Wednesday, April 25, 2012

While we don't have any pictures...

...there is some news:
Two more members of the Anderson Lions Club were presented with the Melvin Jones Fellowship at the recent Lions District 4-C1 Convention. This brings to nine the number of fellowships held by club members.

The Melvin Jones Fellowship is recognition of a commitment to humanitarian work. It is not an award in the tradition of Lions awards presented for specific accomplishments. Created in 1973, the fellowship is named for the founder of Lions Clubs International, Melvin Jones. The fellowship is the foundation's highest honor and represents humanitarian qualities such as generosity, compassion, and concern for the less fortunate.

Melvin Jones Fellows receive a lapel pin and a personalized wall plaque in honor of their commitment to helping others.

Monday, April 23, 2012

The most recent excitement is over

The photo below is of the fountain at the entrance to the hotel and casino where the District 4-C1 Convention was held.

Unfortunately, none of the Anderson Lions sat still long enough for us to get any pictures. Rumor has it that others may have some and might share.

This photo is from the last morning. It's amazing just how attentive a group can appear on the morning following Life After Dinner.

Monday, April 9, 2012

A great morning at Anderson River Park

Once more the Anderson Lions Club had a glorious time providing a distraction for families on Easter Sunday.

Where's our age group?

Anxiously awaiting the start

Still waiting



Older kids (4 & 5?)

Look at the camera

There were about 500 folks in attendance

Monday, April 2, 2012

On Sunday April 8

Everyone in the community is invited to attend the
Annual Easter Egg Hunt
sponsored by the Anderson Lions Club

This year it will be in the Moose Grove at Anderson River Park 
It starts promptly at 9:00 AM. Please arrive beforehand to avoid disappointment
There are separate hunts for the following age groups"
8 - 9 years old 
6 - 7 years old
4 - 5 years old (a parent may accompany the child)
Toddlers (a parent is allowed to accompany and coach a toddler)