MONTHLY PROJECTSOF AND ACTIVITIES THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION LIONS CLUBS SUB-DISTRICT60B MONTHLY PR OJECTS & ACTIVITIES REPORT
LIONS CLUB OF MONA February 2010
Building on the Past, Preparing for the Future, As “WE SERVE”.
THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LIONS CLUBS SUB-DISTRICT60B MONTHLY PR OJECTS & ACTIVITIES REPORT
2009â€”2010 Projects and Activities Date Completed: March 8 , 2010
Club: Kingston Mona
No. of Projects (Year to Date8 38
Address: P.O. Box 166, Kingston 7
Value of Projects (Year to Date): U $40,188. 00
No. of Persons Impacted (Year to Date): 300,990 No. of Man Hours (Year to Date): 103
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Funds Raised (Year to Date): US$ 1102.00
Average Attendance to Date: 72..5%
Projects & Activities Health Services And Geriatrics
No. Of Projects 2
Value (US$) 507
Total Membership: 38 (Including 1 Associate member) Average Attendance : 75%%
No. of Persons Impacted 33
Man Hours 15
Remarks Please see page 3 for details
Sight conservation, Health talks,checks
Please see page 5 for details
Please see page 4 for details
Membership Info/Technology & Public Relations
Please see pages 3 & 4 for details Please see page 5 for details
Leo & Youth
Please see pages 4 &5 for details
Disaster Prepared -ness & Safety Sustainable Signature Projects
Please see page 5 for details
Please see page 5 for details
Please see page 3 for details
Leadership & Succ.. Planning
Secretary: Evadney Crooks NB. Items in parenthesis ( )denote activities in the subject areas
President ... Milton
PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIESUS $1.00 = JA$82.00 February 1-28
PROJECTS Senior Citizens
This elderly indigent continues to be fed a meal each day. He is always grateful for the provision of his daily meal, provided by a caring Lion. His usual response has always been God Bless you. Value of Project JA$16,000.00
Health Services/Community Direct Lion Milton and the Health Service Chairman visited the Shut-ins in Elletson Flats. Food packages and toiletries were delivered to eight persons
The seniors at the Bedward and the George Abraham Homes for the elderly were also treated to grocery and care packages. The usual appreciation was extended to the Lions Participating in the delivery of the packages were Lion President, Lions Josephine and Myrna. Value of Project :JA$41,600.00
Membership/Pre-Valentine Party This was designed to be an Administrative Fundraiser and to generate fun for Lions and their families. It was indeed a fun-filled evening with grab bags with a variety of fruits and vegetables – some unknown to the Lions present! Then there was the poetry competition and a well laid out ‘Valentine Table’ with red hearts, cups and ribbons. The evening could not end without the Lion President and his troupe’ playing a game of dominoes. One member wrote in appreciation “It was a Blast!!” The Administrative account is now $18,000.00 richer! (Previous fundraising activity earned to date JS$49,000/US$597.56)
ACTIVITIES February 5,8,11,18
Membership - (Health and wellness fair committee) Members of this committee have been meeting regularly to plan for the Health expo planned for April 6. Members and guests attending and participate are Lion President, Lions Valerie, Barry, Evadney, Anthony, past Lion Sandra Clunie, Dr Singh, President of the Senior Common Room and professor Reid of the University of the West Indies. Membership (Region Meeting) The Lion President and eight Lions attended the Region Meeting held at the Excelsior Community College. Members were very accepting of the presentation done by members of Pan Caribbean Bank.
Membership Region Chairman’s audit and Club’s Social Lions Present at the audit were Lion President and ten Lions. AT the end of the audit there was a brief period of discussion on attendance administrative efficiency and budgetary management.
February 12 Photos of the evening
The’ Valentine Table’
Lion President very focused as he calls out the Bingo numbers.
Membership (admin fundraiser) This was designed to be an Administrative Fundraiser and to generate fun for Lions and their families. It was indeed a fun-filled evening with grab bag arranged by the IPP Lion Cynthia created a lot of excitement, with a variety of fruits and vegetables – some unknown to the Lions present! Then there was the poetry competition and a well laid out ‘Valentine Table’ with red hearts, cups and ribbons. The evening could not end without the Lion President and his ‘troupe’ playing a game of dominoes. One member wrote in appreciation “It was a Blast!!” Everyone had an enjoyable evening. The raffle seen in the picture was won by Lion Barry’s guest. Attending were Lions from Spanish Town, Downtown Kingston, Mona Lions - President Milton, Lions Barry, Evadney, Bushay and partner, Valerie and partner, Dave and Denise The Administrative account is now $18,000.00 richer! Lion President , Milton, the Zone Chairperson and Lion Marva pose with their Valentine gifts. Region Chairman giving support to Zone Chairperson, Camile
Lion Milton, President Lion Secretary and acting membership director Lion Denise shared with the St Andrew Central Lions in their social at Golden Spring. It was a cool day with lots of fun ,frolic and food.
Sight Conservation/ working with the Blind SiLion President was appointed to a Committee “National Digital Library ser vice for the Blind (NDLSB)” and attended his first meeting at the National Library of Jamaica, East Street
Lions Participated in a seminar ”Safety and Emergency management to persons with Disability”. The Presentation was conducted by “Safety and Emergency Management Ltd.. The seminar focused on how persons with disability can and should manage during earthquakes and other disasters. Attending were Lion President, Secretary and Lion Valerie chairman of the Resource Center.
Lion President Milton participated in a Planning Meeting for White Cane Month at the YMCA, 21 Hope Road. Present were representatives from Lions Clubs of Kingston, New Kingston, St Andrew, St. Andrew Central and Mona
Li Lions Club of Mona shared in the worship service to mark the start of White C Cane Month at The Andrews Seventh Day Adventist Church at 11:00a.m At t tending were – Lion President Milton, Lions Evadney, Dave, Josephine and eit Archer. Lions Clubs were recognized as belonging to an International O Organization and Lions were congratulated for the service they prprovided. The insert shows some of the Lions who attended the service.
Membership Community Direct Lion President Milton and one guest Lady Lion Valerie Bucknor attended the University of the West Indies “Homecoming Celebrations Dinner in honour of Dr Patricia Patrice Martin- Deleon at the Mona Visitors Lodge and Conference Center
Youth services - Drug Abuse /Health Service The Lion President participated as a Resource Person at a students’ forum on Tobacco Cessation and presented a paper on “Smoking …all that glitters” Fifty persons – students, teachers and guidance counselors were in attendance. A very useful discussion followed the presentation
Youth Services MEMBERSHIP Two students from the Excelsior STATUS Community College were assigned to the Resource Center during their work experience – Community Service. The students are in Total Membership: 38 the Club in clerical duties as well as assisting the Computer studies and will assist sight impaired students in the Resource Center. Active Their first task was to establish24Yahoo Messenger on the President’s Laptop in Affiliate: preparation for the Third On-Line 9 Cabinet meeting held Sunday February 28.Their next At Large task was to set up the Club’s “Facebook” 3 account and had it up and functioning. Associate: 1 Honorary: 1 Information Technology The two students from the Excelsior Community College who are in their second year in Computer studies have been a blessing in this area of Information Technology. Already during their first few days were able to set up “Facebook” account and arrange Yahoo Messenger for the On-line 3 rd Cabinet meeting. E-mails and text messaging continue.
February 1-28 Environment The period saw two major activities –planting Phase 3 of an additional 10
hectares, (bringing total to approximately 33.5 hectares and maintaining 23.52 hectares from Phase 1& 2.. The Rural Agricultural Development Agency (RADA) was to assist with the public education component of the project and to help in the design of the training material. This activity is rescheduled for March 2010.
Evadney Crooks, MJF Secretary
Milton Pinnnock, MJF,PDG President
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