Friends & Family
EAST LIVERPOOL — TOPS 2231 met on Jan. 21 at Always Best Care, 1324 St. Clair Ave. with leader Tonnie Slagle presiding. The meeting opened with the pledges and roll call.
Pam Fouse gave the secretary report and Cassie Stephens gave the treasurer report: both were approved as read.
Slagle was the KOPS best lose an officer best loser.
Slagle won the calorie charts, Stephens won the dimes, Verla Betteridge won the 50/50. The no-no’s are ice cream and no eating after dinner.
Fouse read an article on “Soothe Your Mind & Boost Your Memory.”
Slagle closed the meeting with prayer requests followed by the Lord’s Prayer. New and former members are welcome on Tuesdays at 5 p.m.
Calcutta Lions Club
CALCUTTA — The Calcutta Lions Club met for their regular meeting on Jan. 14 at 6:30 p.m., with 23 members in attendance. King Lion Wayne Christen led members in the Pledge of Allegiance and Lion Marianne Wolf led invocation. The guest speaker for the evening was St. Clair Township Police Department Chief Brian McKenzie.
Lion Carissa Grady began the evening after dinner with “good” things and riddles. Lion Sharon Hall passed out the minutes to the Nov. 26 meeting and minutes were accepted as submitted.
Lion Nancy Hadley informed members of the dates for the next three bingos: Jan. 16, Calcutta Health Care at 6:30 p.m.; Feb. 17 at Crossroads, 2 p.m. and March 16 at Crossroads at 2 p.m.
Lion Carolyn Roble told members that the Leo Club is holding a Fun Night Jan. 29 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at Beaver Local Elementary for 1st graders. She asked for members to volunteer to man the “stations” for the games.
King Lion Wayne asked for three people to serve on the nominating committee for elections that are coming up regarding officer positions within our club. Lions Sue Elliott, Janet Christen and Stephanie Bereschik agreed to serve on the committee. King Lion Wayne would like names in by 1st meeting in March and elections will be held the 2nd meeting in March.
King Lion Wayne presented to the club a 2017-2018 patch for the Centennial Service Challenge in which our club helped in all four areas, vision, hunger, environment and diabetes.
King Lion Wayne informed members that the Board of Directors approved to donate $300 to St. Clair Township for use of the meeting hall.
The 50/50 was won by Lion Richard Titus.
Lion Sharon Hall made a motion to adjourn at 8:01 p.m.