District 2-S4 Texas United States
|Club Address: P.O. Box 1009, Rosenberg, TX 77471 |
This Page address: http://rosenbergtx.lionwap.org
When:First and Third Wednesday 12noon
|Name||Office Tel||Home Tel|
|1st Vice President||281-633-0177|
ROSENBERG LIONS CLUB
Regular Club Meetings
DATE: Oct 1 12 Noon (Board meeting at 11 am)
President: Lion Vickie Tonn
1st VP: Lion Doris Dahse
2nd VP: Lion Eugene Aufdembrink
3rd VP: Lion Roy Adams
Treasurer: Lion Liz Gerstenberger
Secretary: Lion Dennis Dahse
1 Year Director: Lion Marian Wright
1 Year Director: Lion Denise Sherman
2 Year Director: Lion Sandra Croft
2 Year Director: Lion Connie Aufdembrink
Tail Twister: Lion Milton Wright
Lion Tamer: Lion Jerry Clements
Past President: Lion Teresa Bailey
Chairperson Eye Glass Recycling: Lion Sandy Cook
Chairperson LCISD Student Eyeglasses: Lion Dennis Dahse
Chairpersons Lions Camp: Lions Connie and Eugene Aufdembrink
Chairperson Scholarships: Lion Steve Sterling
Program Chairman: Lion Mark Foltz
Song Leader: Lion Milton Wright
Membership Chairman: Lion Dennis Dahse
Eight LCISD 2014 Seniors Received $1000 Scholarships:
George Ranch: Gabiela Hernandez, Lyric Miles
B. F. Terry: Leticia Jimenez, Tamara Makoni
Lamar: Dalton Maxwell, Denielle Hogan
Foster: Ebonoluwa Ogunola, Alyssa Stone
List of Upcoming Meetings and Activities:
Sep 26 - Oct 5: Fort Bend County Fair (Rosenberg Lions assisting with Fort Bend Lions Hamburger Booth
Sep 30: Please turn in your Sep service hours to Lion Dennis Dahse.
Oct 1: Regular Meeting 12 noon Fort Bend Country Club - Speaker Sherry Robinson
Oct 12: Barbeque Fundraiser for Hoof Prints and Heart Beats at the Needville KC Hall (Serving time 10:30 - 1:00 pm)
Oct 15: Regular Meeting 12 noon Fort Bend Country Club with induction of new members. Discuss upcoming cabinet meeting
Nov 5: Regular meeting 12 noon Fort Bend Country Club. Speaker State Representative Phil Stevenson.
Not sure what a LION is....or does?
We are fairly ordinary people, who come from any part of the social structure - can have any type of job (or be retired), and live in a town, city, or the country. We serve humanity without thought to race, creed, nationality, religion or politics.
The motto of every Lions Club is "WE SERVE", and individual Lions Clubs decide just where their priorities lie.
Originating in 1917, Lions Clubs International has become not only the largest, but the most active service club organization in the world with over 1.4 million members in 186 countries.
LIONS ARE people who have decided to give something back to their communities, who are dedicated to finding people in need, and who meet those needs in an efficient but caring way.
LIONS ARE also committed to solving major, worldwide health and social problems, and realize that solutions are possible when every Lions Club does its share.
LIONS ARE people who cherish the friendship and fellowship of their own Club, but who also feel a close kinship with fellow Lions in more than 180 countries and areas throughout the world.
LIONS ARE patriotic, giving allegiance to their country, while recognizing that all people must one day learn to live in peace.
LIONS ARE dedicated to maintaining the highest ethical and moral standards in their Club - and in their personal lives.
LIONS ARE serious about their commitment to humanitarian service, but do not mind having a little fun along the way.
LIONS ARE .... people just like YOU. You can make a difference in your community and the world.
Please consider joining us and help in our good works.
Page created at 2001-08-10 and Last updated at 2014-09-29.