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Coleman-Pound Lions Give Update of Goals
The Coleman-Pound Lions Club met Monday, Sept. 10 at Bob and Laura's Supper Club in Pound. President Mike Kinziger presided. Following approval of the minutes of the May 17th meeting and the treasurers report, the club conducted its business.
President Kinziner announced the next zone meeting is Nov. 6th at McGuires Bar in Lena. Members interested in attending should contact Kinziger.
Lion Ted Verges volunteered to present a "Lions Learning" session at the next meeting. The club discussed a project to put grass seed in the area by the Lions building in Pound.
Dave Pellman updated members on donations made since the last meeting in May. Among them were Troy Palmer project, the Cougar Booster Club, bike give-a-way, the Coleman Wrestling Parents, gas gift cards to needy families, donations to area fire departments, and others. Members voted to donate money to the Chad Tress fundraiser on Oct. 13th. Club members who know of organizations or individuals in need of funds, contact the president.
Among new business included goals of gaining at least two new members, increasing revenue, and gaining more recognition in the community. To that end, Verges volunteered to be a Media Correspondent for the club. There was discussion about holding a casino night. Paul Morstad agreed to work on an eye screening project for children ages 1 to 5. Verges will again organize the eye screening program for the elementary school children.
The next meeting is Oct. 8th at Bob and Laura's in Pound at 6:30 p.m.