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PLAN NOW TO ATTEND APRIL 21-22 DIST. CONVENTION
Rooms are blocked at the following Snyder hotels. (Click on hotel name)
Baymont Inn and Suites (325) 573-3700
Hampton Inn and Suites (325) 573-0376
Holiday Inn Express (325) 515-7555
Club officers: Watch your mail for an information packet about the April 21-22 District 2-T2 Lions Convention!
SNYDER LION WINS ENVIRONMENTAL PHOTO CONTEST
Lion Rad Eicke of the Snyder Lions Club was the winner of the MD-2 Texas Lions' Environmental Photo Contest. Lion Eicke's photo took the Best of Show honors and he received a 2017 Lions Club International Calendar that included winning images from the 2016 international competition. "We are proud that Lion Eicke's photo is representing Texas in the international competition. We also appreciate his volunteer work with the Snyder Lions Club," said MD-2 Council Chairman Ernesto (T.J.) Tijerina of San Antonio.
WHAT DO LIONS DO? WE SERVE!
Check out the latest numbers from the LCI Centennial Service Challenge!
LIONS CLUB COMMEMORATIVE COIN MINTED
To celebrate our Association's 100th anniversary, the United States Mint has produced a limited edition silver dollar coin. The coin, featuring founder Melvin Jones, will only be mined during 2017
Visit lionsclubs.org/coin for more information!
LAMESA CENTENNIAL LIONS CLUB ORGANIZED
A final organizational meeting was held January 16 for the new Lamesa Centennial Lions Club.
The club has the distinction of being a Centennial Charter Club, formed during the 100th anniversary of Lions Clubs International.
At present, there are 33 charter members with prospects for more before the charter period closes.
Lion Allean Jasmine-Maloy is the Charter President; Dale Alwan is the Charter Vice-President; Claudia Morales is the Charter Secretary; and Matt Lara is the Charter Treasurer.
The new club will meet the 2nd and 4th Thursdays at Noon. Their February 9 meeting will be held at the Lamesa Boys and Girls Club.
Lamesa previously had both a Noon Club and an Evening Club but they eventually disbanded.
Congratulations to all who worked to form this new club!
JANUARY 2017 ISSUE - THE WINDMILL
INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT'S PROGRAM
Learn more about Lions Clubs International President Bob Corlew's 2016-2017 theme, "New Mountains to Climb."
Sunday, February 26, 2017
DID YOU KNOW??
The roots of District 2-T2 began in 1922
when a Lions Club was formed in Snyder, TX. It failed to go -- but on
August 28, 1924, the "granddaddy" of all our clubs was chartered. At
that time, it was the 51st Lions Club in Texas and the 761st club
organized in the world. At that time, there were only 39,943 members in
the U.S. and Canada (Source:
1977 -78 District 2-T2 Windmill newsletter).
The roots of District 2-T2 began in 1922 when a Lions Club was formed in Snyder, TX. It failed to go -- but on August 28, 1924, the "granddaddy" of all our clubs was chartered. At that time, it was the 51st Lions Club in Texas and the 761st club organized in the world. At that time, there were only 39,943 members in the U.S. and Canada (Source: 1977 -78 District 2-T2 Windmill newsletter).
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