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2 011 MD 19 F - 5 District web page: www.lions19f.org Club web page: http://lewistonlionsclubid.lionwap.org/ 20112011-2012 Officers President

Lion Jean Long 1st Vice President

Lion William Long 2nd Vice President Lion Wayne Agee Secretary

Lion Tom Martin Treasurer

Lion Tim Rivers Tail Twisters

Lion Jeanne Laws Lion Jerry Kriegel Lion Tamer

Lion Fred Schmidt Newsletter Editor Lion Tom Martin

MEETING DATES

July 12 July 19, 2011 BOARD MEETING And CLUBHOUSE CLEANING / PREP NIGHT

6 PM NO DINNER

Parking Events for June Moto Cross parking was the first parking event this month. Was a slow event and with the parking committee’s pre planning, everything went perfect. The following members helped with parking: Lion Bob Beaubier, Lion Jean Long, Lion William Long, Lion Dennis Opdahl, Lion Bill Galano, Lion Lynn Reddekopp, Lion Vern Uptmor, Lion Jim Luper, Lion Tom Martin, Lion Al Regan. Two non members also helped, Barbara Reddekopp and Lion Al’s son, Austin. Demo Derby was finally held after being canceled last May.. Turn out was great for both the attendance and the volunteers who helped park. The following Lions helped park: Lion Bob Beaubier, Lion Jean Long, Lion William Long, Lion Dennis Opdahl, Lion Lynn Reddekopp, Lion Vern Uptmor, Lion Jeanne Laws, Lion Jim Luper, Lion Tom Martin, Lion Terry O’Halloran, Lion Jerry Kriegel & Lion Al Regan. Two non members also helped, Barbara Reddekopp and Lion Al’s son, Austin.

INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS 2011-2012 See pictures and story on page 2

ALIVE AFTER 5 Story and photos on page 3

CONTENTS: Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 7 Page 8

Club Notes & Newsletter Contributors Local News Zone & International news Humor Calendar of Events Mailing page

2011 LIONS INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION LIONS PARADE SEATTLE WASHINGTON, USA

SEE YOU IN SEATTLE!!

International Convention See Story on page 4

PARKING THIS MONTH SEE PAGE 4

CLUB MEMBERS ARE INVITED TO AN OPEN HOUSE TO HELP CELEBRATE LION BOB BEAUBIER’S & HELEN’S “70th ANNIVERSARY” Friday, July 15th 2:00 pm until 5:00 pm At the Lewiston Lions Clubhouse 1205 8th Ave Hosted by Jacquie Shore, Diane Shore, & Pamela Castelin For more information please call: Leslie Schrette at (208) 798-4877 or Debbie Zenner at (208) 816-0495

No Gifts Please Cards acceptable

NOTE: Lion Bob’s and Helen’s actual anniversary is in November but as his daughters live back east, they are celebrating it now, while all of them are in the Lewiston area.


July 2011 Page 2

INDUCTION OF OFFICERS CLUB MEETING 6-14

NEWSLETTER SUPPORTERS Please recognize the following Lions, who have contributed to help in the mailing and printing of the Lewiston Lions Club Newsletter FOR 20102011. Contributors Lion Jeanne Laws Lion William Long Lion Jean Long Lion Jack Herndon Lion Dennis Opdahl Lion Tom Martin Lion Jan Martin Lion Jerry Kriegel

Great gathering of Lions at the Lewiston Lions Club House on Tuesday, 6-14. A fine dinner was served by Way Back Cafe. The meeting was brought to order by President, Lion Linda O’Dowd. Pledge led by PDG Lion Jim Baylor and invocation given by Lion Vern Uptmor . 50/50 drawing was held and Lion Dave Beuke won the chance to draw the Ace of Spades. The Ace of Spades was not drawn. There are now only 15 cards left. PDG Bob Beaubier at the podium to swear in the incoming officers for 20112014.

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Shown above is the outgoing president, Lion Linda O’Dowd, the incoming secretary Lion Tom Martin and the outgoing secretary/incoming president Lion Jean Long. To the right are the two Lions who will be sharing the job of Tail Twister this upcoming year, Lion Jerry Kriegel and Lion Jeanne Laws To the left and below are the recipients of the “Presidents Appre-

Lion Linda O’Dowd Club President PDG Lion Paul Kauzlarich MD19 Leadership & Training

Lion Allan Hunt Past Council Chairman Lion Fred Schmidt Schmidt’s Golf Car Lion Al Reagan Farmers Insurance PDG Lion Jim Luper Lion ZC Bob Van Pelt TIME TO DONATE FOR THE NEWSLETTER FOR NEXT YEAR SEE PAGE 3

Directors shown are Lion Dennis Opdahl, PDG Lion Jim Luper, Lion Lynn Reddekopp and Lion Terry O’Halloran. PDG Lion Bob Beaubier is also one of the directors. Not shown is Lion Marcia Arnold who was unable to attend .

Below is out-going president Lion Linda O’Dowd presenting incoming president The new officers sworn in by PDG Lion Bob Lion Jean Long with her presidents pin Beaubier are as follows. President; 1st Vice President; 2nd Vice President; Secretary; Treasurer; Tail Twisters;

2011-2012 Lion Tom Martin PDG Lion Paul Kauzlarich

Tentative parking schedule for 2011 JULY 16th

Mud Bog

Rain out date 23rd

AUGUST 13th

Demo Derby

Rain out date 20th

SEPTEMBER OCTOBER 1st

ciation Award” L ion W illia m Long and Lion Dennis Opdahl. To the right is Lion Tom Martin receiving recognition for his achievements with the club newsletter.

8th - 11th Moto Cross

Roundup Rain out date 8th

Lion Tamer; Past President

Lion Jean Long Lion William Long Lion Wayne Agee Lion Tom Martin Lion Tim Rivers Lion Jeanne Laws Lion Jerry Kriegel Lion Fred Schmidt Lion Linda O’Dowd

1st Year Directors:

Lion Lynn Reddekopp Lion Bob Beaubier Lion Dennis Opdahl

2nd Year Directors;

Lion Terry O’Halloran Lion Jim Luper Lion Marcia Arnold


Mark Your Calendar & Don’t Forget July 2011 Page 3

ALIVE AFTER 5…. JUNE 15th Great turnout. The photo on the left show our booth with Lion Jean Long, Lion William Long and Lion Jeanne Laws. Lion Tom Martin is not shown as he was the one taking pictures.

The little girl on the above was very determined to put one of the bean bags through one of the holes to get a piece of candy. After several tries, she succeeded, but she had to look through the hole, just to make sure. Blue balloons with the Lions International Logo were filled with helium and handed out to the kids who wanted one. The little girls on the left wanted & received one of the blue Lions Club balloons. Kids of all ages tried their hand at tossing a bean bag through a hole to get a free piece of candy. If you think it is easy, come to the next Alive After 5 and give it a try. It’s harder than you think. Children lining up for a try at the bean bag toss, being assisted by Lion Jeanne for free candy. All of the kids who tried actually got a piece of candy.

AN INVITE FROM THE CLARKSTON LIONS CLUB I would like to invite the Lions from both Lewiston & Asotin and any other Lions to attend our club meeting on Wednesday August 17th as we will have an honored guest from Japan. Lion Barry & Linn Pemberton are going to be a host for an exchange student from Japan this year. She will be staying with them from Aug 13th through Aug. They will be inviting her to attend our Lions Club meeting on August 17th. They have been working with Lion Marie Vogel and the Lions Student Exchange Program to be able to host this young lady. If your club has members that would like to attend the meeting and meet this young lady, please let me know how many when the time grows close. In Lionism Lion Carol Hanson, Secretary Clarkston Lions Club

CONDOLENCES & PRAYERS TO LION WAYNE AGEE & FAMILY Lion Wayne’s son, Aiden Wayne Agee, passed away June 17th. For those of us who knew Lion Wayne, we saw the concern and love in his eyes whenever he talked about his son, Aiden. He will be missed by family and friends whose lives he touched in his short time on this earth. There was a service in Lewiston on Thursday, June 23, followed by a grave side service just outside Gifford. Also on Saturday, there was a celebration of life for Aiden an the Nez Perce County Fairgrounds for family & friends.

NEW MD19F PATCH FOR CLUB BANNER A new patch for our club banner was received and will be given to Lion Jean Long to sew on our club banner. Our club has not had a patch such as this before so it will be a welcome addition to our club banner. Our thanks to Lion Tom Martin for his achievement at MD19F, making this patch possible for the Lewiston Lions Club.

Have something to share? Contact editor Lion Tom Martin. res (509) 751- 8608 cell (509) 769-7439

or .greenbeard@turbonet.com . Only Irish coffee provides in a single glass all four essential food groups: Alcohol, caffeine, sugar & fat


MUD BOG PARKING SAT. JULY 16th July 2011 Page 4

Saturday, July 16th is our next parking date at the rodeo grounds. The last event started at 6, gates opening at 4 and folks started showing up between 4 and 4:30. A god time for volunteers to show up is between 4 and 4:30.

2011 LIONS INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION Seattle, here we come. There will be three members of the Lewiston Lions Club attending this years International Convention. They are Past President Lion Linda O’Dowd, PDG Lion Jim Luper and Lion Tom Martin. Lion Tom is taking his camcorder and hopefully the club will get a report with moving pictures (we are modernized now) to show some of what went on at Convention.

CLUB TRAILER REPORT

CONVENTION TIME

YESTERDAY TODAY

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JULY 2010

FROM THE BORDER CROSSING The editor will also give a report in the next couple of newsletters plus hopefully get articles from the other two attending.

ZONE CHAIRMAN BANNER PASSED Zone Chairman, Lion Bob Van Pelt passed the Zone Chairman’s banner to Incoming Zone Chairman Marie Vogel on Saturday, June 11th at Troy. Lion Marie has held several positions in the Lions organization including Past District Governor, Past Zone Chairman, not counting the offices she has held in her local club. As Zone Chairman she will be visiting each of the clubs in zone 5 at least twice

I’m sure that most of you are wondering how the club trailer is coming along. Well, not that the weather is better and it is not raining 4 or 5 days out of 7, Lion Tom is finally able to start work on the trailer. The main reason Lion Tom had to wait for the weather is that the inside of the trailer is 6 foot tall and would not go into his garage with out major remodeling to the garage. Anyway, the floor is finished and now he is working on the roof. There will be a down time while he attends the International Convention in Seattle, but Lion Tom will get back to work as soon as he returns.

NEWSLETTER / BULLETIN DONATIONS DUE The time has once again come to pony up with your donations for the upcoming year to help with paper cost, printing and mailing. Donations can be given to Lion Tom Martin directly when you see him or you can mail them to him. If you send a check, please make it out to the Lewiston Lions Club and mail it to: Tom Martin 42111th St. Clarkston, WA 99403 Remember, suggested donations are: $10.00 for name recognition $15.00 Family name recognition Married Couples both names $20.00 Business Card & name Lion Tom will be soliciting at all of the upcoming parking events and at International.

DON’T FORGET Asotins Lions Club Pancake Feed First Saturday of every month The hours are 6:30 to 9:30 AM


UPDATE ON MY BACK An update to all those who have been asking how my back is doing: July 2011 Page 5

Dr. started me on rehab exercise program. I am walking with a neighbor every day. I never knew walking with someone else was such an incentive.

THE CANNIBAL

We don't talk much during the walk though. My neighbor walks about 10 feet ahead of me.

A cannibal was walking through the jungle and came upon a restaurant operated by a fellow cannibal. Feeling somewhat hungry, he sat down and looked over the menu.... .

+Tourist:

$5.00

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+Broiled Missionary

$10.00

+Fried Explorer

$15.00

I only started this program this week. So far, I have followed her for 10 miles . . . . without even using my cane! I am feeling better each mile and my heart condition, my blood pressure and my back seem to be improving Thanks for your concern.......

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+Baked Democrat or Grilled Republican: $100.00 .

The cannibal called the waiter over and asked, "Why such a high price for the Politicians?" .

The cook replied, "Have you ever tried to clean one? They're so full of shit, it takes all morning."

Psychiatrists vs. Bartenders EVER SINCE I WAS A CHILD, I'VE ALWAYS HAD A FEAR OF SOMEONE UNDER MY BED AT NIGHT. SO I WENT TO A SHRINK AND TOLD HIM 'I've got problems. Every time I go to bed I think there's somebody under it. I'm scared. I think I'm going crazy.' .

'Just put yourself in my hands for one year,' said the shrink. 'Come talk to me three times a week and we should be able to get rid of those fears.' .

'How much do you charge?' 'Eighty dollars per visit,' replied the doctor. 'I'll sleep on it,' I said.

Stimulating sales -----Sense of Freshness.... Last month a new supermarket opened in Topeka , Kansas . It has an automatic water mister to keep the produce fresh. Just before it goes on, you hear the sound of distant thunder and the smell of fresh rain. When you pass the milk cases, you hear cows mooing and you experience the scent of fresh mown hay. In the meat department there is the aroma of charcoalgrilled steaks with onions. When you approach the egg case, you hear hens cluck and cackle, and the air is filled with the pleasing aroma of bacon and eggs frying. The bread department features the tantalizing smell of fresh-baked bread and cookies. Needless to say, I don't buy toilet paper there.

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Six months later the doctor met me on the street. 'Why didn't you come to see me about those fears you were having?' he asked.

REMEMBER THESE?

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'Well, Eighty bucks a visit three times a week for a year is an awful lot of money! A bartender cured me for $10. I was so happy to have saved all that money that I went and bought me a new pickup!' .

'Is that so!' With a bit of an attitude he said, 'and how, may I ask, did a bartender cure you?' .

'He told me to cut the legs off the bed! - Ain't nobody under there now!!!' FORGET THE SHRINKS.. HAVE A DRINK & TALK TO A BARTENDER!

THIS MONTHS WORDS OF WISDOM! Short People rarely see eye-to-eye with others...

A PEACH LOOKS GOOD WITH LOTS OF FUZZ BUT MANS NO PEACH AND NEVER WAS


What’s this, a blank page, can’t have that

HELP WANTED: person or persons to help write stores for our club newsletter. The hours would be at your leisure and the pay is cheap but you would be able to see your stories in print and you would have a sense of accomplishment plus your self esteem would be better. If interested, contact Lion Tom Martin by last week and no later than yesterday (next week is OK too). No experience necessary. Contact info, editor, Lion Tom Martin, res (509) 751-8608, cell (509) 769-7439.


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July 2011 Newsletter