Sheila Grady and Tim Richards of Voices for Youth, an organization in Marquette which offers help to homeless youth who have aged out of the foster care system, receive a check from Lion Elmer Moisio for $2050.00.

The Marquette Lions Club held a pancake breakfast fund raiser to raise money for the organization and bring Voices For Youth into the public eye.