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Wisconsin Lions – Multiple District 27-C2

District Cabinet Draft Minutes

The Waters in Minocqua:  Clawson Lake Room

 South 8116, US-51, Minocqua, WI 54548

April 16– 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

 

 

 

1.  Call to order:  DG Robert Bertch

2.  Pledge of Allegiance:  DG Robert Bertch

3.  Prayer:  DG Robert Bertch

4.  Song:  Lion Judeen Knott

5.  Roll Call/Sign Attendance:  See Attached

6.  Approve Minutes of  January 2021meeting: Motion by PDG Collette Sorgel

     and seconded by 1st VDG Judy Hatz to approve minutes as presented

7.  Treasurer’s Report:  Presented by Lion Scott Martin.  Motion by PDG Mary

     Ann Gretenhart and seconded by PDG Dennis Knott to approve the treasurer

     report and file for audit.  Motion carried. 

     A motion was made by Lion Scott Martin and seconded by PDG Roger Weber

     to designate DGE Judy Hatz and Treasurer Scott Martin as signees for bank

     and savings account at PCCU and to remove DG Robert Bertch from the list of

    designees effective July 1st, 2021.  Motion carried.

8Old Business

   a.  Food for Kidz:  Hoping this event will be held in person this year.  This is

        always held in October and more information will be available in the future. 

9.  New Business

     a.  Winchester Lions Project:  DG Robert Bertch discussed a project as

     potential fundraiser he heard about from this organization.  It involves saving

     plastic wrap found on large palletts and selling back to Trex to be used for

     making benches. 

     b.  Three Lakes Lion Project proposal was presented in reference to a loan

     closet for different types of medical equipment for those in need due to

     rehab or a medical condition.  Lion Patty suggested to possibly have on our

     webpage instead a resource guide or link where Lions could either advertise the

     equipment and/or ask if anyone has the equipment when their is a need. 

     c. PID Gwen White provided Lions an update on Lions related items at a

     national and international level.  She reminded Lions they could still sign up

     for the virtual International Lions Convention.  There was discussion of a

     resolution to be presented at the International Convention related to the

     increase of dues at the International level. 

 

10.  Committee Reports (Please send in report if available for review/or please limit your presentation to 5 minutes.  If more time is needed, DG Bob Bertch will decide at that time.)

 

District Governor:  Thanked everyone for a great year and their committment to Lions.  He also announced the installation of two new Lions Clubs:  St. Germain Northwoods Lions Club and Plum Lake Lions Club.  He reminded members we are still looking for a 1st and 2nd Vice District Governor candidates. 

 

PDG Roger reported WLF has a new logo and WLF will produce a news story about camp every month. 

 

PDG Mike Lorbetske updated the cabinet on his discussion with the orphanage in Mexico and has been assured the orphanage would receive any money we send for their needs.  PDG Mike made a motion and was seconded by Lion Laura Bertch to send a check for $1000 to be used for Missions work in Mexico.  Motion carried.  Lion Judeen suggested Lion Toby Hyland is notified and PDG Mike said he has talked with her already.  PDG Mike said he will be making a mission trip to Pine Ridge Reservation in September. 

 

Lion Dennis Knott reported on the state Lions Bowling Tournament with 61 teams bowling and noted only Gleason, Whittlesey and Merrill had teams from our district who participated along with two members of Boulder Junction Lions Club: DG Bob Bertch and another participant. 

 

Lion Dennis Hirtz reported there are no current plans for adult vision screening.  There was discussion in reference to children vision screening and this is be allowed in some of the schools. 

 

Lion Judeen Knott reported the kits and logo for the next year Peace Poster Contest is available and our award winner for this year will be at the district convention.  She reminded anyone who is interested in assuming this cabinet position can contact her to find out what is involved with this cabinet position.

 

PDG Lion Dennis Knott reported there is still time to contribute to Campaign 100 with LCIF.  Please contact him for any information.

 

PDG Greg Krug provided a report on the Lions Eye Bank of Wisconsin

 

Lion Holly Larkin reported on the Three Lakes Golf Tournament with the funds going to a needy family in the area.

 

Zone Chair Fred Radtke welcomed members of the two newest Lions Club in our district and introduced them.  A round of applause and gratitude for joining Lions and thanked them for their years of service as Lioness for our district. 

 

Lion Rhae Ellen Schnoor had no updates at this time.

 

Lion Dennis Christianson provided an update on the certification for elections at the district convention.

 

PDG Ron Behm will hold off on updating the district Policy Manual until the state manual is complete. He also reported on behalf on Lion Tena Peterson, there will not be a Youth Exchange Program this year due to covid restrictions with travel.

 

Lion Chuck McCory provided an update as chairman for the District Convention.  DG Robert Bertch thanked him for his efforts for this years convention.

 

Lion Scott Martin reminded Lions for those in need of hearing aides, they can contact Wisconsin Lions for assistance. 

 

Next meeting:  State Convention, date and time to be determined

 

Adjournment:  A motion was made by PDG Ron Behm and seconded by PDG Dennis Knott to adjourn at 4:00 pm.

Wisconsin Lions – Multiple District 27-C2

District Cabinet Meeting Minutes

The Granary

5367 Park St, Boulder Junction, WI 54512

January 31– 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

 

 

1.  Call to order by DG Bob Bertch

2.  Pledge of Allegiance led by DG Bob Bertch

3.  Prayer led by DG Bob Bertch

4.  Song led by Lion Judeen Knott

5.  Roll Call/Sign Attendance

6.  Approve Minutes of  Oct 2020 meeting: A motion by 1st VDG Judy H. and

     seconded by PDG Mary Ann G. to approve the minutes as presented.  Motion

     carried.

7.  Treasurer’s Report:  A motion was made by 1st VDG Judy H. and seconded

      by PDG Shirley to approve the report for audit.  Motion carried.

8Old Business

     a.  Food for Kidz project: Reported by Lion Laura B. She also encouraged

     clubs to designate March as a project to replenish our local food pantries. 

     b.  2nd Vice District Governor position open: Please send any potential names

     from your clubs for leadership positions.  We will need two individuals to

     move into the 1st and 2nd vice district governor positions for our district.

     c.  District Convention update was provided by DG Bob. Clubs should look

     for their registration materials.  Gleason Club is hosting the convention and

     may ask Lions to assist with certain functions of the convention to help fill

     spots needed.  Lions Clubs are encouraged to send a picture of their banners

     to be placed in a presentation.  There is no room at the hotel to hang the

     banners.  A motion was made by 1st VDG Judy H and seconded by

     PDG Shirley to approve the convention site and program presented.  Motion

     carried. 

     d.  Childhood Cancer District Chair:  We still need someone to step into this

      position. 

     e.  State Convention Update was provided by DG Bob.  It will be held May

     13-16 and celebrating 100 years of Lions in Green Bay.

9.  New Business

     a. As presented by DG Bob Bertch

         1.  Marshfield Childhood Cancer Drive, statewide project: Wisconsin

          received the matching grant from LCI to update the pediatric area for those

          families dealing with pediatric cancer.  $20,000 was raised by Lions for

          this project. 

         2.  International Convention in Montreal update:  This has been cancelled in

          person and will be held virtually. 

         3.  New member fees for 2021 are waived through 06/30/2021.

         4.  Guiding Lion needs:   PDG Mary Ann is completing this course and is

          looking forward to initiating this program for our district. She reported this

          program will focus on training and leadership for our members and

          increase our district membership. 

         5.  Zone Chairs needs:  Please send names to DG Bob for anyone who is

          interested in stepping into the zone chair positions.  The district will

          provide training for this position via zoom meetings. 

 

10.  Committee Reports (Please send in report if available for review/or please limit your presentation to 5 minutes.  If more time is needed, DG Bob Bertch will decide at that time.)

 

1st VDG Judy:  Provided a report on the Lions Quest program and hoping to meet with one school district to explain the program.  She reported on the number of deer hides collected by her club. 

 

Hearing Fund:  A motion was made by Lion Scott Martin and seconded by PDG Roger to send the $1050.00 in the budget to WLF.   Motion carried.  He reminded Lions this is an option for those in need of hearing aides and should apply. 

 

Lions Eye Bank of Wisconsin:  PDG Greg provided a report for the Eye Bank.  He noted the district has 3 Knights of Site awards they could hand out this year.  A motion was made by PDG Roger and seconded by PDG Greg to award 3 Knights of Site award this year at the district convention.  Motion carried.

 

Elections:  PDG Greg presented for Lion Dennis C as a reminder elections and paperwork must be submitted by the end of February for open positions.  The nomination papers are in the C2 manual.  Positions that are open for election are:

1st and 2nd Vice District Governor

Wisconsin Lions Foundation- 3 year director

Host Club for Convention

PDG Roger did remind the cabinet LCI is still deciding if votes can be cast by zoom or another electronic means. 

 

Families in Lions:  Lion Rhae Ellen provided a report for her club and would like to assist with any Lioness Clubs who would be interested in joining Lions.

 

PDG Roger provided a written report and reminded district chairs to contact their state chairman for any updates or questions.

 

Peace Poster:  Lion Judeen provided information for this year's contest.  The theme is, We are all connected.  The kits are available for those who are interested.

 

By Laws: PDG Ron reminded if anyone has any suggestion for by law changes to please contact him.

 

LCIF:  PDG Dennis K provided an update and reminded clubs to continue to donate to LCIF.  Campaign 100 was recently featured in the new Lions Magazine.

 

Lions Pride:  Ten million dollars has been raised and the program will sunset at the state convention.  It was noted, WLF will receive a minimum of $300,000 every year from this fund.

 

Editorial Board:  PDG Bob provided a report in relation to the cost of returned papers due to incomplete address or paper cannot be forwarded.  It is encouraged those members who leave the area for the winter, to contact Wisconsin Lions with your temporary address so the paper could be forwarded to you. 

 

State Curling Tournament:  PDG Greg provided a report on the tournament noting only 12 clubs curled rather than the normal 30 plus clubs but fun was had by all who attended.

 

State Bowling Tournament:  PDG Dennis K provided a report.  They have openings for the tournament and have lots of raffle prizes for the weekends and also have 5 large raffle prizes to be awarded at the end of the tournament. 

 

Vision Screening:  Lion Dennis T. provided updated numbers for vision screening and hope more clubs will soon be able to screen children in schools.  He reminded Prevent Blindness is having virtual trainings.

 

Wisconsin Missions:  PDG Mike took one load of supplies to Pine Ridge Reservation.  He also noted the orphanage we use to support in Mexico is still in need of supplies but only the nuns can cross the border to get supplies and it is still dangerous.  A motion was made by PDG Roger and seconded by PDG Collette to provide $1000 in funding for the orphanage in Mexico. Discussion ensued if we should receive more information to assure the orphanage will actually receive the funds.  An amended motion was made by PDG Roger and seconded by PDG Shirley to table the original motion until the April 2021 meeting to assure an update can be given if the funding will actually make it to the orphanage to be used for their needs. Motion carried. 

 

WLF: PDG Shirley reported on the deer hide collections and thanked the Rhinelander club for the new vendor for deer hides.  WLF raffle will be held again this year with the tickets to be drawn on September 10th at Lions Camp.  Summer camp will be restricted to 100 individuals per week to assure we will have enough staff.  The camp has seen an increase in agencies renting the camp for events.  The Birch Sturm golf outing will be held July 17th.  She provided information and the graph with the new logo and information on where funding goes for WLF.  She reminded the cabinet her position is up for election this year.  

 

Zone Chairs:

Lion Mary stated she has not had meeting since our last meeting

 

Lion Gary:  Their zone will host an officer training and all Lions are welcome to attend.  They will send information.

 

11.  Closing Comments:  Next meeting will be held at our District Convention. 

 

12.  Adjournment:  A motion was made by 1st VDG Judy and seconded by PDG Collette to adjourn.  Motion carried.  Meeting adjourned at 2PM.

Wisconsin Lions – Multiple District 27-C2 District Cabinet Meeting
Minutes Zoom Meeting June 21, 2020 – 2:00 – 3:00 PM 1.
Call to order by DG Mary Ann Gretenhardt 2. Pledge of Allegiance led by DG Mary Ann 3. Prayer led by DG Mary Ann 4. Approve Minutes of January and February 2020: motion by DGE Bob Bertch seconded by Lion Dan T. to approve minutes as presented. Motion carried. 5. Treasurer’s Report: No report 6. Old Business a. Lac Du Flambeau Totem Pole Project: Update provided DGE Bo Bertch b. Food for Kidz Project: update provided by Lion Laura Bertch and a letter will be sent to all clubs. The first planning meeting is this week. c. Convention Cancellation Update: Ours was cancelled. 7. New Business a. GAT award: Update provided by DG Mary Ann. The Gleason Lions club submitted for this award on behalf of their project with the ADRC. They were awarded $500 and turned this around and used it for the Leo’s Essay Contest funding. b. Leo’s Essay Competition: This update was provided by DGE Bob Bertch. All Leo’s clubs were sent emails, contact by phone numerous times. The only Leo’s club to respond was the Mercer Leo’s. c. USA/Canada Forum: Cancelled for this year d. 2021 District Convention: The 2021 convention will be held on April 16/17 at LDF convention hall and the site has been reserved. The Gleason Lions will be the host club. e. Take action on request for Dale Schroeder award: A letter was sent asking our district to contribute for an award for Dale Schroeder who is retiring from Wisconsin Lions Camp. He is a member of C2 and former PDG of our district. A motion was made by PDG Roger Weber and seconded by PDG Dennis Knott to contribute $1000 towards the award. Motion carried. f. District Awards: DG Mary Ann announced the awards for the International President Appreciation Awards: Lion Ruth Gilgen-Glidden Lions Club Lion Judeen Knott-Merrill Lions Club Lion Laura Bertch-Boulder Junction Lions Club State Awards: Lion Louise Minisan-International President Leadership Award Lion Patty Krug-International President Leadership Award Birch Sturm Award: Lion Scott Martin Peace Poster Award: Brynn Thorson presented by Medford Lions Club 8. Committee Reports: District Governor: DG Mary Ann thanked all for their support this past year. DGE Bob Bertch: Updated on the NAMI project to increase membership. DG Mary Ann will be our district membership director for this year. He will continue the weekly newsletter to members and he will be on the Lions Newspaper Editorial board. Vision screening: Lion Dan Tekippe, reported Prevent Blindness now offer online training for vision screening. LCIF: PDG Lion Dennis Knott state Campaign 100 has been extended until June 2023. Other reports: as attached with minutes. Next District Cabinet Meeting Date: August 16, 2020 11. Adjournment: A motion by DGE Bob Bertch and seconded by PDG Ron Behm to adjourn at 3:00 pm. Motion carried
 

Wisconsin Lions – Multiple District 27-C2

District Cabinet Minutes

Boulder Junction Community Center

Lions Pavilion

October 11, 2020 – 2:00 PM

 

 

1.  Call to order: The meeting was called to order by DG Bob Bertch

2.  Pledge of Allegiance:  Led by DG Bob Bertch

3.  Prayer: Led by DG Bob Bertch

4.  Song:  Led by DG Bob Bertch

5.  Roll Call/Sign Attendance:  See Attached

6.  Approve Minutes of August 2020:  Motion was made by PDG Greg Krug and

     seconded by DG Shirley Lemke. Motion carried

7.  Treasurer’s Report: Presented by Lion Scott Martin, see attached.  A motion was by

      1st VDG Judy Hatz and seconded by Lion Dennis Christianson to approve for audit.

       Motion carried.

8Old Business

     a.  Food for Kidz project:  See attached report and an update by provided by Lion

          Laura Bertch

     b.  2nd Vice District Governor position open:  DG Bob Bertch is asking anyone who is

          interested to please contact him.

     c.  District Convention update:  April 16 and 17 is planned at Lac Du Flambeau

          Conference Center and is looking at alternative sites in the event it cannot be held

          here.

     d.  Childhood Cancer District Chair open:  Please contact DG Bob Bertch if interested

     e.  State Convention Update:  Green Bay is the location for this event, the first

          weekend of May with many activities planned for the 100-year anniversary.

9.  New Business

     a.  NAMI update: PDG Mary Ann Gretenhardt provided an update

     b.  Training opportunities at WLLI (Wisconsin Lions Learning Institute):  Update

          provided

     c.  District representation needed to serve on the State Resolution, Constitution and

          ByLaws Committee :  PDG Ron Behm will serve as our district representative

10.  Committee Reports :

 

1st  VDG Judy Hatz:  Assisting with visits and working on Lions Quest program

 

Hearing:  Lion Scott Martin encouraged Lions to promote the hearing aid program as there is currently not a waiting list

 

WLF:  PDG Governor Shirley Lemke reported 118 campers enjoyed Lions Camp until the camp was cancelled due to COVID concerns.  Plans are currently in process for 2021 campers. The camp received income of $19,000 from rental by other organizations which is considerably down from past years. The Kids Raffle brought in $30,047 profit for the camp and Lions are thanked for supporting the raffle.  The Birch Sturm golf outing provided $30,818.96 for camp this year.  There were 188,410 eyeglasses collected this year and Minnesota sent 99,100 pairs of glasses.  There were 19,789 eyeglasses shipped for missions this year. The foundation is looking at insurance for our vision instruments and a request has been made to districts for how many vision screening instruments we have currently in use.  A reminder the foundation has diabetes awareness materials to share with our communities.  November is Diabetes Awareness Month, so consider ordering supplies from the foundation.  A reminder to clubs to support the Deer Hide Collection program as these funds go to support the foundation efforts. 

 

Pride:  Lion Dennis Christanson reported the sunset of Pride will be at the state convention and please send funds to reach their goal of $10 million dollars.

 

Bowling and Curling State Convention:  Lion Dennis reported bowling and curling sites are in our District.  Curling is hosted by Whittlesey Lions in Medford and bowling is hosted by Merrill Lions.

 

Lions Eye Bank of Wisconsin:  PDG Greg Krug provided an update on the activities at the facility noting donations and surgeries are down due to covid.  The Eye Bank continues to strategically plan during these times and thanks all Lions Clubs for their donations.

 

MissionsPDG Mike Lorbetske will be doing a trip next week to the Pine Ridge Reservation with supplies.

 

Family and LionsLion Rhae Ellen reported they have had zoom meetings.

 

Environmental ChairLion Pam Messiner reported on the project she is coordinating with the Northwoods Wildlife Center.  They will record the sessions for future presentations. 

 

Zone Chair Lion Gary Gretenhardt reported their zone meeting was cancelled to November 8th and anyone who is interested can attend. 

 

LCIF:  PDG Dennis Knott reported the campaign has been extended till June 2022 and you can designate your money to any of the campaigns.  Please contact him if you have any questions.

 

Peace Poster:  Lion Judeen Knott reminded Lions Clubs who have schools participating of the deadline to have the posters to DG Bob Bertch. 

 

Thank you lettersPDG Mary Ann read letters and shared the plaque from the Wisconsin Lions Foundation for our donations

 

See attached reports for other areas

 

11.  Closing Comments:  Next meeting date is January 31st with meeting place to be

       determined. 

 

12.  Adjournment:  Motion by Lion Dennis Christianson and seconded by Lion Chuck

       McCrory to adjourn the meeting.  Motion carried. 

 

Wisconsin Lions – Multiple District 27-C2

District Cabinet Meeting Minutes

The Granary

5367 Park St, Boulder Junction, WI 54512

January 31– 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

 

 

1.  Call to order by DG Bob Bertch

2.  Pledge of Allegiance led by DG Bob Bertch

3.  Prayer led by DG Bob Bertch

4.  Song led by Lion Judeen Knott

5.  Roll Call/Sign Attendance

6.  Approve Minutes of  Oct 2020 meeting: A motion by 1st VDG Judy H. and

     seconded by PDG Mary Ann G. to approve the minutes as presented.  Motion

     carried.

7.  Treasurer’s Report:  A motion was made by 1st VDG Judy H. and seconded

      by PDG Shirley to approve the report for audit.  Motion carried.

8Old Business

     a.  Food for Kidz project: Reported by Lion Laura B. She also encouraged

     clubs to designate March as a project to replenish our local food pantries. 

     b.  2nd Vice District Governor position open: Please send any potential names

     from your clubs for leadership positions.  We will need two individuals to

     move into the 1st and 2nd vice district governor positions for our district.

     c.  District Convention update was provided by DG Bob. Clubs should look

     for their registration materials.  Gleason Club is hosting the convention and

     may ask Lions to assist with certain functions of the convention to help fill

     spots needed.  Lions Clubs are encouraged to send a picture of their banners

     to be placed in a presentation.  There is no room at the hotel to hang the

     banners.  A motion was made by 1st VDG Judy H and seconded by

     PDG Shirley to approve the convention site and program presented.  Motion

     carried. 

     d.  Childhood Cancer District Chair:  We still need someone to step into this

      position. 

     e.  State Convention Update was provided by DG Bob.  It will be held May

     13-16 and celebrating 100 years of Lions in Green Bay.

9.  New Business

     a. As presented by DG Bob Bertch

         1.  Marshfield Childhood Cancer Drive, statewide project: Wisconsin

          received the matching grant from LCI to update the pediatric area for those

          families dealing with pediatric cancer.  $20,000 was raised by Lions for

          this project. 

         2.  International Convention in Montreal update:  This has been cancelled in

          person and will be held virtually. 

         3.  New member fees for 2021 are waived through 06/30/2021.

         4.  Guiding Lion needs:   PDG Mary Ann is completing this course and is

          looking forward to initiating this program for our district. She reported this

          program will focus on training and leadership for our members and

          increase our district membership. 

         5.  Zone Chairs needs:  Please send names to DG Bob for anyone who is

          interested in stepping into the zone chair positions.  The district will

          provide training for this position via zoom meetings. 

 

10.  Committee Reports (Please send in report if available for review/or please limit your presentation to 5 minutes.  If more time is needed, DG Bob Bertch will decide at that time.)

 

1st VDG Judy:  Provided a report on the Lions Quest program and hoping to meet with one school district to explain the program.  She reported on the number of deer hides collected by her club. 

 

Hearing Fund:  A motion was made by Lion Scott Martin and seconded by PDG Roger to send the $1050.00 in the budget to WLF.   Motion carried.  He reminded Lions this is an option for those in need of hearing aides and should apply. 

 

Lions Eye Bank of Wisconsin:  PDG Greg provided a report for the Eye Bank.  He noted the district has 3 Knights of Site awards they could hand out this year.  A motion was made by PDG Roger and seconded by PDG Greg to award 3 Knights of Site award this year at the district convention.  Motion carried.

 

Elections:  PDG Greg presented for Lion Dennis C as a reminder elections and paperwork must be submitted by the end of February for open positions.  The nomination papers are in the C2 manual.  Positions that are open for election are:

1st and 2nd Vice District Governor

Wisconsin Lions Foundation- 3 year director

Host Club for Convention

PDG Roger did remind the cabinet LCI is still deciding if votes can be cast by zoom or another electronic means. 

 

Families in Lions:  Lion Rhae Ellen provided a report for her club and would like to assist with any Lioness Clubs who would be interested in joining Lions.

 

PDG Roger provided a written report and reminded district chairs to contact their state chairman for any updates or questions.

 

Peace Poster:  Lion Judeen provided information for this year's contest.  The theme is, We are all connected.  The kits are available for those who are interested.

 

By Laws: PDG Ron reminded if anyone has any suggestion for by law changes to please contact him.

 

LCIF:  PDG Dennis K provided an update and reminded clubs to continue to donate to LCIF.  Campaign 100 was recently featured in the new Lions Magazine.

 

Lions Pride:  Ten million dollars has been raised and the program will sunset at the state convention.  It was noted, WLF will receive a minimum of $300,000 every year from this fund.

 

Editorial Board:  PDG Bob provided a report in relation to the cost of returned papers due to incomplete address or paper cannot be forwarded.  It is encouraged those members who leave the area for the winter, to contact Wisconsin Lions with your temporary address so the paper could be forwarded to you. 

 

State Curling Tournament:  PDG Greg provided a report on the tournament noting only 12 clubs curled rather than the normal 30 plus clubs but fun was had by all who attended.

 

State Bowling Tournament:  PDG Dennis K provided a report.  They have openings for the tournament and have lots of raffle prizes for the weekends and also have 5 large raffle prizes to be awarded at the end of the tournament. 

 

Vision Screening:  Lion Dennis T. provided updated numbers for vision screening and hope more clubs will soon be able to screen children in schools.  He reminded Prevent Blindness is having virtual trainings.

 

Wisconsin Missions:  PDG Mike took one load of supplies to Pine Ridge Reservation.  He also noted the orphanage we use to support in Mexico is still in need of supplies but only the nuns can cross the border to get supplies and it is still dangerous.  A motion was made by PDG Roger and seconded by PDG Collette to provide $1000 in funding for the orphanage in Mexico. Discussion ensued if we should receive more information to assure the orphanage will actually receive the funds.  An amended motion was made by PDG Roger and seconded by PDG Shirley to table the original motion until the April 2021 meeting to assure an update can be given if the funding will actually make it to the orphanage to be used for their needs. Motion carried. 

 

WLF: PDG Shirley reported on the deer hide collections and thanked the Rhinelander club for the new vendor for deer hides.  WLF raffle will be held again this year with the tickets to be drawn on September 10th at Lions Camp.  Summer camp will be restricted to 100 individuals per week to assure we will have enough staff.  The camp has seen an increase in agencies renting the camp for events.  The Birch Sturm golf outing will be held July 17th.  She provided information and the graph with the new logo and information on where funding goes for WLF.  She reminded the cabinet her position is up for election this year.  

 

Zone Chairs:

Lion Mary stated she has not had meeting since our last meeting

 

Lion Gary:  Their zone will host an officer training and all Lions are welcome to attend.  They will send information.

 

11.  Closing Comments:  Next meeting will be held at our District Convention. 

 

12.  Adjournment:  A motion was made by 1st VDG Judy and seconded by PDG Collette to adjourn.  Motion carried.  Meeting adjourned at 2PM.

 

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